Baywalk From American Airlines Arena To Bayside Is Under Construction

You’ll soon be able to walk from Bayside to the American Airlines Arena without crossing the busy intersection at the entrance to PortMiami.

Construction is now underway on the portion of the baywalk that passes underneath the port bridge. A baywalk is already in place at the area behind the arean, known as Parcel B.

To continue to Museum Park, Pedestrians will still have to walk towards Biscayne Boulevard because of a small inlet.

Further up, the baywalk is eventually expected to connect from Museum Park to the Resorts World Miami property and on into Edgewater with a new path under the proposed Signature Bridge.

 

PreviouslyBaywalk Could Be Extended Behind American Airlines Arena

 

How to get there:

 

start at bayside:

walk through a parking lot next to bayside:

cross the railroad track:

walk next to the barbed wire fence:

emerge on the other side of the bridge:

baywalk at parcel b:

the view:

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Anonymous
4 years ago

From previous post on topic:
The details/layout of the proposed design will complement what was already constructed at Museum Park. Scope of work will include lighting, benches, trash receptacles and bike racks, installation of pavers, landscaping, irrigation, and drainage improvements along the seawall. The City just received 90% design plans for review and approval.

Should be visually appealing and convenient. Like some of mentioned here already, hope they extend this to Brickell and Edgewater as well.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Renderings?

Marc305
4 years ago

17 years late but better late than never. I for one welcome this project and the ones that will come after. There should be a walkway from Brickell all the way up to Edgewater.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Any renderings?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Renderings for a sidewalk? ?

Mike04
4 years ago

Great News!!

marc
4 years ago

I think it’s called the Biscayne Line. Maybe you can find some renders with that name.

Anonymous
4 years ago

The construction there is just repairing the seawall. The baywalk was already open for years and is only temporarily closed due to the construction. What is missing is the connection north of PAMM.

Marc
4 years ago

This is where Miami falls short of other world class cities. We should be finishing the bay and river walks before building any amusement park observation towers.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It takes a broad understanding to see opportunities and accurately compare them. You are absolutely correct.

Anonymous
4 years ago

This project is part of a bigger project called Waterline / Biscayne Line. It was designed by ArquitectonicaGEO – Landscape Architecture… (not Arquitectonica.)

It would be a cool and much needed addition to the city once completed.

Edin
4 years ago

Good news for the homeless people.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Disgusting comment

IloveMiami
4 years ago

Why disgusting? There is some truth in it. Get out more often, or take off the rose-colored glasses. When you guys are fast asleep in your tiny condos, the homeless WILL be using it as shelter for the night, unless it eventually gets closed off like beneath the 395 exits onto Biscayne are now. Talk about disgusting!

Edin
4 years ago

You are “disgusting”,if you don’t see what is going on in Miami, especially downtown area. I have nothing against homeless people,everyone can become one in these hard economic times,but it is ashamed that our city officials don’t do anything to finally solve these problems.Miami is still far from becoming world class city and if we don’t start taking care of business (public transportation, parks and recreational areas, landscaping…),I’m afraid we going to miss that opportunity forever. Have a great day.