Miami Beach Canopy, the proposed kaleidoscopic bridge to mark the city’s entrance, took another step towards reality.
A commission unanimously approved the new project in a hearing, and now it must complete one final vote before confirmation. If this happens, an expected completion date will be named. [Main Image: Terra Group].
Miami Beach Canopy’s new kaleidoscopic bridge would see a vast array of colors added to the large walkway, with room for sunlight to beam through the glass material. It is designed by French artist Daniel Buran, and said to welcome drivers into the city by the MacArthur causeway.
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As well as the kaleidoscopic bridge, Miami Beach Canopy will include a planned three-acre park as well as a 44-foot residential tower. After a new amendment, the space will hold 330 residential spaces, a reduction to the proposed 410.
It was originally thought that Miami Beach Canopy would not be completed until 2027. But, under the new proposal, it is now claimed the project could be finished by June 2023. David Martin’s Terra Group and Russell Galbut’s Crescent Heights are leading the proposal as it enters its final stage.
You can read full details at the project on Terra Group’s site.