New visitors center opens in Village West
Inside KROMA gallery, a communal art space – the new visitor center will provide visitors and residents with a resource for information on the attractions and happenings in Coconut Grove as well as other heritage and multicultural neighborhoods throughout Greater Miami.
The visitor center adds to the GMCVB’s Multicultural Tourism efforts that include the Bureau’s “Its So Miami People & Places” campaign featuring an insider’s look at the vibrant diverse heritage neighborhoods found throughout our community.
Much of the credit went to County Commissioner Xavier Suarez, he spoke about a new future projects to improve the quality of life in Village West. Mrs. Gibson talked about re-branding the West Grove as a “Bahamian Village," she was praised for all of her activism efforts as well as Rashid, who talked about development trying to push families out whose roots are embedded in Village West. Also, Bill Talbert from the GMCVB and his staff were praised for making this possible. What Rashid said this new partnership means is that the GMCVB will included the Village West Cultural Center as part of their advertising material.
The visitors center and KROMA are at 3670 Grand Avenue.Photos by Rafael Guiterrez
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