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The Haddon Hall
by Naomi Harris
Miami Beach in the late 90’s was coming to the end of an era. Once called “God’s waiting room,” retirees by the thousands would descend on the mile and a half long spit each winter. Cheap hotels, cheap flights, and a warm breeze coming off the Atlantic was the perfect antidote t o anyone on a pension escaping the cold. But development and gentrification had come to Miami, and retirees found themselves priced out by hotels advertising to a newer, younger crowd. Of the few affordable places left was Haddon Hall. “Haddon Hall wasn’t their first choice,” says photographer Naomi Harris of the retirees in her photographs. “It was the last resort.”
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