Miami’s past uncovered near the river in the downtown area will soon be covered over, after some of the artifacts are removed, to make way for an entertainment complex known as Met Square.
At a construction site in downtown Miami, the future can’t take shape without one last look at the past.
Among skyscrapers and cranes in Downtown Miami, archaeologists have been quietly working on a secret dig. Bob Carr with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy finally spilled the details this week on what he’s been so busy doing since November.
Take a second to review what makes Miami the city it is today. Get to know some of the founders at these historic points of interest.
Exactly 100 years after Henry Flagler was greeted by a Key West parade celebrating his first Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad train’s journey from mainland Florida to the island city, a similar parade was held Sunday to commemorate the centennial of the railroad’s debut.
Raise your glass to a new Keys drink commemorating a local landmark.
At the corner of Northeast 1st and 1st in downtown Miami sits the 100 First Avenue Building. It is for sale.