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October 24, 2012 4:46 PM

Miami’s gleaming new towers are designed tougher, but remain untested by hurricanes

From high-altitude swaying to ground-level flooding, high-rises can face a lot of drama during a hurricane. Miami’s new towers are designed to be safer than the old ones, but have never been through a real storm.

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