Just a reminder that, during the AIA national conference, which is in Miami this year, this week, one of the events is a multi-day charrette on the Miami River, which AIA is calling its Miami River Catalyst Plan. DawnTown attended the public visioning session today and was surprised at the civil discourse between marine industry and residential stakeholders, and the comprehensive visioning that took place. Final recommendations of the charrette will be presented at a public meeting on Wednesday, June 9 at 6 PM at the Hyatt in downtown, 400 SE 2nd Avenue, in the Ashe Auditorium. For more information, see original post below.
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