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The Miami Design District and Wynwood Are Competing for a Tri-Rail Station. Which One Will Win?

Lifestyle

The Miami Design District and Wynwood Are Competing for a Tri-Rail Station. Which One Will Win?

by Sean McCaughan | November 28, 2018

Cover photo credit: David Santiago Tri-Rail is coming to Downtown Miami sometime next year. When you consider that South Florida’s commuter rail network is finally accessing South Florida’s urban core, this is big news no matter how you slice it....

Five Great Miami Podcasts Exploring the Culture, Life, Entrepreneurialism & History of This Amazing City

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Five Great Miami Podcasts Exploring the Culture, Life, Entrepreneurialism & History of This Amazing City

by Sean McCaughan | November 21, 2018

Biscayne Tales ITUNES | WEBSITE Modeled after the New York-based ‘Battery Boys’ podcast, the two Miamians behind Biscayne Tales, Carlos Rico and Mark Guzman, present the history of Miami in a fun, interesting, and accessible way. Each episode...

Miami’s Next Major Art Museum Will be Unveiled Next Month

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Miami’s Next Major Art Museum Will be Unveiled Next Month

by Sean McCaughan | November 19, 2018

Three or four years ago Bruce Berkowitz, the head of Miami-based Fairholme Capital, an investment fund, undertook the creation of a new contemporary art space much like many of Miami's other privately-owned art museums. The art within would be...

A Tugboat With Pinball Flippers: Have You Seen This Water Cleaning Machine Ambling Around the Bay?

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A Tugboat With Pinball Flippers: Have You Seen This Water Cleaning Machine Ambling Around the Bay?

by Sean McCaughan | November 07, 2018

The Scavenger 2000 looks like a small tugboat with arms, wings, or, heck, pinball machine flippers. It may not have the viral Facebook fame of Baltimore’s Mr. Trash Wheel, but the Scavenger 2000 is a more practical and effective vehicle. A...

The Twenty Best Things to Do in Miami

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The Twenty Best Things to Do in Miami

by Sean McCaughan | October 31, 2018

1. Visit Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. This incredible historic house on the shores of Biscayne Bay combines architecture, art, and elaborate landscape design into a subtropical fantasyland. Built approximately one hundred years ago by...

The History of Margaret Pace Park and Its Neighbors

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The History of Margaret Pace Park and Its Neighbors

by Sean McCaughan | October 24, 2018

One of Miami’s liveliest public spaces is Margaret Pace Park, at the south end of Edgewater, one of the city’s most rapidly transforming neighborhoods. Lined with towering residential towers on the west, and the shimmering blue waters of Biscayne...

Six Reasons Why Downtown Miami Could Eclipse Brickell in the Next Five Years

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Six Reasons Why Downtown Miami Could Eclipse Brickell in the Next Five Years

by Sean McCaughan | October 22, 2018

For years, Brickell has been the center of growth in Greater Downtown Miami. However, in the next five or so years, there’s a good chance all of that could change. Here’s why: Downtown Miami Is the Most Accessible Urban Neighborhood in...

What Edgewater Could Have Been: Incredible Projects In and Near this Miami Neighborhood that Never Happened

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What Edgewater Could Have Been: Incredible Projects In and Near this Miami Neighborhood that Never Happened

by Sean McCaughan | October 17, 2018

A Grand Fountain on Biscayne Boulevard Around the time Biscayne Boulevard was being built by the Shoreland Company, in the style of a grand, palm-lined boulevard and shopping street stretching all the way up to Miami Shores, another developer,...

The History of Brickell: Miami’s Manhattan

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The History of Brickell: Miami’s Manhattan

by Sean McCaughan | September 16, 2018

Bordered by the Miami River to the north, Biscayne Bay to east, the Rickenbacker Causeway to the South, and I-95 to the West, Brickell is one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods. Constantly evolving, Brickell has changed radically over the years,...

The $2.7 Billion Miami Worldcenter is Progressing Rapidly. Downtown Miami Will Never Be the Same

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The $2.7 Billion Miami Worldcenter is Progressing Rapidly. Downtown Miami Will Never Be the Same

by Sean McCaughan | September 15, 2018

Construction is proceeding rapidly at Miami Worldcenter, the $2.7 billion mixed-use megaproject that will finally fill the blighted gap between downtown Miami and the Omni area directly to the north. Spearheaded and master planned by developers...