Stories with 'dade heritage trust' tag

Anderson’s Corner: Built in the early 1900s and still standing

Built in the early 1900s, Anderson’s Corner is still standing. (📸: Ebyabe) WHAT IT IS: Standing at the corner SW 157 Ave and SW 232nd Street for over a hundred years, Anderson’s Corner has seen it all. The wood-frame structure, built by William “Popp” Anderson in the early 1900s, was just named to Dade Heritage […]

/ May 16, 2019


The 2016 resolution redux: Christine Rupp thinks this year locals finally stood up for themselves

Getting the ball rolling on preservation of the Miami Marine Stadium was a big win, but next year Rupp thinks locals will start to take control of the future of their neighborhoods.

/ December 21, 2016


The struggle for “Old Florida” in Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods. But a trend of demolitions has sparked controversy over what’s worth saving and at what cost?

/ May 10, 2016


This old house

The people preserving Miami’s roots are doing it from the strangest of places. At the first doctor’s office in Miami, the Dade Heritage Trust is keeping us from erasing our past.

/ February 2, 2016


Miami Resolutions: Neighborhoods

Throughout January, we’ve been asking local leaders for their aspirations for the city in 2016. We’re ending our series with experts in building neighborhoods, from developers to preservationists.

/ January 24, 2016