Traditional Neighborhood District
Green Field
Pedestrian Friendly
Live/Work (Workshop)
Mixed-Use (Shopfront)
Single Family (House)
Multi-family Housing (Rowhouse)
Place Making
Community Greens (Public)
Mixed-Income Housing
Amenities (Civic)
Healthy Place Features

PLACE:            Kendall Square
LOCATION:    Miami, Florida
AREA:              160  Acres (65 Hectares)
PROGRAM:     1,256 residential units in Single Family, Town Homes, Apartments, Mixed-Use and Live/Work Units, plus commercial and office uses up to 154,500 square feet 

SUMMARY:     The first Traditional Neighborhood District (TND) in the South Dade using traditional town planning principles. It includes a variety of housing types, a mixutre of land uses, and an active community green. It is design as a walkable New Urbanism alternative to conventional sprawl. 
  1. Club House
  2. Club House
  3. Mix-Use Building
  4. Club House Plaza
  5. Mix-Use
  6. Entry Public Fountain
  7. Single Family Home
  8. Single Family Home
  9. Single Family
  10. Single Family
  11. Single Family
  12. Public Green and Boulevard
  13. Live/Work
  14. Walk-up Apartments
  15. Typical Street
  16. Mix-Use Building
  17. Public Greens
  18. Typical Street
  19. Entrance Fountain
  20. Kendall Square
  21. Kendall Square
  22. Kendall Square
  23. Kendall Square
  24. Kendall Square