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If location is key, then Midtown is perfectly situated in the middle of it all, with Downtown a few blocks south, wonderful neighborhoods within walking distance, and well-connected transportation. Midtown is also home to Tallahassee landmarks, such as the Los Robles gates to Tallahassee's first suburban neighborhood, the city's first shopping center at Capital Plaza, and of course, Lake Ella, which has been a destination for decades. Recently, local investment had turned the area into a dining and entertainment destination. In addition to the physical characteristics, a strong Midtown merchants Association and several well-organized neighborhood associations have created a solid foundation on which to build.
What's New in 2012?
Past Meeting Documents:
Working Group - Meeting #1 (8.26.10)
FAMU SOA Design Concepts for Thomasville Road
FSU DURP N. Monroe Street Design and Safety Study
Community Meeting (9.28.10)
Working Group - Meeting #2 (10.6.10)
Community Open House (1.24.11)
City Commission Adopts the Midtown Action Plan! (3.30.11)
Midtown Action Plan:
Draft from March 30, 2011
Check these pages for regular updates! If you have questions, comments, or would like to get involved, please contact the Planning Department at 850.891.6400 or email us at: Placemaking.