After a lengthy wait, construction has finally begun on a long-in-the-works Miami Beach project located at the vacant spot that was once the South Shore Hospital. Called Canopy Park, the sizeable project will include a park spanning a trio of acres found at the 600 and 700 blocks plus plenty of greenspaces, paths for pedestrians and biking, a dog run, alfresco gym, displays featuring public art, a tree canopy, and a playground for kids designed by MONSTRUM, a Danish design firm.
In regards to the park, it is one of the primary public perks being promised in exchange for permission to erect a tall, narrow residential tower on the south end of the sprawling property.
Besides the various sights, Canopy Park will also boast several features centered around resiliency and sustainability. These include habit restoration featuring over 200 trees and more than 100 palms, lots of native plant communities, and even a system designed to conserve water management.
To read more about Canopy Park, visit https://www.remiamibeach.com/south-beach/500-alton-road-developers-begin-construction-on-3-acre-public-park/.
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