Home Depot USA Inc. is planning an expansion on one of its current locations in South Miami Heights, Florida. The expansion will be a 17,250 square foot building and a 3,000 square foot lumber canopy. Right now, the lot is 11.505 acres of land in the Industrial, Light Manufacturing District.
Currently, the parking lot will have one parking spot per 300 square feet. However, after the project’s completion, there will be one parking spot per 250 square feet. Across from the store’s entrance, there are 386 spaces. On the east side of the store, there are 211 available spaces.
According to the pre-application form, the project was proposed by G. Hamilton Williams II, RLA LEED AP on April 13, 2021. On April 29, 2021, a meeting will take place to discuss the specifics of the lot’s development.
The existing Home Depot building is 102,370 square feet. The lot’s total area is 152,062. The garden center is 31,442 square feet. This includes the garden center, compactor, and truck well. It excludes the 3,480 square feet that are used for seasonal purchases (i.e., Christmas trees).
The Home Depot is adjacent to the Ronald Reagan Turnpike and located in Miami-Dade County. The store will remain open as the expansions are made. There is no information regarding when the project will be completed.