Brickell Bay Drive Seawall and Resiliency Improvements


Skyrise building and waterfront on Brickell Bay Drive

Click here to download the Brickell Bay Drive Seawall and Resiliency Improvements 2021 Presentation(PDF, 31MB)


The City of Miami is revitalizing, renewing, and enhancing its waterfront on Brickell Bay Drive from Southeast 14th Street to Southeast 15th Road.  The purpose of this project is to implement a vision to adapt Brickell Bay Drive and protect it from future storm surge and sea level rise while encouraging waterfront connectivity, creating open space, and improving the natural environment and the local ecosystem.  Creating a long-term stewardship structure that protects and enhances quality of life and public and private investments is essential to keeping the Brickell Bay Drive waterfront area a functional, long-term resilient and adaptable asset.


This work was funded in part through a grant agreement from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection Resilient Florida Program. The views, statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Florida or any of its subagencies.
December 2021.
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