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See the Design District Undergo New Changes with Many Upcoming Developments

See the Design District Undergo New Changes with Many Upcoming Developments

by Sep Niakan | October 27, 2014

Miami has gone under all kinds of transformations, but there is still a lot of construction underway. Many mysteries hide in the unbuilt mass.

Miami’s Design District is completely different than what it was a few short years ago. Much of the construction is still going and the visitors of Miami will soon see the finished products of the many developmental changes in the area.

The next big changes to the Design District are the new retail spaces on 40th Street, and the Garden Building that will have a garden on the roof.

As these changes come, it will be costly, but also well worth it.

From the underground parking garage, to the Buckminster Fuller Dome being constructed in the area, much is being built in the area that could only be described as fantastic, state-of-the-art, and luxurious. Only time will tell what the finished products will look like.

 

Source: curbed.com

Photo credit: Retail curbed.com

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