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Recalling a Miami White Elephant; Jeanne Gang's Miami Tower

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1)Allapattah: For decades the summer training home of the Baltimore Orioles, the Miami Stadium was a notorious 'white elephant' towards the end of its life. Do check out this documentary on its rise and fall and on why maybe we shouldn't take white elephants for granted so quickly.

2) Design District: Starchitect Jeanne Gang is designing a condo tower for Miami's Design District, with 76 units and 20,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Here it is.

3) Coconut Grove: This charming "Classical French Manor" has hit the market for $5.9 million. While it may only be vaguely french, it certainly is charming, and (oh my) comes with "lounging rooms."
· Curbed Miami [miami.curbed]