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Airport City at Miami International Airport

Miami, FL

Zyscovich Architects is the lead architect and planner proposing 40 acres of new development at Miami International Airport.  The proposed development is in response to Miami-Dade Aviation Department’s request to study the feasibility of such development and propose a revenue generating solution that will benefit the Aviation Department and Miami-Dade County.  


Our team has proposed a private/public partnership directly with the Aviation Department that will allow for the maximum financial return to the department and the county, minimizing development fees, while focusing on an extraordinary passenger experience.  


The development comprising this new “Airport City” includes a new four and a half star, 400-room hotel, with an active retail complex and a conference center, a 25-acre office development with a new MIC-MIA Station that will be the development’s hub of passenger traffic and retail, and a service plaza with a gas/service station and convenience retail. All these will be preceded by a relocation and consolidation plan for the airport’s maintenance facilities, service yard and administrative offices to an annexed parcel west of the airport. These elements, together with the existing airport terminal and the new public transit extension into the airport, culminate to create our vision of a landmark urban center for Miami-Dade County.

 

Zyscovich Architects is the lead architect and planner proposing 40 acres of new development at Miami International Airport.  The proposed development is in response to Miami-Dade Aviation Department’s request to study the feasibility of such development and propose a revenue generating solution that will benefit the Aviation Department and Miami-Dade County.  


Our team has proposed a private/public partnership directly with the Aviation Department that will allow for the maximum financial return to the department and the county, minimizing development fees, while focusing on an extraordinary passenger experience.  


The development comprising this new “Airport City” includes a new four and a half star, 400-room hotel, with an active retail complex and a conference center, a 25-acre office development with a new MIC-MIA Station that will be the development’s hub of passenger traffic and retail, and a service plaza with a gas/service station and convenience retail. All these will be preceded by a relocation and consolidation plan for the airport’s maintenance facilities, service yard and administrative offices to an annexed parcel west of the airport. These elements, together with the existing airport terminal and the new public transit extension into the airport, culminate to create our vision of a landmark urban center for Miami-Dade County.