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Related Group campaigns for Edgewater promenade

The developer hopes to build one continuous waterfront walkway
September 08, 2014 05:15PM

Biscayne Line

Biscayne Line

The Related Group is pushing for a public bayside pedestrian promenade through Edgewater, which the firm is calling the Biscayne Line.

The developer has commissioned a survey from Arquitectonica showing waterfront conditions, and suggesting what can easily be implemented in the near future, and what might be more difficult, according to Curbed.

The Biscayne Line would eventually run the entire length of Edgewater’s bayfront from Albert Pallot Park, just to the north of the Julia Tuttle Causeway, to Museum Park to the south.

The Arquitectonia survey shows that a significant portion of the bay walk already exists. In the southern section of Edgewater, larger properties make implementation easy, while in the northern section development would be more complicated, according to Curbed. [Curbed]Christopher Cameron