Posts involving business and culture in the city.
City dwellers across the country are seeing the places they live and the things they took for granted upended, and may change their behavior, and the American City, as a result.
Miami is hosting the Super Bowl this year. What exactly does that mean for us who live here every day?
Allapattah has been increasing in notoriety and interest among speculative developers. After this year's Basel, its comprehensive change seems all but inevitable.
Zoning is complicated. Let's take a closer look at Zoning around Miami Dade County to get a better sense of how it works, and how it can work better.
Ultra Music Festival has grown from a small upstart to a worldwide EDM phenomenon hosting the music industry's most well-known acts. As it experiences growing pains within the City of Miami, can it reconcile its thirst for growth with the …
Inclusionary Zoning is one of the many municipal tools for increasing affordable housing stock. However, the Florida Legislature has decided to pre-empt that unless Governor DeSantis steps in.
As we look to the 2020 Census, segregation remains persistent in Miami. A history of active delineation, deed restrictions and redlining has led to this phenomenon.
Coral Gables is facing a major change, and how it reacts will define its next 100 years.
From the beginning, the growth of Wynwood has always been in connection with the pursuit of fame. The presence of the smartphone has compounded the visibility of Wynwood, accelerating growth and gentrification.
New towers in Wynwood are rapidly changing the landscape of this formerly low lying industrial district. Ground infrastructure, however, is being left out of the equation.