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Marriott At Miami Worldcenter Gets Big Design Update w/ new renderings by NBWW – as the worldcenter turns

design and renderings by Coral Gables firm NBWW   Wednesday, June 18, 2014, by Sean McCaughan Along with a submittal to enlarge the Miami Worldcenter special zoning ‘atlas’ (by which we assume they mean ‘area’) to include the Marriott At Miami...
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West Palm’s New Convention Center Hotel Will Be… Modern – Rendering reveals – Curbed Miami

Wednesday, May 7, 2014, by Sean McCaughan That traditional rendering of the Hilton West Palm Beach, a building with eves and towers, is as dead as the Dodo. The Related Group project, in the context of West Palm Beach’s pretty traditional Mediterranean Revival architecture....
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MET 3 shares new enticing visuals – the Whole Foods & residential tower renderings…

See the latest renderings of MET 3 at Metropolitan Miami. Renderings produced by ARX Solutions for ZOM USA.
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CAI’s Magazine “Common Ground” discusses the Tequesta site featuring NBWW’s rendering…

CAI’s Magazine “Common Ground” discusses the Tequesta site featuring NBWW’s rendering of the ancient discovery and its preservation plan.   CAI: Community Associations Institute: CAI provides information and education to community associations and the...
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Magazine’s Miami 2020 Depictions Are Of A Concrete Jungle – NBWW projects line the sky – Curbed Miami

If you think Miami is starting to look a bit like a subtropical Manhattan, you ain’t see nothing yet. By 2020, downtown Miami could be denser than a vegan cupcake. A graphic artist at Brickell Magazine imagined the cityscape six years down the road. The depiction includes...
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Fontainebleau To Add Glassy Penthouses To “Spite Wall” – Curbed Miami

Wednesday, April 16, 2014, by Sean McCaughan The old historical feud between the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc Hotels that produced the Fontainebleau’s “Spite Wall”, actually called the Versailles Tower, was more or less resolved years ago. The Eden Roc built a...
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Fontainebleau’s New Two-Story Addition: For VIPs Only – exMiami

By exMiami Staff on April 7, 2014 Fontainebleau owner Jeff Soffer is moving to address a lack of VIP rooms at the property with a new two-story penthouse addition atop the the 17-story Versailles tower, once infamously known for it’s “Spite Wall”. If the plan is approved by the...
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Here’s What The Tequesta Site Downtown Will Look Like, And Why It’s Great For Miami | WLRN

By Nathaniel Sandler Barring any drastic moves by the Miami city commissioners Thursday, the controversial Tequesta site unearthed downtown will have a marquee showcase from the sidewalk and numerous interpretation options for visitors. City commissioners should not take issue...
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Artists renderings released for complex to feature Tequesta Native American Tribe relics – Miami-Dade – MiamiHerald.com

Posted on Wednesday, 03.26.14 By David Ovalle The public now has a glimpse of how developers building a Downtown Miami hotel-and-entertainment complex will display remnants of an ancient Tequesta Indian village unearthed at the construction site. The complex’s developer, MDM...
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Here Is The Plan For The Met Square Archeological Site – Archeological wonders – Curbed Miami

Wednesday, March 26, 2014, by Sean McCaughan   After lots, and lots of drama pertaining to the future of the archeological site discovered where the foundations of the future Met Square tower are supposed to go, developers MDM Development Group and their architects Nichols...
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