Landing, North Miami Facts & Figures
Landing is located in North Miami. Below are the facts
and figures on this dynamic city:
North Miami is just 20 minutes from Fort Lauderdale
Airport, Miami Airport, the Port of Miami and Downtown
North Miami is near to the communities of Miami Shores,
Biscayne Park, Surfside, Bay Harbour, Bal Harbour,
Sunny Isles Beach, Aventura and North Miami Beach.
This is a sizeable market area with an estimated 150,000
households with average incomes ranging from $25,000
to over $65,000.
Miami is the fifth largest city in Miami-Dade County
and the 38th largest in all of Florida.
It has more than 60,000 residents.
Its population grew by 1.8% annually between 1990
and 2000, reflecting one of the highest rates of
population growth in the county. This rate of growth
is expected to increase through the next decade
with major residential developments like Biscayne
Landing currently under construction.
According to the 2000 Census, approximately 30%
of North Miami's residents are 18 years old or younger.
North Miami has approximately 2,500 businesses.
Major employers include:
o 50 State Security
o Florida International University
o Villa Maria Health Care
o Publix Super Markets
o Johnson & Wales University
o World Emblem
o Comtel, Inc./PBS Channel 2
o Farrey's Wholesale Hardware
o Genesis Health Care
o A.E.S.P., Inc.
o Techno Coatings, Inc.
o Jewish Community Service
o TKO Apparel, Inc.
Development of high-rise condos and individual townhomes
at Biscayne Landing
Expansion of the North Miami Public Library located
at 835 NE 132nd Street
Construction of an Olympic Sports Training facility
Building of a new Municipal Charter School on NE
151st Street, off of Biscayne Boulevard
Expansion efforts by Johnson & Wales University
including construction of commercial, institutional
and residential developments
Park Housing Development - 71 townhouses to be developed
on city-owned property on the corner of NE 137th
Street and NE 5th Avenue
of affordable housing throughout the city via new
construction and rehabilitation of existing housing
of Lotus Plaza, a 12,000 square foot retail development
along Biscayne Boulevard
Redevelopment of the existing Publix Supermarket
at 12855 NE 6th Avenue
Florida International University, Biscayne Bay Campus
Johnson & Wales University
Five elementary schools
Two middle schools
One senior high school
Joan Lehman Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
3 tennis courts
6 community centers
The Aventura Mall - 2.4 million sq. ft. retail space,
over 200 stores
North Miami Public Library
For more information about Biscayne Landing or
to arrange a visit to the site, please contact Maria
Lopez at info@BiscayneLandingMiami.com
or call (305) 944-3090.