While testing out the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s dream of reshaping Biscayne Boulevard into a world-class pedestrian promenade, Biscayne Green successfully became the pop-up park and weekly hangout it had hoped to be. Packed with events from puppy brunches to live musical concerts, Biscayne Green drew crowds to Downtown each week to soak in cityscape views and indulge in local craft eats and artisanal goods.
But before the monthlong installation packs its bags, it’s hosting one more happy hour for Books & Brews on Biscayne this Wednesday and wrapping up its time with a blowout at Thursday’s Last Hoorah, which features Grammy-nominated local powerhouse PALO. And although it’s been said that everything good must come to an end, we may be seeing the Biscayne Green pop up once more, but as a permanent fixture in Miami’s future as a pedestrian-friendly metropolis. What did you think?
We’d love to know some more details about your experience with Biscayne Green and the future of Downtown with this short survey. Participants will be entered to win prizes from local establishments, provided by The New Tropic.