The ultimate nightmare scenario for this historic Miami church: A $7 million tax bill -
Dec 17, 2018
The First Presbyterian Church of Miami, the oldest organized congregation in the city, has been hit with a $7.1 million tax bill by the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser, which claims the church has leased a portion of church grounds to a for-profit school and food trucks, violating its religious exemption status.
The church, located at 609... [more...]
Brickell City Centre set for OK for two more towers -
Dec 13, 2018
The continuing evolution of Brickell City Centre is set to be considered this week by Miami city commissioners.
On the commission’s agenda today (12/13) is a third amendment to a Special Area Plan (SAP) for Brickell City Centre and a second development agreement for the large mixed-use project that has already taken over several city... [more...]
Brickell Farmers Market Every Saturday! -
Nov 29, 2018
Please join us this and every Saturday to delight yourself while supporting local artisans and their diverse, locally grown fresh produce and goods at our ongoing Brickell City Centre Farmers Market!
Location: Along the landscaped pathway that runs between Seventh Street and Sixth Street, directly underneath Miami's Metro mover track.
Brickell Avenue South Walking Tour -
Nov 14, 2018
Join us this Saturday, November 17 at Dade Heritage Trust, 190 SE 12 Terrace in the Brickell area at 10 a.m. to take part in this great 1.5-hour guided walking tour
that will be featuring the colorful history, amazing architecture, surprising archaeology and environment of the internationally renowned Brickell Neighborhood.
For more... [more...]
Hotel on Miami River to be made of shipping containers -
Nov 06, 2018
Investors are advancing a plan to build a boutique hotel on a vacant lot on the Miami River, with an adjacent food plaza offering dining options. On Monday, the Miami River Commission unanimously recommended city approval.
The project is to be called The Shipyard On The River, with 50 hotel rooms in a six-story structure made from shipping... [more...]
The Underline park breaks ground in Brickell -
Nov 01, 2018
The Underline, a project that would revitalize the 10-mile trail of land along Miami's Metrorail, broke ground Nov. 1.
It is planned as a linear park with an urban trail, outdoor exercise apparatus and a bike-repair kiosk, among other features. It is also intended to contribute to the city-wide push to promote alternative modes of... [more...]
The Underline to break ground in Brickell this week. -
Oct 26, 2018
This could change the city.
It took 20 years for Meg Daly’s late father, the prominent attorney Parker Thomson, to realize his ambition of a transformative performing arts center in Miami.
It may not take Daly and her ad-hoc team of volunteers, dreamers and entrepreneurs quite that long to pull off her own unlikely conceit: a 10-mile-long... [more...]