Magic City residents just keep getting more and more forms of transportation.
First, the Brightline train opened its doors May 19 to commuters traveling between Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Then, Brightline named Lyft as its exclusive ride-share partner.
Lime, the bike-sharing service, announced it reached 100,000 rides in Miami during National Bike Month. In between that, a sleek, solar-powered yacht made a splash in the Magic City.
Now, the only private, residential helipad on the East Coast of the U.S. will debut at the One Thousand Museum in Miami.
Zaha Hadid Architects released a rendering of the helipad ,and according to a One Sotheby’s press note, residents of the One Thousand Museum will be able to “reserve the helipad and book a flight to and from Miami International Airport, nearby islands, and destinations through the tower’s luxury management service.”
- Brightline names Lyft as exclusive ride share partner [Curbed Miami]
- Bike-sharing service Lime, reaches 100,000 rides in Miami [Curbed Miami]
- Sleek, solar-powered yacht makes a splash in Miami [Curbed Miami]
- All aboard: Brightline train services start May 19 [Curbed Miami]