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30-Acre Wynwood Redevelopment Requires Miami Zoning Approval

Moishe Mana's proposed mega-project for 30 acres in Miami's Wynwood arts district is slowly gaining support from the neighborhood's development watchdog, the Wynwood Business Improvement District.

The BID's board updated the public Tuesday about its discussions with the New York developer's team pursuing the sprawling, multi-phase development that would require an overhaul of regulations in the city's recently established Neighborhood Revitalization District — a much-anticipated victory for property owners aiming to keep high-rises from flooding the area.


Mana's ambitious development requires City Commission approval of a special area plan, a mechanism used for projects of more than 9 acres that permits a developer to mold zoning within existing regulations, said Iris Escarra, a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig who is representing Mana.

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