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Alice C. Wainwright Park

2845 Brickell Ave.
Miami, FL 33129
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Every park has its upsides, but not all offer stunning views of Key Biscayne and downtown Miami. That, and its rare locale in the middle of a host of high rises, are what make Alice C. Wainwright a Miami gem. This bayfront oasis on Brickell offers picnic shelters, a basketball court and water-facing benches for sitting a spell. Sun, shade and everything in between. It's a millionaire's view for the masses. And that's enough to make it worth a visit.

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