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The ‘Real Deal’ Really Just Used This Photo to Talk About What’s New With Condos

May 12, 2016 by Sean McCaughan
Downtown Miami in 2002.

Downtown Miami in 2002.

Ladies and gentlemen, as the filename clearly states, this is Downtown Miami and Brickell in 2002. Yes, 14 short years ago the Miami skyline was virtually unrecognizable to what it is today. This is why we can’t believe The Real Deal, one of the primary news sources for real estate in South Florida, used it for an article on current trends in luxury condo design in Miami. It’s like, just throw up a rendering of a dog spa, seriously. The article reported on a panel discussion at Ornare that happened yesterday, coinciding with Maison & Objet. We were there. The food was good, especially the tenderloin niblets and the risotto, and the talk was light and semi-informative, even with a star studded list of panelists. Check out Real Deal’s coverage for talking points if you’re so interested (spoiler alert: people like high ceilings).

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It’s not like there aren’t dozens of search engines for royalty free photos on the net. This is what happens when you get lazy.

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