From a Bloomberg article by Bob Ivry:
The skyline of Miami is visible from Key Biscayne, the barrier island where John Rosser lives. Some nights the real estate broker scans the new buildings and sees more dark windows than lighted.
That skyline — dozens of huge towers, some with lighted crowns, stairwells, and parking garages; others with silent cranes; most of them otherwise eerily dark shadows looming overhead — makes downtown Miami feel like a post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie. Just saying.