When people think of Miami, they usually think of the sun, beaches, and hot weather. Carefully crafted active green spaces, even for locals, are few to none in the major
urban areas of Miami, but that is about to change. In this feature by Architectural Digest, “How an Unlikely Plot of Land Will Transform Miami,” find out how Meg Daly, founder of Friends of The Underline, found an unlikely plot of 120 acres of land that could transform the trajectory of Miami with 10-miles of community spaces surrounded by nature that will provide safe connections, culture, technology, health & wellness programs, and shade. Miamians and visitors alike will enjoy a different side of Miami outdoors, address issues of climate change through sustainable initiatives, and disrupt the way people transit our city for the better. Read more here.