Downtown backs children’s museum use of more city island land
Written by Miami Today on March 20, 2018
Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously last week to support the Miami Children’s Museum in its goal to create an early childhood on 26,599 square feet of land it seeks to acquire from the City of Miami. The center, adjacent to the current museum on Watson Island, would include an autism facility that would be the first of its kind in this area.
“This is a much-needed resource, and aligns with the DDA’s master plan to support residents and businesses downtown,” said authority board member Kim Stone, executive vice president and general manager of The Heat Group and American Airlines Arena. She chairs of the authority’s Arts, Culture and Entertainment Committee…To read the full story click here