Miami’s Museum Park Sees First Signs of Development


MIAMI, FL.- Following years of planning and widespread anticipation surrounding the transformation of Miami’s Bicentennial Park into a new Museum Park, work crews have begun an environmental remediation process that will prepare eight acres of land on the park site for vertical construction. The remediation process marks a crucial first step toward the development of new buildings for Miami Art Museum and Miami Science Museum. The remediation process, managed by Suffolk Construction Company and John Moriarty & Associates of Florida, Inc., is slated for completion by the beginning of November 2010. Museum Park’s remediation will be funded by the City of Miami Omni Community Redevelopment Agency (Omni CRA). That allocation followed the