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Yep, This Was Brickell And Downtown Miami Ten Years Ago - posted on January 31, 2014, 2:28 am
Yep, This Was Brickell And Downtown Miami Ten Years AgoHoly condo! This is a panorama of central Brickell and Downtown Miami taken in the summer of 2003 from the 10th floor of the Brickell Key Condominiums, stitched together from 9 photos by Flickr member jbremer57. Yep, this was Miami a mere ten years ago, one and a half condo booms ago. Check out the full panorama after the jump, or head over to Flickr for an even larger version. Dare we say Miami ten years ago has a skyline as dismal as a third or, dare we say, fourth tier U.S. city. If not for a few of the taller towers (the Miami Tower comes to mind) it could be Jacksonville or, shudder, Tampa. Quelle horreur! Now, it looks little to nothing like this. The contrast betw...(details)


New Wynwood Lofts Aim To Be A 'Public Canvas' - posted on January 31, 2014, 2:06 am
New Wynwood Lofts Aim To Be A Public CanvasIn the fledgling Wynwood residential market, a new 36,000 square foot mixed use building designed by architects D-FORM-A called 250 Wynwood will be carved into 11 "generous" live/work units over six floors, including two penthouses, one with a crazy massive rooftop garden, in "interlocking finger schematics." Two retail spaces will occupy the ground floor. The building itself was "conceived as a public canvas," D-Form-A says on its website, and renderings suggest the undersides of the building's eyebrows will bare the obligatory Wynwood murals. Public art installations curated by Spinello Projects on the exterior of the site will be changed every three years. The location is down the ...(details)


The Ghost of Baylink Returns In New Light Rail Routes - posted on January 31, 2014, 2:01 am
The Ghost of Baylink Returns In New Light Rail RoutesTransportation officials have unveiled new potential routes--though, as far as we can ascertain, no new maps, of a Miami-Miami Beach light rail system, building on the sexy but ill-fated 2004 Monorail plan Baylink while adding the possibilities of a rail extension to Miami International Airport and crossing the Julia Tuttle Causeway, instead of the MacArthur. The trains would run at grade level in downtown Miami and Miami Beach, but would use elevated tracks in portions of the MacArthur Causeway, which sounds like the greatest roller coaster ride ever, and/or I-95. How extraordinarily daring of them to contemplate the possibility of crossing the Tuttle. All snark aside, it has been 10 ye...(details)


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