Miami is the happiest city to work in for 2019, according to data compiled by kununu. After gathering data from more than 85,000 workplaces reviewed between 2017 and 2018, Miami earned a happiness score of 3.99 out of five. Riia O’Donnell Kununu researchers looked at employers in the 50 biggest metropolitan areas in the U.S., […]
On Thursday evening, Miami Downtown Neighbors Alliance (MiamiDNA) hosted a presentation by representatives for the Signature Bridge & I-395 / SR 836 / I-95 construction that will be impacting our community for the next five years. The project is a partnership between the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) to […]
A car plunged 9 stories down an elevator shaft, erupting into a ball of flames, inside the New World Tower garage in Downtown Miami Tuesday evening. The incident happened around 6 p.m. when Miami Beach resident, Matt Olechnowicz, tried to retrieve his white Acura TL after work. New World Tower garage is unusual because there […]
Preliminary construction on the Signature Bridge, I-395, SR 836 and I-95 improvements continue. Here is the latest update from project managers: For additional information about the project, or to register for construction updates, visit the project website at www.I-395miami.com or contact Community Outreach Specialist Oscar Gonzalez at 786-280-0983.
Construction begins on the I-395/I-95/SR 836 & Downtown Miami’s “signature bridge” project.
“Due to an increased number of TSA screeners not reporting to work, we have decided to take this precautionary step and relocate about 12 flights to adjoining concourses in the afternoons,” Miami International airport spokesman Greg Chin said Thursday. CNN reports that security checkpoints in concourse G will be closed after 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday […]
Singer, John Legend kicked off his “A Legendary Christmas” tour in Florida last week, including a performance at The Fillmore at The Jackie Gleason Theater on Miami Beach Thursday. Then, on Friday, he and Chrissy Teigen took the children – two-year-old Luna and six-month-old Miles – to our own Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science […]
What is “inclusionary zoning” and why should Downtown Miami care? CityLab lays out the key points of inclusionary zoning: Inclusionary zoning is a policy that was first developed in the 1970s in response to exclusionary and often racially segregated “snob zoning.” It’s a popular tool for getting the private market to subsidize affordable housing. But […]
Today is the seventh annual Give Miami Day, organized by the Miami Foundation to promote local non-profits and encourage Miamians to donate locally with greater impact. In 2017, Give Miami Day raised $10.1 million from 20,000 donors to benefit 700 Miami nonprofits. Visit Give Miami Day before midnight tonight to find your favorite non-profit organizations. […]