The Next Miami’s Most Read Stories In A Record Breaking 2019

The Next Miami enjoyed a record-breaking year for visitors and page views in 2019.

Our double digit growth accelerated in the second half of the year following a redesign of the website.

Here is a look at the six most popular stories of 2019, sorted by number of views:

  1. Say Goodbye To Miami Beach’s Wooden Boardwalk: Demolition Will Start Tomorrow, To Be Replaced With Beachwalk
  2. Renderings Show Elevated People Mover From Midtown To South Beach After It Is Selected As ‘Preferred Alternative’
  3. Miami International Airport Preparing To Reveal Big Expansion Plans
  4. Construction Is Now Underway At Royal Caribbean’s Global Headquarters In Miami, Will House 4,200 Employees
  5. Photos Show How Collins Avenue In Miami Beach Has Changed From 1940 To 2017
  6. Giant Guitar-Shaped Hotel At Seminole Hard Rock Turns On Light Beams That Can Be Seen For Miles Around

 

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Go Miami go!

Good local informative real estate journal.
Unfortunately, many bloggers are obsessed with ousting parking and sea level rise issues.
They are issues for discussion, but taken to the extreme by many bloggers.
Keep building beautiful modern tall glass buildings and change our skyline for the better. Also, build the mega mall out west and build a destination resort high end casino in the new Brightline train station area! Let’s keep moving forward and being a world class City! Forget, the no, no, no people obsessed with global warming, cars and parking.
Thanks for the opportunity to blog, and let’s have a great new year!

Anonymous

And the shorepower people too.

Anonymous

No thank you

Anonymous

I’m not a fan of the monopoly casino idea. If you let Genting build there’s, let fountainbleu, and casino Miami, and others too. Like stadium welfare the last thing we need is casino welfare. I say Dade needs a water park too, maybe in the homestead area. Build the metro south too.

Anonymous

With all the miles of beaches, it’s amazing that some people still think a “water park” will make a difference in this county.

Anonymous

BEaches overcrowded. AND some ppl like to go down slides rather than be stuck in sand.

Rapids in WPB is successful AF

Anonymous

What beaches in MiamiDade are overcrowded?

“Rapids in WPB is successful AF”

Wooptydoo!.. right now in MiamiDade, they’re planning on building the biggest Mall in America… should WPB try to have that to?

Anonymous

You made zero sense. The argument that Dade can’t have a waterpark bc of the beaches is why the counter argument was made that even tho WPB has beaches they still have a successful water park.. no idea why you are bringing in the giant mall??? Or your childish defensiveness… Btw that mall you love will have a waterpark inside FYI so looks like despite the BEACHES they’ll be putting a waterpark in your beloved mall.

Anonymous

I don’t know who you are replying but you sure are dumb. West Palm Beach, as you say, has a water park, but there are a lot of things in Miami that West Palm Beach doesn’t have. Right now, we’re getting ready for the Super Bowl in Miami, and you think a dinky little water park like in West Palm Beach can compare to that? Now again, Miami is planning on building the biggest Mall in America, a Mall that will not only have a “WATER PARK,” but also a “SKI SLOPE,” amongst other things. If a water park excites you, then move to West Palm Beach and get your thrill on… but that ain’t sh*t in Miami.

Anonymous

why do waterparks bother you so much?? lmao Did something happen to you at a waterpark??

Anonymous

Talking about monopolies…Do you know that the Seminoles are blocking all Casino expansions with a $300 million a year guaranteed check every year to Tallahassee and withholding the payment to get an even better deal?

Anonymous

I am. lol I don’t like that either.

Anonymous

but if we get rid of parking, we can build even more

/s

Anonymous

World Class Cliché.

Anonymous

You think that you will be world class city with more malls and casinos? You will stay the big village for Latinos who come for shopping always. To be multicultural world city you need To invest in arts and high end universities.

Anonymous

Thanks TNM! I really enjoy ready your articles. It always keeps me up to date what is happening in the real estate world and as a bonus the comment section which is very entertaining….

Anonymous

Everyone comment what’s your top five wishlist for Miami this coming decade is.

My wishlist for Miami metro come the next decade..

1. People mover expansion. (Beach, wynwood, etc)
2. Metro extension (priority south to homestead)
3. More 1000ft+ towers approved and built.
4. Historical and communal conservation (i.e. little Havana) +reduced westward development
5. Mana sell off, leaving Miami

Anonymous

Bay-link
MWC Convention Center
Soccer stadium in overtown lol
More 1000ft+ towers
River walk/bay walk

Anonymous

1.University of Miami gets a downtown stadium
2. Metro rail to the beach(not metro mover)
3. Casinos
4. Marijuana dispensaries
5. Legal hookers

Go Canes!

Vote Trump.

Trump gets re-elected and strong economy continues and Miami real estate and markets stay strong.

Anonymous

Trump’s got nothing to do with a “strong economy.” Mitt Romney, Micheal Cohen, and Omarosa already told you, “Trump is a Con-man.”

Anonymous

Why did this get so many downvotes. Even people in NY know Trump is a con-man. Is this site filled with GOPhers now?

Anonymous

Not only are they gullible GOP’ers, they’re also believers in Trump’s “SPACE FORCE.”

Anonymous

Nice

IstillloveTNM

The headline is NOT true. The most read and commented article was removed from the site by the developer of Paramoumt. It showed the ugly towers by the Chateau Group that will block the views of the “signature” building of Miami World Center.

https://www.thenextmiami.com/renderings-show-three-towers-at-600-700-biscayne-square/

Anonymous

Miami doesn’t necessarily need a whole new transit system when Metrorail is well past due for expansion, but this “preferred alternative” people mover better be something like Vancouver’s SkyTrain or Tokyo’s Yurikamome, to accommodate the capacity needed for such an important route, which Metromover as it is cannot fulfill.

Anonymous

“which Metromover as it is cannot fulfill”

And you know this how?

Some of you people need to have your own booth with a crystal ball in a carnival somewhere.

Anonymous

The Metromover mechanic strikes again.

Anonymous

You Uber/Lyft drivers need to get a real job and stop leaching off Taxis.

Anonymous

Maybe you can attach a toy steering wheel to Metromover and pretend to drive it.

Anonymous

I’ll sit in a Metromover air conditioned rail car and pretend to drive it while you, for the 75th time again, try to drive down the street in your non air conditioned, oil burning, air exhaust polluting, 252000 miles, 1969 Chevy Vega.

Anonymous

Chevy Vega wasn’t around in 1969 try again Pillennial

Anonymous

And you can’t attach a toy steering wheel to a metromover rail car because they’re automated, you clueless hillbilly.

Anonymous

y’all take this site too personal lmao

Anonymous

“lmao?”

Only you would find what you said funny.