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Residents of Brickell can expect some more green space coming by the end of 2010. There will be a new park at 1814 Brickell Avenue which consists of a one-acre parcel for $2.6 million.
The opening of the park is coming at a crucial time, as more and more people begin to move into Downtown Miami condos and Brickell condos. Nearly three-quarters of the 22,079 condos units built in Brickell and Downtown since 2003 are occupied.
The park will most likely feature a dog park, a tot lot, shaded rest areas, and walkways. So far $271,000 has been raised for the park from bonds. The commissioner (Sarnoff) is trying to reach out to Brickell residents in order to match that same amount from the private sector. The funds will be used for improvements and maintenance.
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