The Palm Beach Gardens, a community of around 1,500 residents and a natural gem in the heart of downtown Miami, is about to get a boost in funding after the City Council approved $20 million for a new $1.8 billion revitalization project that will include landscaping and new homes.
The $1 billion project, which is being overseen by the nonprofit Miami Beach Gardens Conservancy, will create a large, green and well-maintained greenway that runs through the heart and heart of the community.
“The Miami Beach Conservancy is committed to restoring the vibrant Palm Beach gardens to their former glory and to maintaining them for generations to come,” said Palm Beach Conservant Carol Ouellette.
“This revitalization is just the first step in our vision for the city and for our community.”
The new plan will also include a new community center, recreation center, community center and library, among other upgrades.
“We are thrilled to announce that the Miami Beach Community Gardens Conservatory has signed a $20-million, multi-year, multiyear, ten-year commitment to help make this project a reality,” said Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
“We are proud of the work that this Conservancy has done in conserving and restoring this beautiful piece of South Florida.”
Palm Beach Conservatory is one of the nation’s largest community gardens.
It has been in operation since 1985.
The gardens are located at the foot of the iconic Westwood Bridge and feature the largest landscaped greenway in the world.
In a news release, Mayor Gimenez said that this new plan would help to ensure that the community is protected for generations, adding that “the Miami Gardens Conservory is committed not only to restoring and maintaining the gardens, but also to maintaining their vibrant character and quality of life.”
“We have seen a remarkable increase in people in Palm Beach this year and are eager to see what the next 10 years bring,” said Carol Ouedellette, President and CEO of the Miami Gardens Cultural and Heritage Council.
“The Miami Gardens Community Gardens will continue to play a vital role in revitalizing this community, creating jobs and attracting new residents.”
The Conservancy’s work has been featured in major magazines and newspapers across the country, and the community garden will be featured on national television as part of the “Dancing with the Stars” reality show.
Palm Springs Gardens Conservancies latest renovation has been well received by residents and businesses alike, and a number of organizations are donating funds to help fund the project.
For example, the Miami Herald and the Miami Daily News are donating $1 million to the project, and The Miami Herald also announced a $1,000 donation to the Miami Conservancy.
The Miami Conservancies new plans will also help revitalize the community’s parks and green spaces.
For years, Palm Beach Parks and Recreation has operated an outdoor trail that leads to the Palm Beach Beach Gardens.
The Miami Gardens conservancy has a long-term plan to create a new trail and greenway along the Westwood Boulevard.
The plan calls for building new trails and greenways along the old Westwood Trail that would connect the West Beach Park to the Gardens, and to reconnect the Gardens to the nearby South Beach.
According to a news report, the Conservancy will also create a greenway on the property adjacent to the West Coast Highway and the former Palmetto Park.
“This is a major step forward for Palm Beach and the entire region and a great addition to the vibrant community that the Conservatory and the Gardens are known for,” said Miami Beach Parks Commissioner Mike Stiles.
“Palm beach is a vibrant community and this new greenway will help to create and support a healthier and more beautiful environment.”
Miami Beach Gardens was founded in 1986 and is now the third largest community in South Florida.