The Miami historic preservation board will vote today on whether to designate the tiled, eight-story Bacardi Tower on Biscayne Boulevard as a historic building. The former Bacardi headquarters, and its companion square annex building, both designed by Cuban-born architect Ignacio Carrera-Justiz, are expected to get the historic designation. An earlier vote was delayed by Bacardi, which is moving its headquarters to Coral Gables.
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