Can Miami Develop Now with Less Parking?« Back to Events
- July 23, 2013 8:00 am
- July 23, 2013 9:30 am
- Florida International University – Hollo School of Real Estate
1101 Brickell Ave., Ste. 235N, Miami, FL, 33131, United States
Miami was built and grew up in the age of the automobile. Today, with the dynamic renaissance of residential development in the urban core and the ever increasing access to new alternative modes of transportation – including transit, trolleys, car and bike sharing, and passenger rail service – are last century’s parking needs still relevant?
The panel will address issues of how to best regulate parking in Miami, what factors should be considered, and the role of government and the market in determining parking requirements for new development, redevelopment, and adaptive reuse of existing building stock. Seating is limited, please register today!
Bernardo Fort-Brescia, FAIA, Principal, Arquitectonica
Joseph Furst, Managing Director – Wynwood, Goldman Properties
Harvey Hernandez, Chairman & Managing Director, Newgard
Dr. Ruth L. Steiner, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida
Moderator: Andrew Frey, Development Manager, CC Residential & Executive Director, Townhouse Center
CE Credits 1 hr. of AIA & AICP (Pending Approval)
Brought to you by the Young Leaders of Miami
Parking: Building is located on the East Side of Brickell Ave. Enter the garage from the street with the post office sign. Parking is $11 for two hours. All must park above the 5th floor! Take the garage elevator to the first floor and then enter in the North side of the building where you can see the FIU entrance. Take north tower elevator to the 2nd floor and registration will be located outside of the elevator.