Stories with 'neighborhoods' tag

Spotlight on Miami Gardens

Ready to explore Miami Gardens? We’ve got you covered.

/ February 19, 2020

Neighborhood spotlight on West Kendall

Want to learn more about Miami’s West Kendall neighborhood? We’ve got you covered.

/ March 28, 2019

Video: Inside the Historic Hampton House

Just outside Liberty City, you’ll find Brownsville, a neighborhood frequented by influential athletes, entertainers and civil rights leaders during the fifties and sixties, when Miami was segregated. Brownsville is home to the Historic Hampton House, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. first rehearsed a draft of his “I Have a Dream” speech and organized strategic […]

/ February 7, 2019

The 2016 resolution redux: Malik Benjamin says Miami’s still gotta find its genius

There’s still a long way to go, but he thinks strong leadership this next year is going to shake things up.

/ December 21, 2016

Where can millennials afford to buy homes in Miami?

It’s hard — really hard — for millennials to buy a home in Miami. But data from Trulia reveals the neighborhoods where it’s most possible.

/ April 28, 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

Take a trip through time in Downtown Miami

We’re a young city with a long history, and nowhere is that more obvious than Downtown. Let’s explore the soaring heights and drastic declines that have defined Miami’s first neighborhood.

/ November 18, 2015

Unexplored Miami

In our latest photo essay, we set out to discover Downtown Miami with new eyes, from our iconic skyline to the people running corner shops that have been around for decades.

/ November 9, 2015

Things to do: Welcome to Westchester

Go west, Miamians! We know you love the Beach, Wynwood and downtown, but there are cool things to do all over Miami. Come along with The New Tropic’s Ashley Martinez for an insider’s tour of a beloved, but often overlooked Miami neighborhood, Westchester.

/ May 28, 2015

Tackling trash in East Little Havana

Since the recession took hold in 2008, an illegal dumping problem has slowly escalated in East Little Havana. Residents are working to clean up the issue through clean-ups, activism, and even a popular Instagram account that raises awareness of trash in the neighborhood, but is it enough?

/ May 18, 2015