Miami, Florida and the Downtown Development Authority unveiled a permanent standalone restroom near Government Center. The toilet debuted as the city tries to eliminate homeless protections against police harassment.
To replace the city’s aging municipal headquarters, Miami administrators want to lease public riverfront land to a developer in exchange for a new administration building. The plan needs voter approval.
Sneak Attack, a Miami sneaker consignment store, called a former consignor a “snitch bitch” for taking his concerns to the Miami Herald, according to screen shots the reseller says he took off Instagram.
When you are in downtown Miami and turn northwest on Flagler Street to Second Avenue, on the east side you’ll see Robert McKnight’s grand-scale art installations at 3 MiamiCentral, 161 NW Sixth Street.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez asked the administration to cancel a trip for five city employees to study logistics and security of the Singapore Grand Prix. Suarez criticized the county for backing out of the trip.
Before an October fan festival at Bayfront Park to build enthusiasm, city and county officials plan to go to the Singapore Grand Prix — on the taxpayers’ dime — to observe security preparations for the event.
The Netherlands-based chain citizenM will open a 348-room hotel within the Miami Worldcenter project currently under construction in downtown. The 12-story hotel will be the company’s third in Miami-Dade.
A man told police after meeting a woman at Miami, FL, hotspot E11even on Aug. 13, they went back to his friend’s place. When she left, he said, she had stolen his Rolex, 10 credit cards, and $500 cash.
Four new office developments coming to Wynwood in Miami, Florida, are poised to change the fabric of the neighborhood, adding working professionals to its mix of arts, culture, restaurants and entertainment.