MIAMI–Downtown Miami has evolved into a bonafide hotbed of living, working and playing for residents and visitors alike. Investors have also taken notice.

Against that backdrop, Downtown Miami’s historic “main street” is getting a makeover. Flagler Street, home to the highest concentration of historic buildings in downtown and a commercial base that’s seeing major traction amid a rapidly growing population, will soon come be come to outdoor cafes, improved sidewalks and crosswalks, new shade trees, and off-street valet parking intended to reduce automotive congestion and enhance pedestrian mobility.

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