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Ten of Miami's Greatest Tiny Public Spaces

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As Miami grows and urbanizes and the need for public space in the vertical city becomes more and more evident, the large efforts—bay walks, pedestrian streets, and new parks—will grab the most attention, but arguably more impact will be made by the smaller interventions, including small public plazas, courtyards, pocket parks, and other little things. And now here are ten of those spaces, some new and some old, that are already making our great city a better place to live.


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Lincoln Road Courtyards

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[Photo via Albion Hotel]

Walgreens/La Sandwicherie Plaza

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[Photo via Demandt Architecture]

Allen Morris Park

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Two miniature plots of lush greenery facing each other across a Brickell street, Allan Morris Park brings a little jungle to the concrete jungle.

Brickell Flatiron Park

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[Photo by Sean McCaughan]

Paula Crown Sculpture Plaza

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[Photo by Sean McCaughan]

Ichimura Miami Japan Garden

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[Photo by Adeline Ramos]

55th Street Station

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[Photo via Google Street View]

Panther Coffee

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Freedom Tower

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[Via Curbed Miami Flickr Pool/D Quiros]

The End of Biscayne Boulevard

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[Via Google Street View]

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Lincoln Road Courtyards

[Photo via Albion Hotel]

Walgreens/La Sandwicherie Plaza

[Photo via Demandt Architecture]

Allen Morris Park

Two miniature plots of lush greenery facing each other across a Brickell street, Allan Morris Park brings a little jungle to the concrete jungle.

Brickell Flatiron Park

[Photo by Sean McCaughan]

Paula Crown Sculpture Plaza

[Photo by Sean McCaughan]

Ichimura Miami Japan Garden

[Photo by Adeline Ramos]

55th Street Station

[Photo via Google Street View]

Panther Coffee

[Photo via Panther Coffee]

Freedom Tower

[Via Curbed Miami Flickr Pool/D Quiros]

The End of Biscayne Boulevard

[Via Google Street View]