What’s in a name if you can’t use it?

If it’s an art deco shrine on Miami Beach like the Cadillac Hotel, Majestic, Astor, Dupont, Golden Nugget Motel, Mayfair House Hotel, Ritz Plaza, Blackstone, Carlton, Commodore, Waldorf Towers or Shelborne — most listed under the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 — it’s 40 to 60 years of heritage.

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