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"All I will say at this point is that MAM – obviously lacking a location directly on Biscayne Boulevard – can only do so much to address the street, and the notion of the building as a buffer to Interstate 395 seems valid."
The lack of location directly on Biscayne is exactly what I am talking about! Although I would like to see a future without I-395, I understand the idea of buffering the highway. What is less clear to me is why the museum has to be so far from the street.

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