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  • Quaint Cauley Square gets a facelift

    Cauley Square has turned into a quaint collection of more than two dozen Old Florida cottages, shops, restaurants, gardens and galleries. They popped up around the main building — originally a two-story flatiron structure that Cauley built as a warehouse 113 years ago.

Cauley Square has turned into a quaint collection of more than two dozen Old Florida cottages, shops, restaurants, gardens and galleries. They popped up around the main building — originally a two-story flatiron structure that Cauley built as a warehouse 113 years ago. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Cauley Square has turned into a quaint collection of more than two dozen Old Florida cottages, shops, restaurants, gardens and galleries. They popped up around the main building — originally a two-story flatiron structure that Cauley built as a warehouse 113 years ago. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

Cauley Square: the village that ‘refuses to die’

August 25, 2016 7:30 AM