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.
Transit Alliance has begun to conduct research on the Better Bus Project. The project is a comprehensive redesign of the county bus system. Through this research with Jarrett Walker Associates, county maps were created to get a sense of the …
The Deep Facade is becoming a component of Miami Style, born out of climate, cost, and aesthetic, and can be seen popping up all around the city.
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.
The trials and tribulations of connecting the beach to the mainland: from trolleys and streetcars to monorails and pods.
Cities like Coral Gables and Miami have updated their zoning codes with the times, while Miami-Dade County has left its code in the past.