In 2018, Miami passed a mandatory inclusionary zoning (IZ) ordinance that requires the inclusion of affordable housing in the Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) district, a 30-block area north of downtown Miami. Miami currently ranks lowest in the availability of affordable rental units among cities in the nation. Meanwhile, low-income communities in the city’s inland neighborhoods that are historically black and Latinx now face development pressures from wealthier residents seeking to relocate from the city’s low-lying coastal neighborhoods to the city’s inland neighborhoods. Miami’s IZ ordinance, the first of its kind in Miami-Dade County, requires rental developments in the Omni CRA district to set aside a minimum of 7% affordable units or 14% workforce housing units. Similarly, condo developments are required to include at least 5% affordable units and 10% workforce units. In return, developers would be permitted to increase the square footage of their projects.