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Monday, April 18, 2005

Miami Becomes a Real City

Transfer has a phenomenally thorough look at the urbanization of downtown Miami. The post is more detailed and informative than I could ever hope to reproduce, so just go check it out here.

For those ADD inflicted readers the bottom line is: A lot of really tall buildings are going up in downtown Miami.

Several of them are going over-the-top in their attempts to be cool and cutting edge, including one that has a virtual golf room for residents. Isn't the point of living in FL that you can play golf OUTSIDE? And does every web site need to feature lounge music and pictures of wealthy young, mixed race hipsters drinking martinis? (My building in DC thinks so)

1 comment(s):

  • I still hate Miami. It gives all of florida a bad name.

    That is all.


    By Blogger Andrew, at 1:29 PM  

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