Coastal Capital Acquisition Corp. Subsidiary’s Products Specified at Miami’s Museum Park
NAPLES, Fla., Oct. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Earth Surfaces of America, Inc. of Naples Florida, a wholly owned subsidiary of Coastal Capital Acquisition Corp. (OTC Pink, CCAJ) announced that it has been specified to provide paver products for the Baywalk and Promenade at the Miami Museum Park project.
The 29-acre Museum Park overlooking Biscayne Bay will be home for the new Perez Art Museum Miami and the future site for the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. The Perez Museum will be a cutting-edge building with generous spaces to showcase its art holdings and attract top caliber exhibitions. It will also include a state-of-the-art educational complex. Museum Park will include public gardens and sculpture installations. It will be a vibrant mix of green space and cultural offerings and is Miami’s urban redesign vision for the area now known as Bicentennial Park. It is viewed as a catalyst for the transformation of the district and is central to efforts to strengthen Greater Miami’s momentum as an emerging global capital. The new museum is scheduled to open in fall of 2013.
The Baywalk and Promenade will require over 140,000 square feet of paver products and bring in revenues of approximately $700,000.
“We are excited to have our products used in such a prominent project for the City of Miami,” said Tony DiNorcia, the CEO for CCAJ and Earth Surfaces. “The look of our terrazzo products is well suited for the unique and up-scale image that the developer envisions for this project.”
Earth Surfaces of America, Inc. manufactures a full range of high-end eco-friendly terrazzo concrete architectural products for commercial and residential markets throughout the United States and the Caribbean. All of the products are made in the USA from re-cycled materials.
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Tony DiNorcia, Chief Executive Officer
Coastal Capital Acquisition Corp & Earth Surfaces of America
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