Posts Categorized: Community
This comes to us via Matt Toro at Transit Miami… I kept it simple: only beaches, municipal-operated, and county-operated parks were included. These criteria effectively excluded the following uses, which are part of Miami-Dade County’s default “Park” category: Recreational Vehicle Parks/Camps Private Recreational Facilities Associated with Private Residential Developments Private Recreational Camps/Areas Cemeteries Golf courses… Read more »
The urban core just got trendier with the opening of DucatiMiami at the Wynwood Gateway Complex located at the corner of NW 2nd Ave and 29th St. The retail complex is the first development from Metro 1 which is led by neighborhood visionary Tony Cho. A recent ribbon cutting ceremony for Phase I of the retail… Read more »
The Some Like It Hot exhibit on display at History Miami until April 27 recognizes Miami’s flourishing art scene, and emphasizes the “hot” phenomenon of art in the streets, a recent development that has redefined the local art community. Continually inspired by Miami’s climate, sandy beaches, nightlife, history, and distinct blend of Latin American, Caribbean, and… Read more »
These maps were originally posted on Transit Miami by Matt Toro. With awful zoning like this and terrible mass transit it is no wonder that Miami Dade County residents are forced to drive. Lack of mixed-use zoning only helps perpetuate the driving culture in the 305.
Click here to register Join the SE FL/Caribbean District Council of the Urban Land Institute as we explore synergies between art and real estate. The program will review opportunities to expand art in real estate development and its impact on community building and place-making. This event will examine both the challenges and the business case for the… Read more »
Please join the Knight Foundation at the O Cinema in Wynwood on Tuesday March 25 for a free screening of the film “The Human Scale” by Jan Gehl (77 minutes, English, 2012) followed by panel discussion. Fifty percent of the world’s population lives in urban areas. By 2050, this will increase to 80 percent. Life in a mega city… Read more »