Upper Eastside residents finally have a neighborhood market where we can bike or walk to. Last week Flavorish Market opened its doors serving all sorts of tasty things like: Wine Craft Beer Cheese Cured Meat Coffee and Tea Sandwiches Pastries Bread Grocery items I think the concept is great and I anticipate that Flavorish Market will do… Read more »
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The South Florida Community Development Coalition will be hosting a discussion on Complete Streets in Miami Thursday, March 6 8:30am -10:30am The speaker line-up for the event should make for some good, substantive discussion. They’ve got: Jose (“Pepe”) Diaz, Miami-Dade County Commissioner, Cesar Garcia-Pons, Sr. Manager, Planning + Design at Miami Downtown Development Authority Tony Garcia, Principal… Read more »
via the Knight Foundation Andrew Frey is executive director of Townhouse Center, a not-for-profit that promotes fine-grain urban neighborhoods. Below, he writes about a studio course in architecture at Florida International University, produced in collaboration with Townhouse Center, that is receiving $60,000 in new support from Knight Foundation. Photo credit: FIU College of Architecture + The… Read more »
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NYC Transportation Secretary Janette Sadik-Khan nails it in this video. There is no reason why this can’t be done in Miami. What we lack is leadership and vision in the 305.
URBAN_VARIANTS November 1st – November 24th Opening reception: Friday, November 1st, 2013 6pm - 9pm BFI is located at: 100 NE 11th Street Miami, FL 33132 click for DIRECTIONS For more information click here
This great idea comes to us via Andrew Frey from the Townhouse Center: “An idea to promote pedestrian and bike mobility in the red-hot Biscayne corridor: create a shared-use path along the waterfront, so people can travel north-south without having to brave Biscayne Blvd. Back in 2007, I made this Google Earth mash-up of the Miami… Read more »