The Center for Social Change (2103 Coral Way, ste 202, Miami) presents Miami's first community space and co-working environment that is dedicated to promoting collaborative, systemic solutions to social problems. With various workspace options, places to hold meetings and access to events and educational opportunities, the Center provides a unique community of support in which to work, connect, innovate and learn. Our community includes start-ups, established organizations and leaders spearheading community or civic projects who have the opportunity to interact collaboratively towards their shared vision of social change.
The Coral Way Area
Coral Way is a tree-lined boulevard created originally by George Merrick, developer of Coral Gables. This area is in close proximity to Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Little Havana, Brickell and Downtown Miami; all areas with interesting restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
The Greater Everglades Bioregion The Greater Everglades Bioregion is located on the southern portion of Florida's low-lying peninsula. Although massively transformed, the health of the Bioregion remains interdependent with the remnants of the Greater Everglades watershed, from the Kissimmee River basin to the north down to the Florida Keys in the south. There are now 7.1 million humans not living very sustainable here...YET!
By Plane: Ft. Lauderdale Airport: (1) Take shuttle to Tri-rail train south to Metro-rail transfer station; (2) Take Metrorail southbound to Vizcaya Station; and (3) Take free Coral Way Trolley to venue (see trolley map). Miami International Airport: (1) Take Metrorail southbound to Vizcaya Station; and (2) Take free Coral Way Trolley to venue (see trolley map).
By Car: (1) Make your way to I-95 until it ends on to US-1; Head south and make a right at 17th Avenue; (3) Continue to Coral Way and make a left (south); park in Our Lady of Lebanon Church Parking (2055 Coral Way).
Unfortunately, Miami was designed for the car culture that was "flowering" in the 50's. However, some the neighborhoods are very walkable and there is decent bus routes up and down Biscayne Boulevard (bus routes 3 & 16) and across to the beach.