498 ne 78 st Little River hotel
Beautiful Property in Miami
Constructed in 1925 as a home for The Miami News, the Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College was modeled after the Giralda Cathedral Bell Tower in Seville, Spain. Striking in its architectural detail with its octagonal tower and richly ornamented facade, it remains one of South Florida’s most distinctive historic buildings.
The design for our house relies on a back-to-the-basics approach – specifically studying old architectural models that care about good form but are also good for something. Each design decision was organized around four central questions that challenge the culture for building big: what is necessary; how can we minimize our impact on the earth; how do we respect the context of the neighborhood; and what can we really build?
Located in the Miami neighborhood of Edgewater, this multi family home built in 1925 has an estimated value of $1.7 million.
Constructed in 1942 as the Richmond Naval Air Station (NAS) Headquarters, this historic local WWII NAS was used as a blimp base that provided air patrol for the southeastern coast of the United States against German attacks during World War II. For 50 years afterwards, the building served as the local US Army and Marine Corps Reserve Center and training base for covert CIA operations for anti-Castro freedom fighters during the Cold War.
Three main types of masonry construction date to the early days of Miami-Dade County: hollow clay tile, concrete block, and oolitic limestone. Hollow clay tile, lighter than concrete block, was used up to the 1920s in large construction projects. Concrete blocks were easily manufactured from local materials. Rusticated concrete blocks, molded to resemble rough-cut stone, were popular prior to 1920 and are still seen in Little Havana.
118 Northeast 2nd Street, downtown Miami, the Gesu Church is a historic Roman Catholic church founded in 1896, the year Miami was born!
This mid-century modern office building located in downtown North Miami has won awards for it's architecture and landscaping.
Beautiful property located in Shorecrest
3120 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140
David W Dyer Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse , downtown Miami 300 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33132
Circa 1918 , Miami downtown.
The buildings name is Babylon because of the ziggurat design and balconies draped in vines, evoking the ancient Hanging Gardens of, Babylon, hence the multifamily name.
The owners of the Normandy Plaza Hotel which has been boarded up since 2013 and was on the brink of demolition just two months ago have begun engaging with the City on plans for future repairs.
Bauhaus style, built 1965 and located at 815 sw 13 ct Little Havana
Built 2000, Art Deco style building located at 833 sw 13 ct Little Havana
720 nw 12 ct Miami
Florida Victorian Vernacular architectural style, built in 1918.
The two-story building was completed during World War 2, in 1944. It includes 7,207 square feet of space on a 15,000 square foot lot. Melo group owns the land and turning it into a Downtown 5th rental towers.
This bungalow style home with built in 1914 with pinewood and lime stone!!