Shaun Abrahamson, left, and Stonly Baptiste, right, have started Urban.Us, a network and a fund that help and invest in "urban tech" startups that help make like easier, greener and safer for people living in cities. The pair were photographed on the rooftop of the Cynergi building in Wynwood.
Shaun Abrahamson, left, and Stonly Baptiste, right, have started Urban.Us, a network and a fund that help and invest in "urban tech" startups that help make like easier, greener and safer for people living in cities. The pair were photographed on the rooftop of the Cynergi building in Wynwood. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Shaun Abrahamson, left, and Stonly Baptiste, right, have started Urban.Us, a network and a fund that help and invest in "urban tech" startups that help make like easier, greener and safer for people living in cities. The pair were photographed on the rooftop of the Cynergi building in Wynwood. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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