In this episode Eulois joins us at Büro Midtown as we sip tequila and talk about the current supply chain issues, his vintage 1985 chrome Mongoose road bicycle, transportation and zoning in Miami, protected bicycle lanes, BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) and roadie MAMILs (Middle-Aged Men In Lycra).
Category Archives: Transit
Development Opportunities in Miami’s Little River Neighborhood
Now that I have transitioned to commercial real estate brokerage full time, I’m here to tell (and sell) you on the next great Miami neighborhood to invest in. Miami’s Little River neighborhood has been an up and coming neighborhood in the last several years and this trend is likely to accelerate. My family and I… Read more…
Book Review: Reimagining Greenville: Building the Best Downtown in America
If you’re an urban planner, elected official, or real estate developer interested in redevelopment at a local level, Reimagining Greenville: Building the Best Downtown in America is the book for you.
An Urbanist’s Oasis in Greenville, SC
Greenville stands to benefit from the macro-migration patterns in the Sun Belt states. There seems to be a young, entrepreneurial population that has moved to Greenville in recent years in search of a smaller city, better schools, and higher quality of life.
Brightline and the Future of Mobility and Development in Florida
Henry Flagler arguably brought real estate development to South and Central Florida in the late 19th and early 20th century when he extended rail service from St. Augustine south to West Palm Beach and eventually to Miami and then Key West. When he arrived in Florida in 1885 he began construction of the 504-room Ponce… Read more…