Stories with 'north beach' tag

Bridges to the beach: Here’s a brief history of Miami’s coastal causeways

Ever wondered about the history of Miami’s coastal causeways? We took a look at how they came to be.

/ August 26, 2019

The folks behind Wynwood Yard won’t be bringing the yard to North Beach

The folks behind Wynwood Yard won’t be bringing the concept to North Beach.

/ August 9, 2019

Is climate change gentrification really happening in Miami?

Homebuyers are beginning to look for higher ground. Much of it is in low-income neighborhoods like Little Haiti and Liberty City.

/ May 17, 2017

Whose North Beach is it?

Nothing’s going to stop change from coming to North Beach, but it’s still TBD what that’s going to look like. We asked developers, residents, and preservationists to weigh in.

/ August 9, 2016

The North Beach master plan will try to answer Miami’s biggest question

It’s one of the first master plans in Miami to explicitly account for sea level rise. The pressure is on to prove the neighborhood can adapt.

/ August 7, 2016

If you want the best sushi in Miami, you have to follow the rules. Such rules.

You can find some of the best sushi in town at this nondescript market in North Beach. But you’ll have to follow the rules if you want to be served.

/ July 27, 2016

Wayback machine, the North Beach edition

Before North Beach was a haven for all sorts of people, it was a beloved hangout of northern tourists and gamblers.

/ July 25, 2016

Miami Mystery: What are those fins on the 79th Street Causeway?

It’s got something to do with Cold War submarines.

/ July 20, 2016

Sounds of the Bandshell

A Spotify playlist highlights the best of the North Beach Bandshell

/ July 19, 2016

The North Beach Bandshell is making a comeback

Rhythm Foundation Director Laura Quinlan remembers neighbors packing the bandshell as a little girl. She wants to make that happen again.

/ July 19, 2016