You can see Museum Park coming together nicely in these aerial views taken from the 47th floor of the Marquis residences that a Curbed reader sent in. The Perez Art Museum Miami is finished and settling into its monumental building as Miami's flagship art museum, while the Frost Museum of Science continues to rise in front of it. The park's new grass is being laid out, paved pathways are being installed, and more trees planted, with everything together giving a good impression of just how big the park will really be. Meanwhile, the last two photos show the surrounding environs, including the old Miami Herald building looking not so hot.
· Museum Park coverage [Curbed Miami]