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Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements

EAST AREA IMPROVEMENTS (EAST NEIGHBORHOOD BETWEEN PONCE DE LEON AND DOUGLAS):

The design and permitting process for all elements east of Ponce has been completed. After a long and tedious process, the Civil drawings that were submitted to the Miami Dade county traffic engineering department last year have been finally approved. We have finalized and signed the design-build contract with Superior Landscaping Inc., for the East area improvements and Superior Landscaping is now submitting the completed drawings and documents to the City of Coral Gables for a permit.  Construction can finally start.

Now that the design is finalized and with the contractor on-board, the schedule for the improvements is as follows:

• AREA #1 – East side – permit issuance by City – May 2020, Construction start in June 2020 and to be completed by December 2020
• AREA #2 – South Side  (Santander+ San Sebastian East of Ponce)- Construction start in December 2020, to be completed by May 2021

We are excited to finally be able to start the neighborhood streetscape upgrades in the area and remain committed to getting this project completed within the projected schedule.

WEST AREA IMPROVEMENTS (CATALONIA AV, MALAGA AV., AND SANTANDER AV.) BY LEJEUNE:

The West area remains on-hold as we await the final direction from The City of Coral Gables (that may come after further meetings with the area neighbors).

 

 

Note: All questions pertaining to the scope of this project should be directed to the CITY OF CORAL GABLES, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements

A great deal of effort has been made to push the Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements Project forward since receiving a preliminary “green light” from the City in May of 2018. A detailed survey of the right of way was conducted. Civil, landscape, electrical, and structural drawings have been prepared by our design-build partners and have been presented to the City and County agencies.

WEST AREA IMPROVEMENTS (Catalonia Av, Malaga Av., and Santander Av.) by LeJeune:

Momentum was lost at the beginning of this year when it was brought to the City and our attention that some of the residents of the West area Improvements were not pleased with the proposed improvements. Subsequent meetings were held with the City and a few of the concerned residents to discuss the issues and consider the options. A viable solution to make everyone happy was not found. In order to keep the process moving forward, a decision was made by the City to put the West section of the project on hold indefinitely.

EAST AREA IMPROVEMENTS (East Neighborhood between Ponce de Leon and Douglas):

The design and permitting process for all elements east of Ponce has continued. The Civil drawings were submitted to the Miami Dade county traffic engineering department for a “dry run review” in February of this year. The comments that were made by the County have since been addressed and a revised set of documents will be submitted to the County the week of 10/21/19. Approval by the County is required in order to proceed with the permitting process. The County approval is expected by the end of November. Once the permit is approved by the County, and the City of Coral Gables approves the scope and City permit construction can finally start. If the City approves this by the end of this year, a realistic start date for the construction of the improvements is January/February of 2020 with an estimated duration of 37 weeks.

We are committed to getting this project started and will do everything within our power to implement the vision that the City has for this area of “The City Beautiful”.

Note: All questions pertaining to the scope of this project should be directed to the City of Coral Gables, Public Works Department.

Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements (Final Plan)

On January 24th 2018, Agave Ponce LLC, Dover Kohl & Partners, the City of Coral Gables and the neighbors met at the Police station Meeting Room to go over the final Proposed Streetscape Improvements based on the previous sessions and meetings.

Bellow is the Dover Kohl Presentation as presented, including small revisions/changes based on the final comments from various neighbors who attended the meeting. This presentation is now with the City Of Coral Gables for their final review and approval.

As soon as this is approved by the City, Agave Ponce will start with the works which will begin with site surveying, civil and landscaping construction documents preparation and permitting both with the City and Miami-Dade County.

We will keep you posted!

Click Here to See  the Final Plan for the Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements

Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements

 

Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements

The final Streetscape Improvements Presentation to the Neighborhood has been scheduled for January 24, 2018 at 6:30 PM. It will take place at the meeting room on the basement of the Coral Gables Police Department Building.

The complete address is:

Coral Gables Police Department
2801 Salzedo St #1
Coral Gables, FL 3313

Dover Kohl and Partners will be presenting the final scope of the street, lighting, and landscaping improvements to the neighborhood areas based on the previous meetings held with neighbors, the City of Coral Gables and Agave Ponce, LLC.

Please mark your calendars and plan to attend!

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Off-Site Improvement News

Agave Ponce and the City of Coral Gables are reviewing the plan, schedule and budget for the off-site improvements based on the design provided by Dover Kohl, which will be presented to the neighbors within a month. We will publish any updates as they are received.

Temporary Pedestrian Circulation Plan

Continuing our efforts and commitment to provide safety and security around the project site for the Coral Gables’ community, all work related to improvements to the “Temporary Pedestrian Circulation Plan” have been completed. The scope of this effort included:  sidewalk maintenance and repairs, handicap access ramps and street signs, as well as new and improved site fencing and windscreens.

 

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