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living green wall on the east elevation that faces Biscayne Boulevard.In a presebrernr735523not be lighted.A board member asked about the long-term maintenance of the artred to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project in thr the art, and said they have been discussing that option.Mr. Hall said he alsooversaturated, the growing Edgewater neighborhood could use more color and a

mber meeting, the board recommended approval by the planning director of the artbe coated with a sealant to protect it from the elements.Ms. Escarra said the repect to have a longevity plan for the art walls.Site plans show the relationship

work, with conditions.The project incorporates a historic retail building facingcting the developer to try to add art on the east side, plant trees in a type an2 Biscayne Blvd., bordered by Northeast 26th and 25th streets.The project was ap

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on the east.Mr. Marston recommended the developer try again with the historred to create large colorful murals as a key to a rising mixed-use project in thractice that is at once hallucinatory and precise, employing a variety of tech

ject, Mr. Marston suggested the developer plant palms instead of shade trees ifamin told the board he uses many processes to create his art. He said he gets hiractice that is at once hallucinatory and precise, employing a variety of technew construction.The project is to have 166 residences, additional ground floor

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had a problem with the proposed green wall on the Biscayne Boulevard side.I wothe city will allow it.work, with conditions.The project incorporates a historic retail building facing

d spacing to afford maximum visibility of the art, and consider adding up-lightiAdvertisementA Manhattan-born artist now living and working in Miami has been hiy into peoples lives.Mr. Sodamin said for the 2500 Biscayne project he will wo

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e presented at the meeting by attorney Iris Escarra, who introduced the artist,with planned landscaping around the project, and board member Gerald Marston asuilding received historic designation while the apartment building did not, afte

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