South Florida Best Block Video Entries


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Storified by The Miami Herald · Tue, Sep 18 2012 18:42:04

NE 29th Street - Miami's Best Urban Blockevermoresg
South Florida best block- *PLEASE LIKE* 200 block Clematis StreetRlpvp9uEsAHHn-Lkhcu8Zg
Best Block Contest 200 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida. Submitted by Little Gables Group.littlegablesgroup
Best Block: West Avenue between 9th & 10th Streetwavnamb
Best Block - 100 Block East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FLdelraybeachcra
Wynwood Walls 25 26 Street NW 2 Avenue 2 Largejoefurst
Best block in South Florida-Española Way.mpgLaaM3JfY9PXV_tZborYu9w
BestBlock Competition: Miami Lakesarchitecttree
The City of South Miamipreemotv
Commodore Plaza - South Florida's Best Block!visitcoconutgrove
Better Block Fort Lauderdale Time-lapsecistudios
Best Urban Block in S Floridarava1951
Espanola Way Best Block in Miami By Jared Robinsfisherj0618
My Best Block - Wilton Manors - Adrienne Folandwiltonmanorshomes
1900 Block of Downtown Hollywood, FLV57xsAEgq1m_M9xtZZ4ysg
South Florida's Best Block: Little Havanalittlehavanavideos
Emerge Miami Best Block NE 2nd Aveemergemiami
Emerge Miami Best Block Midtownemergemiami
South Florida's Best Urban Block: The 4600 Blockthegwenterprises
South Florida's Best Urban Blockmmurray800
Las Olas Boulevardfloridatravellife
Florida's best blocksInyI6UbjyNu-k7Ryb5i0Vg
200 Block of Aragon Avenue: The Best Block in South Florida, #sfbestblockojcorral
Emerge Miami Best Block Design District NE 2nd Ave at 40th Streetemergemiami
Emerge Miami Best Block Wynwoodemergemiami
Emerge Miami Rides NW 17th Ave for Miami's Best Blockemergemiami
South Florida's Best Block #sfbestblocksammysasson
South Florida Best Block - 200 Block of Miracle Mile3ps41BHAksQL50TCm2XFJg

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