Debuting in November, in time for this year's incarnation of Art Basel Miami Beach, the Design District is getting a set of "larger-than-life seating capsules with colorful, shaggy surfaces," a floating dome that looks like a disco ball, and "brightly hued wind chimes, hundreds of which will be hung like melody making ornaments," all by Miami-based architect Germane Barnes.
A roundup of the latest South (and in this case, Central) Florida real estate news:
Based in the rather odd little town of Clewiston, FL, the U.S. Sugar Corporation is the largest sugar cane producer in the country and the mack daddy of Florida's massive sugar industry, known collectively as Big Sugar.
Welp, the legendary Shorty's Barbecue, which has occupied its prime location on US-1 for 70 years, adjacent to the Dadeland South Metrorail Station, is being replaced by two gigantic transit-oriented towers.
And now, a Thursday morning South Florida real estate news roundup while we watch Hurricane Ian huff and puff its way north:
They say a kitchen renovation can test any marriage, but apparently not for a former Detroit automotive CEO and his interior designer partner.
And now, the daily real estate news roundup:
An architectural ideas competition is looking for proposals that explore the idea of floating affordable housing in Biscayne Bay, to address the dual issues of climate change and housing affordability in South Florida. The competition brief overlooks the many complications that would make something like this extremely difficult if not impossible to build, not the least of which is environmental concerns, but focusing on these main problems it hopes to find some innovative solutions.

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