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All Aboard Florida preparing major development around Fort Lauderdale station
In Fort Lauderdale, AAF is working with the city to craft a development plan for the 10 acres around the station - 8.2 acres of which is owned by AAF or governments. The site is at the intersection of Northwest 3rd Avenue and Northwest 1st Street. Reininger said the area could eventually have 2 million square feet of transit-oriented development.
“It creates real estate uses that have the advantage of the connectivity that comes with having transit integrated into this neighborhood,” Reininger said.
In addition to AAF, that section of Fort Lauderdale will have service from the coming Wave Streetcar and an existing county bus station. Reininger is floating the idea of swapping sites between the bus station and an AAF-owned parcel a block to the north to move the commercial development closer to the rail station. That would allow for a bridge across Northwest 2nd Avenue and the tracks from the building to the station.