Miami’s Missing Middle

Miami’s housing stock can be characterized generally to encompass single family homes and condos. Between these two options, however, other choices are lacking.

Jennifer Garcia makes the case for increased diversity in Miami’s housing stock. The “middle density” housing types, such as townhouses, row houses and du/triplexes are harder to find in a city known for its condo units and single family homes, but not much else. The benefits of increasing density in single family home neighborhoods affect communities, homeowner budgets and the city as a whole through the redevelopment of vacant plots, for example.

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