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Miami Beach City Commission OKs $15M Ocean Terrace Project

What is today an asphalt street in Miami Beach will be converted into a pedestrian-focused green space with native trees that will provide shade, walking promenades, water features and public seating.

MIAMI BEACH, FLA. — The Miami Beach City Commission has approved a two-block development of its Ocean Terrace Streetscape Plan. The City entered a private-public partnership with Ocean Terrace Holdings LLC, which will be responsible for the design, construction and full execution of the five-acre public space. The redevelopment will take four years or fewer to complete and cost $15 million. What is today an asphalt street will be converted into a pedestrian-focused green space with native trees that will provide shade, walking promenades, water features and public seating. The design was developed by landscape architecture firm Raymond Jungles Inc., the group behind the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens and the promenade in front of 1111 Lincoln Road. The redevelopment will also include a boutique residential building, an upscale hotel and repositioned retail. The City of Miami Beach will retain control of all the land.

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