New Pictures Reveal What Alton Road Park Will Look Like

December 14, 2019

Crescent Heights has provided new pictures of the retail building and public park they are developing along Alton Road, which is to become part of Miami Beach’s tallest tower. 

The developer submitted an application to obtain a construction permit on November 26. Based on city records, Crescent Heights is working in conjunction with Terra Group.

Crescent Heights was granted permission in the building of a tall tower so long as the company would create the park. This park will be three acres, have a dog park, a tot lot and green space. A raised pedestrian bridge will connect the beach walk to the baywalk.

Mayor Dan Gelber told residents earlier in 2019 that the projected date for park completion is 2021. 

According to the Crescent Heights’ website, it’s going to be 15,000 square feet of commercial space with a 410-residential unit high rise. The preliminary name of this tower is Park on Fifth, and it’s slated to become Miami Beach’s tallest building.

The developer submitted plans and applications to the Federal Aviation Administration to build a high rise at 553-feet above ground.

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