MIAMI HERALD: Serenity Beckons


Three New Downtown Miami mini parks provide residents with a relaxing atmosphere to eat lunch, visit friends and walk.

Downtown Miami residents now can escape the concrete jungle without leaving town. The city’s decision to reopen the parks came after the Downtown Development Authority concluded there was not enough green space.

”Downtown has seen a tremendous growth in its residential population, and [it is] going to need some parks whether it is to walk or to eat their lunch outside,” said the authority’s Mark Spanioli. Check out the full article at Miami