Neil Fairman, chairman of Plaza Equity Partners, one of the developers of the Magic City Innovation District, leads a tour of the site of the mixed-use development in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood on Monday, Sept. 10, 2018.
A group of small business owners will gather to protest what they claim to be displacement by a developer who recently bought two shopping centers in Little Haiti and wants to develop condominiums there.
Developers plan to build a 47-story luxury tower called Una on the site of an old building in South Brickell. They paid $48 million to buy all 61 units in the building and have begun luring buyers with a sales gallery.
Offshore corporations have one main purpose - to create anonymity. Recently leaked documents reveal that some of these shell companies, cloaked in secrecy, provide cover for dictators, politicians and tax evaders.
Chef José Andrés talks about U.S. response in Puerto Rico days after Hurricane Maria devastated the island during a conversation with Republican commentator Ana Navarro at Miami Dade College on September 24, 2018.
Tequila Forshee, who would have turned 18 on Sept. 24, 2018, was remembered in a ceremony at Lester B. Brown Park in Miami Gardens. Tequila was killed in 2013 as she got her hair braided in her grandmother's home. Her killer has never been found.
Take Us With You
Real-time updates and all local stories you want right in the palm of your hand.