The students of Southside Elementary School, located at 45 SW 13 St., displayed their Halloween costumes in parade form inside the Shops at Mary Brickell Village and the surrounding area. They also received treats from participating businesses.
Miami’s city manager provided more details about Wednesday’s accident at the Echo Brickell construction site, 1451 Brickell Ave., which killed a bystander who had a “cardiac incident” running from the falling debris.
Laura Viveros, 32, of Miami co-founded Soles for Change, an artisanal shoe retailer that gives back a portion of proceeds to benefit the Colombian women (mostly single mothers) and seniors, who make them.
The population of downtown Miami has risen about 150 percent since 2000, according to a new report by the Miami Downtown Development Authority. Young professionals represent half the population, and most have some college education.
As urban development increases in South Florida, Miamians are less likely to find green spaces among the gray buildings. Last week’s PARK(ing) Day challenged creative types around Miami to find new ways to turn city blocks into public open spaces.
Developer Shahab Karmely says the Taplin Company — whose founder, Martin Taplin, fell to his death in a suicide this spring — double-crossed him on a land deal in Miami’s red-hot downtown. Now he’s suing.
Mobile manicure salon Pretty Nails 2 Go offers a range of nail and wax services including acrylic, gel nails, eyebrows and lip waxing and currently serves the Brickell, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Doral and Midtown areas.
Miami’s historic preservation board has a chance to save renowned Arquitectonica’s distinctive first building, the red, ziggurat-fronted Babylon Apartments, but extensive deterioration and a demolition order cloud its future.