This week, the City of Miami Beach celebrated the groundbreaking for phase 3 of the Middle Beach Beachwalk. This on-grade, ADA accessible and decorative paver pathway will replace the current wooden boardwalk that exists between 23 and 45 streets to match with and connect to the South and North Beach portions of the Beachwalk. 

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The project is being done in partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration, which includes a $4.5 million contribution from the Miami Beach’s $439 million total General Obligation (G.O.) Bond Program.

The groundbreaking event will mark a significant milestone for the city as it nears the completion of the full Beachwalk renovation that will provide residents and visitors with one seamless pedestrian and cyclist connection from South Pointe to 87th Terrace – stretching the length of the city’s entire oceanside east coast.