Redevelopment | Revitalization


  1. The term redevelopment generally refers to new construction that occurs within an existing developed area, commonly one that is older and has a land use pattern and related conditions that are in need of some level of improvement. It may be as simple as developing a vacant lot (“infill development”) or it could involve demolition of some or all existing structures that are not suitable for new use(s), or some combination. To date, Miramar’s experience with redevelopment covers a wide range of projects and includes both the private and public sectors, as shown here.

Redevelopment Opportunities

Transit Oriented Corridor (TOC)

A Transit Oriented Corridor (TOC) is generally characterized as a developed environment within a quarter mile of a public transit system, with building characteristics and public amenities that promote the safe movement of pedestrians. The city has designated the State Road 7 corridor as TOC to encourage a future land use pattern that is form-based as an alternative to conventional zoning. This means using physical form (rather than separation of uses) as the organizing principle for development regulations. The desired result is a greater mixed-use development pattern with a sustainable and walkable environment. The TOC regulations can be found in the city’s Land Development Code (LDC).  

Opportunity Zone (OZ)

An Opportunity Zone (OZ) is an economically distressed area of a community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential federal tax treatment. One or more OZ Funds control zone investment as a means of providing new private sector investment that commits at least 90 percent of their capital in qualifying assets in the zone. Each OZ is designated by census tracts and Miramar has two located in its historic area. 

  1. New Construction in Miramar
  2. Commercial
  3. Public

Monarch Town Center

Monarch Town Center

Ft. Lauderdale-based Stiles Takes Flight with 150,000+ Square Foot Monarch Town Center

Located at the northwest corner of Miramar Parkway and Flamingo Road, Monarch Town Center is underway, joining the existing CVS Pharmacy, Speedway gas station, and Monarch Professional Center office buildings. When completed, Monarch Town Center will be anchored by a grocery store with detached parcels to feature additional retail, a dining and entertainment component and a potential bank. Sustainable building practices, lush landscaping, and beautiful aesthetic all add to the enhancements by Stiles Corporation to keep our City of Beauty & Progress on its path to ongoing economic development and success.

“We are very excited to bring to the City of Miramar a grocery-anchored retail center featuring a high-quality mix of local and national shops and dining establishments. The first-rate City staff combined with the site’s highly visible location made Miramar a natural choice for our project.”

Ryan Karlin, President
Stiles Retail Group

Miramar Station

Miramar Station

FCI Residential Corporation Finds a Gem of a Location in Miramar

Construction will soon be underway for Miramar Station, a mixed-use development across from the Kohl’s shopping plaza (Miramar Square) on Miramar Parkway and Flamingo Road. Miramar Station will include 648 multi-family residential units and over 26,000 square feet of proposed commercial development, with already committed tenants that include Aldi and Chick-fil-A.

Miramar is one of the few cities with attractive land tracts still available. That, and their willingness to work diligently with us to make this development happen… it’s been one of the easier transaction agreements I have entered into in years.”

Alejandro Arellano, Senior Development Manager
FCI Residential Corporation

Pinnacle at La Cabaña


Pinnacle Communities to Develop Miramar’s First-ever Affordable Housing Rental Community for Seniors

Pinnacle Communities will develop the City of Miramar’s first-ever, luxury-style senior affordable housing community, Pinnacle at La Cabaña, which will feature 100 one- and two-bedroom apartments, with planned amenities that include a clubhouse with a fitness area, cyber-cafe/game room, fitness area, and outdoor recreation area. Residents will be age 62 years and older and rental rates will be income-restricted, based on area median income.

The opportunity to apply for these highly-competitive, low-income housing tax credits from the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, induced with a loan commitment from the City of Miramar, proves to us we selected the right City as a partner; one who is willing to go the distance with us to provide a much-needed residential solution for its elderly population.

Timothy P. Wheat, Regional Vice President
Pinnacle Communities

Miramar has always been proud to say that we care for our residents from “rocking chair to rocking chair.” From birth to their elder years, we want our residents to know that we are here for them, and we hear them.

Anita Taylor, Director of Economic and Business Development
City of Miramar

Related Group’s Block 2 Town Center

Related Group’s Block 2 Town Center

Internationally-Renowned Developer, The Related Group, To Build A Mixed-Use Community in Miramar Town Center

Plans are underway for The Related Group to develop an eight-story, mixed-use building in Miramar Town Center. Featuring 400 rental apartments and 30,000 square feet of retail, the building will include shops and restaurants on the ground floor and a lobby, lounge, and state-of-the-art amenities for the residential tenants.

Planned public amenities will feature a plaza with park benches, and elegant landscaping, and an art sculpture will enhance the exterior’s grounds.

The alignment of our vision in addressing the needs of population growth together, and needs of thriving Fortune 500 companies in Miramar makes it such a positive marriage for all. We’re very excited about this endeavor and look forward to growing together with the City. “

Ron Melendez, Vice President of Development
The Related Group

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