Monthly Archives: September 2018

Urban Land Institute Shows Miami Beach a Path to Resiliency

Written by Katherine Lewin on September 11, 2018   The City of Miami Beach is preparing to live with water in a much deeper way. As the climate continues toward warmer temperatures and South Florida’s coastal cities see more frequent and damaging flooding, one of Miami-Dade County’s most vulnerable cities is fighting back against the threat of flooding, rising waters and stronger storms. A part of this fight was the collaboration between Miami Beach and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a worldwide group of about 42,000 real estate and development professionals that … Read More

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Cypress Creek ‘urban village’ OK’d

Cypress Creek ‘urban village’ OK’d Fort Lauderdale zoning panel supports uptown corridor plans By David Lyons        Staff writer For years, Fort Lauderdale’s Cypress Creek Road corridor has been a revolving door of major commercial activity, with big name companies setting up shop, only to leave within a short time. Now, the city’s Planning and Zoning Board has thrown its support behind sweeping code changes aimed at creating a greater sense of community and purpose. Those changes, proponents say, would open the door to a so-called Uptown Urban … Read More

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