We need your voice!
The City of Miami owns 18-acres of land in the middle of Allapattah, which is currently being used by several city departments. Mayor Francis Suarez has asked developers for ideas on how to develop this property, known as the GSA lot and located at Northwest 20th Street between 12th and 14th Avenue.
This property is the heart of our community. Whatever happens there will affect Allapattah for decades to come. That’s why we need your opinion on how it should be used!
If you live or work in Allapattah, we’d love for you to take our survey. You can do this online, by clicking on this link. Or, you can email us at info@AllapattahCDC.org to request an in-person survey from one of our team members.
As part of this initiative, survey results will be delivered to our city leaders this summer.The survey is being conducted in partnership with Public Land for Public Good Miami, a 30-member coalition that works to ensure that public land is developed equitably and with a focus on resilience. Its members developed a manifesto of core values for utilizing vacant public land in Miami-Dade County for affordable development. Learn more here.
- The process by which public land is disposed in the City of Miami and Miami Dade County
- The commission of research by Miami Dade County Commissioner Eileen Higgins
- How can the Omni CRA support the development of affordable housing through public land