Posts Tagged: MiMo
There is good news for those of us that are old enough to remember Big Fish on the Miami River. We will soon be able to reminisce of the good old days when Brickell was a sleepy section of town that you could rent a great apartment with an amazing view for dirt-cheap. Located on… Read more »
Lyle Chariff, CEO of Chariff Realty Group, has confirmed that jugofresh is slated to open Summer 2014 in the MiMo Historic District. The building was listed and sold within 30 Days and sold for $960,000 or $545.00 per square foot and is located at 7501 Biscayne Boulevard. In September 2010 the building traded for $550,000…. Read more »
You can live the Mad Men office dream right here in Miami. Check out this great office space that was built in in 1958 and looks to be completely preserved. It’s like taking a step back in time. The 5,000 sq ft office space is currently available for lease. The office is located at 570… Read more »
For those of you that like to get your vegi on you should check out Mi Vida Cafe on Biscayne Boulevard in the MiMo Historic District. I’m definitely not a vegetarian, but every once in a while I like to indulge in a little vegetarian food. The weekly specials are excellent. From the regular menu… Read more »
The City of Miami just spent $50,000+ on this fence in Belle Meade in order to deter crime in the neighborhood. Do you think this money was well spent? You can read more about this fence at Transit Miami.
Tomorrow evening at Legion Park a meeting will be held to discuss the establishment of an Upper East Side Neighborhood Conservation District (NCD). The City of Miami is proposing to create a NCD which would include the communities of Belle Meade, Morningside, Palm Grove, Shorecrest, Bayside and the MiMo Historic District. Although the NCD already… Read more »
Check out how Biscayne Boulevard should look. Can you imagine a business and pedestrian-friendly MiMo with on-street parking? Wouldn’t it be nice if cars moved slower through the historic district? This is all possible- a team from the University of Miami developed three alternative streetscape designs for Biscayne Boulevard. Which alternative do you prefer? Please… Read more »