A magical merger of art and architecture
Who's packing heat in the Magic City? You don't have to conceal your curiosity a second longer
Will a starry-eyed proposal for renovating Monument Island burn out before its time?
A leader in New Urbanism talks us through Miami's high and low spots
The people of Miami take a crash course in art, parks, and democracy
Feng Shui South Florida Professionals
If they concern Bicentennial Park, your presence is requested this weekend
Planning for the Livable City
John Henry, This Is War!
Welcome to St. Hugh Oaks, Miami's first subsidized housing project for the affluent
Ronald Hayes hopes to keep developers (and Beach officials) from messing with North Shore Open Space Park
The Rouse Company's proposed high-end megamall for Coral Gables has city officials tallying up everything but the opposition
No hulking concrete slab at water's edge? No arts center hidden by noisy expressways? No bombed-out corridors of desolation? A dream, right?
Habitat for Humanity should be celebrating. Homes should be for sale to poor families in South Dade. New construction should be advancing. All stories should have happy endings.
If you had your way, what single adjustment would you make to enhance the experience of living in South Florida?
Once again the indefatigable Dan Paul launches an attack on arrogant local officials, and once again he needs your help
For more than a decade, Otis Wallace has called the shots in tiny Florida City. That seems to be just fine with the locals.
Millionaire developer T homas Kramer's Portofino Group baited its hook with $15,000 -- and reeled in a wall at the Bass Museum
The establishment hated him, but resort-goers thought his designs were the best thing since room service. If it was fun, funky, and Fifties in Miami Beach, chances are Morris Lapidus dreamed it up.
Want to know your neighbors by name? Enjoy communal meals? Good at sharing? Have a lot of money?
South Pointe Elementary officials were thrilled with the $100,000 check. They'd be even happier if they could cash it.
To those who lost mobile homes to Andrew, Miami's resident town-planning visionary offers an intriguing, low-cost alternative