The 7 vacant acres in-between I-395 and the Adrienne Arsht Center have been sitting vacant, desolate and have been used as just event parking for the past several years. In come the Brad Knoefler and team that built Grand Central Park, who has proposed a Omni Park, a "zen parcel" with an art zone, sound stage, food trucks, shipping container retail and a skate park. An entryway garden would be located on Biscayne Boulevard which should help bring pedestrian traffic to the area. Similar projects have been completed with success in Stockholm, Boston and San Juan. The proposal is cost efficient, asking just $300,000 in funding. Activists including the Pérez Art Museum Miami have contributed to the planning of the short-term, temporary project.