Little Havana is on the brink of a boom. Residents and supporters are working hard to make sure those who made this neighborhood can afford to stay.
Little Havana's growing. We asked the community for advice for how newcomers can engage with the vibrant neighborhood.
Little Havana is on the brink of a boom. Here's how Marta Viciedo is helping the neighborhood grow into a stronger, more cohesive community.
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?
The real estate market is booming, and Miami's neighborhoods are changing so quickly it can be hard to keep up. While there are a lot of developers thinking in big buildings and bigger dollars, we caught up with a few developers and organizers who are thinking at the slightly more human scale, to ask them about what they think is next for Miami's changing neighborhoods.
Can Miami grow without losing its soul? We’ve seen what happens when communities are displaced by gentrification. With neighborhoods like Little River on the verge of transformation, let’s challenge that narrative.