Spotted in Wynwood this weekend- bicycles with advertising trailers. Could be an interesting advertising strategy, especially during special events like Art Basel. The owner told me he just started the company and their website isn’t up and running just yet. Contact Flag Ship Ads at 305-710-1765
Posts Tagged: Wynwood
The intersection at NW 28th Street and North Miami Avenue is becoming Wynwood’s new restaurant hub. Jimmy’s Kitchen serves Puerto Rican cuisine and has been a long time favorite of mine. In the interest of full disclosure, my wife is Puerto Rican, so I do love most things Puerto Rican. Indulge in the: Seafood and… Read more »
Check out this great urban space located in Wynwood. Two used shipping containers have been placed on top of each other. The ground floor containers has been converted into a bar and the second container appears to have been transformed into a lounge. The 5,300 sq ft venue is elegantly designed. MAPS seems to manage this space…. Read more »
It’s no secret that we love bicycles at Miami Urbanist. As many of you know, I have been hired by StreetEasy to help lead the company’s expansion into the South Florida market. Lucky for me, StreetEasy also loves bicycles. In fact, the CEO of our company has purchased bicycles for all StreetEasy employees. Since StreetEasy… Read more »
Yes, Art Basel is here and this is also the time of year when Miami’s already failing infrastructure begins to break at the seams due to our lack of public transit. Traffic is atrocious and cars barely move. Your best option to get around Wynwood is either to walk or to ride a bicycle. Driving… Read more »
The entrepreneurial sprite is alive and well in Wynwood. Igor Niznik and his son Fred, along with partner Mark Dorfman, have just opened TSL Lounge in Wynwood. Next door to TSL they will soon open The Butcher Shop. A historic 1927 single family home has been persevered and retrofitted and now houses the TSL indoor and outdoor… Read more »
Wynwood was buzzing yesterday morning in anticipation of Art Basel and the graffiti artists were leading the charge. Check out some of the great new public art that will be available for us locals to enjoy for some time. Pretty awesome.