It’s the ultimate in comfort food at the Daily Melt in Midtown—a favorite of loyal customers who’ve been coming to the quick dining spot ever since it opened six months ago.
The long fight over putting a Walmart store in Midtown Miami took another turn Monday when the city approved the company’s architectural plans, according to the Miami New Times.
Plans to construct a hiply-designed Wal-Mart in Midtown Miami hit a snag Wednesday, when members of Miami’s architectural advisory panel rejected the latest version of the plan.
The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force used information from a CBS4 News viewer to track fugitive Adam Barnett to a hotel in Midtown Manhattan Wednesday morning.
Despite community objections, the Shops of Midtown Miami may soon be the site of a new 184,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter, creating hundreds of jobs.
It could shape up as a battle for a key re-development project in the crown jewel of an inner city’s rebirth: Miami’s midtown district off Miami avenue and NW 34th street.
While the art community and South Florida resident gather for Art Basel events on Miami Beach, Wynwood and the Design District, there is one exhibit which carries the soul of a shaken community.
They’ve been popping up across major cities in the United States, including Los Angeles and New York, and now a blow dry only salon has made its way to South Florida.
There are a lot of eateries, bars and retail stores in the downtown Miami area. But there may be another grander addition to that list. Walmart is moving forward with plans to set up shop in the Midtown area, the first store in the city of Miami.