Photos: Signage Installed At The Underline Construction Site In Brickell

In Brickell, signage has been installed at the site where the Underline is being built, under the Metrorail.

The area under construction is being called Brickell Backyard.

One sign states that The Underline’s River Room at Brickell Backyard will be open in 2020. Backers have said that the it will have seating and views of downtown and the river.

Also coming in 2020 to Brickell Backyard is an urban gym and flex court, the signs state.

 

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Miami1
2 years ago

Are those power lines being buried as part of the project? That would help a lot with the aesthetics of Brickell.

Suomynona
2 years ago

One would hope but I doubt it.

Are those rolls of green AstroTurf?

Anonymous
2 years ago

FP&L are cheapskates.

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes they are removing the poles… and no those aren’t astro turf rolls it’s erosion control used during construction.

Miami
2 years ago

FPL makes the property owner pay for that underground relocation, so yea youre paying for it.

peej
2 years ago

Slow news day…? Realistic headline would read– Photos: Underline Construction Fencing Now Includes Project Renders!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hurry up !!! Too slow…

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is news?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looking forward to it!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Waste of money. Build on street protected bike lanes instead.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Building ped walkways and beautification is never a waste of money. It improves quality of life for residents and costs a fraction per mile of what it cost to double deck even just 500 feet of a highway.

Speaking of waste of money, double decking 836 with a bull___ spider bridge…. now THAT’S how you waste money, and manage to completely avoid fixing traffic at all, to boot!

Anonymous
2 years ago

So increase traffic by clogging streets with “protected” bike lanes and leave miles of off-street space ideal for safe bike lanes unused. Brilliant.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Protected bike lanes?

Apparently this person does not understand where he/she lives.

Anonymous
2 years ago

How much “protection” does a line of paint actually provide?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are you some sore sort of The American Union Of Bike Manufacturers Lobbyist?