Registration for the 19th Annual Travois Indian Country Affordable Housing & Economic Development Conference will be opening in a little over a month — we can start planning our before- and after-session fun now, right?
There is so much to see and do in Miami! We’ve compiled a list of neighborhoods and hot spots to get your planning started.
Downtown Miami is a busy shopping area with cultural and event venues.
Miami Beach is a trend-setting arts and entertainment magnet with incredible museums, restaurants, nightlife and attractions with walkable streets and beaches. The neighborhood boasts a unique collection of Miami Modern (MiMo) buildings and art deco architecture.
South Beach is known for its critically acclaimed restaurants, irresistible shopping, extravagant clubs, world-class art scene, universe of entertainment options and of course, the miles of sparkling shoreline.
Little Havana is the colorful center of Hispanic culture in Miami. The area is filled with Latin-inspired cafes, restaurants, venues and markets that give space and a voice to all the different backgrounds that have taken root in the neighborhood.
Coral Gables is one of South Florida’s oldest cities with canopied streets, historic houses and stately gates and lush parks. Coral Gables has a hip restaurant and bar scene and some of Miami’s most popular happy hours.
Coconut Grove is located in the middle of Miami, yet completely separate and quaint with a bohemian flair. The Grove offers a warm, laid-back atmosphere with charming boutiques, family-owned shops, galleries, gourmet restaurants, sidewalk cafes and sailboats anchored at the bay.
Find more attractions on Miami’s visitor’s site.
We’ll see you in Miami in April!