Posts on quality of life issues.
It's all over instagram, twitter, and even on CNBC, and it makes you think to yourself... is Miami having a moment, or is it just in my head? And more importantly, are we ready to handle it?
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.
A city that bills itself as a shining beacon in Dade County is behind on one of the County's most important problems.
Wynwood Yard and O Cinema are closing to make way for a 189 unit apartment building. While it may feel like the loss of something special, it is a winning test case for projects like it across the city and …
Trying to get Miamians to slow down is exactly what Wynwood’s new Woonerf is about, however, we should not stop there.
Should potential acts of terror and security be considered when designing public space in Miami?
How Miami pushed a run of the mill bad stadium deal, into a new kind of agreement.
Miami's crusade against AirBnB does not understand the problem, and therefore, will not find a solution.
The Cities of Coral Gables and Miami face slowdowns and shifting public opinions on their twin pedestrianizing streetscape projects.