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Will Wynwood have its own Brightline train station?

By
Cashflow In Miami
on
February 1, 2021

Northeast 27th Street between North Miami Avenue and Northeast Second Avenue, Wynwood.

A binding deal between Miami-Dade and Brightline for a Miami-to-Aventura commuter rail line isn’t signed, but details of the project – including plans for a station in Wynwood – are coming into focus.  

By 2040 this Wynwood-Edgewater-Midtown area will have the largest population in the county  

Much of the estimated $2 million it would cost to build the station would come from private dollars collected through the Wynwood BID, comprised of some 200 property owners whose tax-assessed contributions generate about $1 million yearly for 50 neighborhood blocks.

Parameters commissioners set for a future agreement include a one-time $50 million payment to Brightline and $12 million in annual payments for the first 30 years of a potential 90-year contract.

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