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Public Art At Botanical Garden; Related Buys Big Site

SOUTH BEACH—The Bass Museum is opening the latest in their 'Temporary Contemporary' series of public art installations around Miami Beach tonight, this time in the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. Artist Nayda Collazo-Llorens has created large stickers with quotes - the quotes collected from informal surveys at the museum - and stuck them all around the garden.

BRICKELL—The Related Group has purchased an empty 1.37 acre plot of land, the former site of the unbuilt Premiere Towers, directly between Mary Brickell Village and the Brickell CityCentre construction site for $32 million according to the DBR. Crescent Heights, the developer that had originally planned to built Premiere Towers, remains a partner on the project. More on the project, including renderings of the old 'Premiere Towers' design by Bermello Ajamil & Partners, are over here. BTdubs, it's right on South Miami Avenue, a.k.a. that street Jorge Perez wants to pedestrianize.