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Morris Lapidus' Ainsley Building Gets Sexy Nighttime Glow

The Flagler Street office building originally known as the Ainsley Building was designed by seminal MiMo architect Morris Lapidus in 1952, just around the time he designed his most famous building, the Fontainebleau. Having been renamed One Flagler by developer Harvey Hernandez's Newgard Group, it's now being renovated and converted to office condos, with a new illumination scheme added to the exterior to show off the architecture. That lighting was recently turned on at a neighborhood illumination event on August 13th, and, well, it just looks really good.
· Miami's Ainsley Building, architectural avant garde of 1952 [Curbed]
· Iconic Miami Downtown office building set to go condo [Herald]

Ainsley Building

14 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida