Episode 1: Allapattah: The Next Big Transformation
One of Miami’s historic neighborhoods is undergoing big changes. Centrally located in the heart of Miami-Dade County, Allapattah’s development has been steadily accelerating, a trend that has encouraged the adoption of adaptive reuse utilized extensively in neighboring Wynwood. In Episode 1 of Old Structures, New Purpose: Mastering the Practice of Adaptive Reuse, Land Development & Government Relations attorneys Javier F. Aviñó and Carly S. Grimm discuss these changes, the trends that are shaping Allapattah’s future, and the role of adaptive reuse in its momentum-gaining transformation.
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