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"That area was industrial before the airport existed. Since the rental cars have moved into the MIC and Bertram has left for Merritt Island something needs to go there. That area is also obsolete for new industrial development, the lots are too small and not convenient to the cargo side of the airport. Since billions have already been sunk into the area with the public investment in the MIC and Metrorail, private development needs to take place around the MIC. If someone wants to build residential there, great... if not hotels and offices can go there instead. As far as noise and jet exhaust, Grapeland Heights and Miami Springs are desirable neighborhoods just as close to the runways as Palmer Lake." -anon [There's Potential In That Airport-Adjacent No-Man's Land]

Miami Intermodal Center

3900 NW 25th St, Miami, FL 33142