To commemorate the Orange Bowl 75th Anniversary the Orange Bowl Committee initiated a Legacy Gift to the park in Allapattah where the first Orange Bowl game was played. Thus began a series of Orange Bowl Legacy gifts to the South Florida Community.  The design includes a new synthetic turf field, six lane running track, field event facilities, and bleacher seating for 1,500 spectators.  The building is located on the east side of the field, a linear building with a ceremonial central field entry, above which is a press box with a designated photographer platform.  There are facilities for Home and Away Teams on each side of the entry; coach boxes, restrooms, locker rooms, clubrooms, and concession facilities. Also included is an electronic score board, related signage, competition field lighting, and overall park “branding”. 

Location: Miami, FL

Total Size: 5.9 Acres

Construction Cost: $5,700,000.00

Owner: Orange Bowl / City of Fort Lauderdale

Civil Engineer: Chen Moore and Associates

Structural Engineer: Martinez Engineering Group

MEP Engineers: TLC Engineering For Architecture

(786) 717-7100. 2655 S Le Jeune Rd, Suite 607, Coral Gables, Florida, 33134.


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Photographer credits: Steven Brooke, Island Studio, Smith Aerial Photography, Al Diaz, and Carty Architecture


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