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What South Florida Developers Can Learn From New York’s $6.7M Graffiti Case


MIAMI–Graffiti helps make South Florida neighborhoods like Wynwood and FAT Village what they are. And while many artists have been arrested for tagging, in one case the graffiti artists won out. Selectleaders real estate job network is seeking an intern ...


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