2016 was really good for these five.

To wrap up 2016, we took a look at the people, companies, and organizations who dominated tech, transit, real estate, neighborhoods, and the arts.

After a three-year saga, ride-hailing companies and the county finally figured out how to make it work. That’s why we’re naming it the biggest transit win of 2016.

Kairos, a facial recognition company, grew by more than 7,000 percent in 2016. No, that's not a typo.

Moonlight finally showcased and celebrated the real Miami and all of its layers — and that's what makes it so special for locals.

The official designation gives the Haitian community a stronger claim to the neighborhood as it faces the possibility of being priced out.

And if it really takes off, it could change the way other developers do their thing.