Getting lost in the Copper Corridor

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Can you guess where in the Copper Corridor this photo was taken? If you guessed Miami, then you would be right. This is Miami’s Central Building at 422 W. Sullivan St., Miami. It is the home of Arizona Water Company. Over the next couple of months, theNuggetwill take our readers on a journey through the Copper Corridor, helping you to ‘Get Lost.’Andrea Justice | Pinal Nugget

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