• Local government agencies and nonprofits are working together to fill in the gaps in construction on the "greenway" along the Miami River in Florida. Soon visitors will be able to stroll along…   See the Gallery

  • “It’s proceeding with the usual public-sector glacial progress, but it is progress,’’ said Ernest Martin to the Miami Herald. “We’re almost to the point where we’re going to have continuous…   See the Image

  • With Brickell Key in the background, the walkway winds around the Miami River and meets Biscayne Bay.    See the Image

  • Portions of the walkway are lushly landscaped and well maintained, while other sections need some serious TLC. Activists, government agencies and nonprofits are working to create continuity along the…   See the Image

  • Visitors to the portion of the river walk built by the Related Group enjoy public displays of artwork like this piece by Liliana Porter called Alice Goes Back.   See the Image

  • One of the roadblocks along the walkway is the sales center for the Epic Residences and Hotel. Activists hope that a deal between the city of Miami and the Epic developer will be reached soon.    See the Image

  • Built by the Related Group, a section of the path behind the Icon incorporates public art displays. It follows the north side of the river and connects to the bay walk leading to Bayside Marketplace.   See the Image

  • On the south side of the Miami River's mouth, a section of the river walk wraps around the new park at the Miami Circle, an archeological site commemorating the early settlement of the Tequesta…   See the Image

  • The walkway wraps around the north bank of the river’s mouth and connects to a portion of the existing bay walk that extends all the way to Bayside Marketplace, near American Airlines Arena.    See the Image

  • Riverfront Log Home in Creede, Colo.

    Set on five acres just outside of Creede, Colo., this log home overlooks 403 feet of private frontage on the Rio Grande.   See the Image