Case Studies
  • WE STARTED WITH

    A four-block radius in between Miami’s sprawling Wynwood and historical Downtown neighborhoods thanks to NR Investments.

  • THE GOAL

    Get locals to experience a new neighborhood and envision a vibrant future.

  • OUR PLAN OF ATTACK

    To create a sense of place and community for locals and creatives through monthly free, curated events.

  • WITH THE HELP OF

    Key cultural organizations like the Miami Film Festival, robust programming featuring live music events with local and international acts, wellness series, workshops with national collectives like Creative Mornings, and monthly markets featuring Florida’s finest makers.

  • THE RESULT

    Bringing thousands of residents to multiple empty lots on a regular basis, making an otherwise barren spot the norm.

  • WE STARTED WITH

    a city of locals, unengaged and disconnected with their local public transit system.

  • THE GOAL

    Increase ridership, boost morale, and generate thoughtful conversation about Miami’s infrastructure.

  • OUR PLAN OF ATTACK

    To educate and navigate through Miami’s transit web in a fun and exciting way that would lead positive results.

  • WITH THE HELP OF

    Powerful local voices like The New Tropic, Radical Partners, and The Underline.

  • THE RESULT

    Thousands attended a secret concert only accessible through riding transit, boosted ridership numbers, and a city-wide increase of transit conversation.

  • WE STARTED WITH

    A lack of pedestrian-friendly gathering spaces for all ages in a car-favored city.

  • THE GOAL

    Create a sense of community, make Miami more accessible, and generate frequently visited culture in the heart of Downtown.

  • OUR PLAN OF ATTACK

    Partner with the Miami Downtown Development Authority to develop nightly community programming revolving around distinct cultural pillars.

  • WITH THE HELP OF

    Generous grants from The Knight Foundation and Miami Foundation, and space designs by Street Plans and Moonlighter Makerspace.

  • THE RESULT

    Over 18,000 attendees took in Miami’s vibrant culture over a 20-day pop-up park and promenade that instilled a sense of pride and taste of what Downtown could become in the near future.