This week we circle back to Miami’s median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,750 a month, according to the latest report. That actually represents a 3 percent decrease from a year ago but still remains well above the national figure of $1,233.
You can’t go a block without witnessing the vibrant colors that decorate the walls of shops, restaurants, and art galleries of the exploding Miami neighborhood. However, Wynwood’s latest murals go against the grain.
Months after Lorenzo Quinn turned heads with his Venice Biennale installation depicting giant hands reaching out of the Grand Canal, and the Italian sculptor has unveiled a powerful new piece in Miami during Art Week.
Fresh off announcing The Related Group has become 50-50 partners with East End Capital on a mixed-use residential project in the Wynwood area, Wynwood 25 has some more interesting news: You have the opportunity to choose its new name.
Earlier this morning we took a closer look at overall first quarter sales trends in both the Miami coastal mainland and Miami Beach (and its barrier islands). Now we’ll focus on the most recent sales figures but on a more localized level.
Another artsy Miami garage is rising in the form of the Wynwood Garage, with Holliday Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. announcing it has secured the $22 million in construction financing on behalf of developer Goldman Properties.
Miami’s mega-development scene continues to roar.Within Mana Group’s enormous Special Area Plan in Wynwood that has been in the works for years is the introduction of the MANA Wynwood Americas-Asia TCIFC.
Meet Amanda Pizarro, co-founder of The Salty Donut, the hottest donut shop in South Florida. Her business is located in the Wynwood area, which won the 2016 Curbed Cup for Miami’s neighborhood of the year.
Miami startup Saltmates, an app focused on connecting nearby ocean lovers while also taking direct action on environmental issues, partnered with PangeaSeed Foundation’s Sea Walls initiatives last week for their launch.
The soaring neighborhood encompassing Wynwood and Midtown Miami just north of Miami’s core has been chosen as our 2016 Curbed Cup champion, with the No. 3 seed defeating No. 8 Surfside by a healthy 69-to-31 percent margin.
As 2016 comes to a close we’ve finally made it to the 2016 Curbed Cup championship, where one South Florida neighborhood will capture its first ever Curbed Cup title.The finalists are (3) Wynwood/Midtown and (8) Surfside.