An Open Space Renaissance along Father Capodanno Boulevard
Kudos to all those involved in transforming the 2 mile stretch along Father Capodanno Blvd. The first noticeable thing was the cleanliness. There was not one piece of garbage along the entire length. The second is all the new project including the children playgrounds, dunes, ocean breeze indoor track, ocean breeze indoor horse riding building, skate park & roller rink, Midland beach War Memorial & Capodanno Memorial. the indigenous landscaping & the new boardwalk. The third was the classic South Beach favorites still rolling: the South Fin Grill, Dolphin Fountains, Fishing Pier, Totos Restaurant which was rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy, dog park, bocce, shuffleboard & volleyball courts & the newly refurbished ball fields.
Established in 1661, South Beach has always been a popular destination through the centuries. It has panoramic views of the Ocean, Harbor & Verrazano Bridge and is the 4th largest boardwalk in the world.
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