Baywalk

The Baywalk is a system of public pedestrian pathways along the Biscayne Bay shoreline designed to promote alternative transportation. Once completed, it will provide a continuous path running north/south on the rear of the properties along West Avenue from 5th Street to Lincoln Road, linking residential and commercial areas, public street-end parks, and other existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities such as the beachwalk. The Baywalk system is part of the larger Atlantic Greenway Network as well as a component of the Blueways Master Plan and the Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan.

Completed portions of the Baywalk:

  • Bentley Bay Condominium (520 – 540 West Ave)
  • The Floridian Condominium (650 West Ave)
  • Southgate Tower Apartments (900 West Ave)
  • West Terminus of 10th Street
  • The Waverly Condominium (1330 West Ave)
  • West Terminus of 14th Street
  • The Flamingo Condominiums (1500 Bay Rd)
  • Mae Capri Condominium (1445 16th Street and 1491 Lincoln Terrace)

Gaps:

  • South Bay Club Condominium (800 West Ave)
  • Mondrian Hotel/Mirador Condominiums (1000-1200 West Ave)
  • Monad Terrace (1300 West Ave)
  • Bayview Terrace Condominium (1228 West Ave)
  • Bay Garden Manor Condominium (1250 West Ave)
  • Lincoln Bay Towers Condominium (1450 Lincoln Rd)
  • West Terminus of Lincoln Road
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