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Miami’s Little River Resurgence

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Miami’s Little River Resurgence

Our headquarter’s is located in an eclectic industrial district called Little River. It’s a neighborhood we are proud to call home. Over the recent years, especially, Little River has experienced quite the resurgence as more businesses, galleries, restaurants and the likes establish their presence into this interwoven quaint community.

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from ArchPaper.com‘s, Barozzi Veiga to design campus for mainstay Miami nonprofit Oolite Arts

Needless to say, I was thrilled to learn that this special place is garnering attention for incredible future growth. Oolites Arts  Miami’s largest support organization for visual artists has tapped Barozzi Veiga to design their new headquarters, which will be located inside a 35,000 square-foot campus running alongside our Florida East Coast Railway. Miami-based form Charles Benson will serve as the architect of record for the arts center. Bravo!

Michelle Witherby
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