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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?
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 does not work for Miamians. Learn what you can do to help at MiamiForward.com
Allapattah has been increasing in notoriety and interest among speculative developers. After this year's Basel, its comprehensive change seems all but inevitable.
Voting is important, especially in local elections. However, it is exactly these elections where voters feel uninformed, and apathetic. Radical Partners and the Miami Herald have teamed up to help change that.
This means that by 2022, almost the entire commission (and the mayor) cannot be re-elected. This represents a massive opportunity for change in our government at a time when Miami’s demographics and interests are shifting.
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.
My choices for the Top 10 Miami Stories in 2018.
Miami Dade County has 68 designated opportunity zones that offer tax incentives if developers hold onto them for 10+ years. Let's take a look at this program and what the unintended consequences may be.