Miami Beach residents voted in 2017 to authorize dense development in the Town Center area along 71st Street, but some disagree with the city’s recommendation to allow micro-units and buildings up to 200 feet high.
Miami Beach, Florida, is reviewing its hurricane re-entry plan in an effort to come up with a system that will make it easier for residents and employees to return to the island after they are evacuated for a storm.
In an effort to raise money for arts and education programs, Miami Beach is considering selling outdoor ads on parking garages and naming rights for public parks as well as souvenirs with the city logo.
Design firm Artefacto was hired to install a rare Pagani Zonda R sports car as a wall to separate two rooms inside a condo in Surfside. The owner says cars are as valid an art form as paintings and sculptures.
Former Miami Beach commissioner and current Florida House candidate Michael Grieco was charged by the Miami-Dade ethics commission with lying to the public and breaking a Beach campaign finance ordinance.
Miami Beach is finalizing a list of projects for a $300 to $500 million general obligation bond the city hopes to place on the November ballot. The list includes infrastructure repairs and public safety upgrades.
Miami Beach Medical Transport, a company run by Dr. Rodolfo Dumenigo, paid 53 employees $222,059 in overtime back pay after the U.S. Department of Labor found the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Several African American models who were at a casting call for Miami Swim Week said a California-based swimsuit line turned them away Thursday. The reason? Their race, they said on a video posted to Facebook.
Miami Beach recently designated the Tatum Waterway neighborhood a historic area, which provides protection from demolition. A company that owns property in the neighborhood is challenging the decision in court.
Miami Beach police charged Walter Stolper with attempted arson after he threatened to burn down a Collins Avenue condo. Cops found gasoline and Nazi imagery. Police say Stolper, facing eviction, told a witness he wanted to kill Jews.
The Florida Department of Transportation has begun a two-year, $12.9 million rehabilitation project on the Miami Beach end of the MacArthur Causeway. The project will require lane closures and affect traffic.
Jonathan Crenshaw, a homeless man with no arms who paints with his feet on South Beach’s Lincoln Road Mall, is accused by Miami Beach police of stabbing a tourist from Chicago on Collins Avenue Tuesday.
The Miami Design Preservation League, a nonprofit that works to save Miami Beach's Art Deco buildings and other historic structures, is in turmoil following a contested board election that has landed the group in court.