Miami Herald on the Scott Carver Homes. Suburban development by the government (Miami-Dade County Public Housing and Community Development; McCormack Baron Salazar).
…the $84?million development, which straddles Northwest 22nd Avenue from 75th Street south to the Florida East Coast rail tracks, will be dotted with playgrounds, a community center with a swimming pool, a gym and a computer lounge.
It’s no longer a housing project, but a publicly subsidized, privately built and managed development with scaled rents depending on income.
Let’s banish terms like “urban core” and “inner city”.