A friendly hall in an area bearing a local tenor not dissimilar to the wild west, The Peacock Inn welcomed many a weary traveler eager to explore our still-untamed region, including some of the city’s most notable (and notorious) early pioneers. Torn down in 1926, the area now known (and beloved) as Peacock Park was bought by the City of Miami and named for the founding family in 1973. We think they’d be happy to know that their land is once again a welcome respite from the pressures of a sometimes still wild Miami; HistoryMiami.org
Artists from near and far are inspired by Miami’s tropical vibes, energizing breezes and endless sunshine. We’ve curated a list of the most intriguing creative minds in the city to add to your collection.
When it comes to South Florida’s multigenerational families, few have made a difference Quite Like the Mendelsons have across the arts, culture and world of Brickell real estate development. Their support for Florida Grand Opera started in the 1950’s when it was the Greater Miami Opera Association — born of a love for opera and a desire to ensure its presence For Future Generations.