Metromover service will be temporarily suspended beginning at 9 p.m. Sunday night for repairs.
State health officials said a patient who was transferred from an urgent-care clinic in Miami to a local hospital with Ebola-like symptoms was not at risk for the virus.
It was just a few years ago we were talking about Downtown Miami’s demise. Developers had overbuilt, the economy was tanking and more than 20,000 condos sat unsold. Today many of the condos still sit empty, but they are being sold at top dollar. The bizarre ups and downs of downtown real estate market are odd to say the least. What has happened around it is even stranger.
Miami’s longest linear park, which would stretch 10-miles long from Brickell to Dadeland underneath the Metrorail, is being renamed.
Brickell be prepared—Critical Mass will be sweeping through your usually-congested area Friday evening.
A development project being touted as a “destination experience” is going up quick at a well-known Miami neighborhood changing the area’s landscape.
A group in South Florida is on track to creating the largest linear park, which would stretch 10-miles long from Brickell to Dadeland underneath the MetroRail.
In Miami’s Brickell neighborhood in March of last year, 52-year-old Ana Marie Mares had just left a sushi restaurant when she was struck and killed by a driver who kept on going.
Beloved in Miami for a great workout and overall fun game, tennis options abound in this city. Courts and clubs overflow with fantastic instructors and amenities everyone loves, but it’s that little special something some clubs have that other just don’t that keeps the crowds coming back. Whether it’s a first lesson or a hard-core competition, the city’s best courts and clubs’ll make anyone feel like a pro.
Miami has great character and identity shown in these five neighborhoods.