Programs + Services

The Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) works to help the neighborhood achieve its full potential as a vibrant community for all that is centered on creativity, innovation and art. As it continues to lead Wynwood’s renaissance the BID has orchestrated and spearheaded numerous projects and initiatives for the betterment of the area today and tomorrow.

Wynwood BID Map


Neighborhood Revitalization District Plan (NRD)

The Wynwood BID led an effort, in partnership with the City of Miami Planning Department and PlusUrbia, to create the City of Miami’s first Neighborhood Revitalization District plan. The NRD Plan sets forth new zoning regulations for Wynwood that encourages new, mixed-use residential and office developments, creates dedicated funding for neighborhood improvements, promotes pedestrian-focused streets and preserves the area’s unique artistic and industrial character. The plan has received national accolades from the American Planners Association, because of its forward-thinking nature; involvement of property owners who took the initiative to plan for the future of the neighborhood responsibly; and many smart development components.

NRD-1 Regulations
NRD-1 Former Zoning
NRD-1 Current Zoning
NRD-1 Former Future Land Use Map
NRD-1 Current Future Land Use Map

Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) Expansion

In response to requests from numerous property owners outside of the Wynwood BID boundaries wishing to receive BID services, there is an effort to revise the current BID map. If approved by property owners, the new boundaries will include current BID members and add others that are within the Wynwood Arts District, but were left out when the BID was first created. The expansion does not affect the rate at which current Wynwood BID property owners are assessed. It simply allows for the inclusion of commercial properties not currently within the boundaries of the Wynwood BID. The proposed expansion can only go into effect with the approval by a majority of affected property owners.

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The Clean Street Team

The BID Clean Street Team: To maintain cleanliness and sanitation throughout the Arts District, the Wynwood BID created The Clean Street Team. Comprised of seven members, the Team works to sweep and remove trash and gum from sidewalks and public areas on a daily basis. It also provides information and maps to the thousands of visitors who come to Wynwood each month, serving as ambassadors for the neighborhood.

Safety and Security Services: Off-duty Miami Police Department officers are routinely hired by the BID to patrol the area and provide additional coverage. This is a result of the BID’s continued partnership with the City of Miami Police Department and has yielded additional patrol and faster response times in the case of an emergency.

Shared Bike Stations: In an effort to enhance transportation and pedestrian experience in Wynwood, we have worked with the City of Miami and Citi Bike to facilitate the installation of shared bike stations. Four shared bike stations can be found throughout the neighborhood, for rent, at the following locations:

  • NW 2nd Avenue & 24th Street
  • NW 3rd Avenue & 27th Terrace
  • 26th Street & NW 2nd Avenue
  • NE 27th Street & N. Miami Avenue

Marketing & Communications:

To raise Wynwood’s profile among potential visitors and investors, the BID has implemented a robust marketing and media relations plan that puts the neighborhood’s unique businesses front and center. As part of this plan, the BID has created materials including branded signage to visually define the neighborhood and official guidebooks that help visitors easily locate and navigate the area. We also work to keep visitors and BID members up-to-date with Wynwood happenings through this website and send regular e-mail updates on relevant topics. Finally, the BID partners with area businesses to sponsor special events, bringing guests and locals to the neighborhood.

Annual Report

Every year the Wynwood Business Improvement District releases a comprehensive report for the preceding year. This gives the district’s property owners, businesses and visitors as well as elected officials information about the BID’s overall performance, activities and achievements.  Access the report below.

2016 Wynwood BID Annual Report