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.
Each year, the Wynwood BID must have the budget approved by the City of Miami commission. Below are the approved budgets. The BID’s fiscal year runs from October 1 through September 30.
CRE Market Report
The BID tapped respected real estate research firm Integra Realty Resources (IRR) to take the first-ever deep-dive look at the fundamentals of Wynwood’s real estate landscape. The resulting study shows a robust market that is – and will continue to be – shaped by new office and residential projects.
NW 3rd Avenue Woonerf
The Wynwood BID is currently working with the City of Miami and Local Office Landscape & Urban Design to develop a woonerf —a Dutch term for a pedestrian-primary shared street— for NW 3rd Avenue in Wynwood. Below are presentations from the public meetings.
Streetscape + Street Tree Master Plan
The Wynwood BID is currently working with the City of Miami and Arquitectonica GEO to develop a streetscape master plan for Wynwood. Arquitectonica GEO is tasked with developing a design concept to create more pedestrian-friendly streets and sidewalks, including crosswalks, tree canopy/shade and wayfinding. Below are presentations from the public meetings.
November 21, 2019 – Draft Guidelines
September 20, 2019 – 1st Place Woonerf
September 20, 2019 – 1st Ave Woonerf
April 10, 2019 – Progress Update
February 20, 2019 – Progress Update
December 11, 2018 – Idea Sharing
September 11, 2018 – Public Engagement
Tri-Rail Station Siting Study
The Wynwood BID prides itself on implementing forward-thinking urban planning concepts in the growing, arts-focused district it represents – that includes finding smart transit solutions to alleviate Miami’s growing traffic challenges. To that end, the Wynwood BID commissioned a study by respected urban planner Cesar Garcia-Pons to determine if Wynwood – and the adjacent Edgewater and Midtown neighborhoods – would be capable of supporting a commuter rail station along the existing FEC rail lines that run through the neighborhood.