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Glenn H. Curtiss Mansion and Gardens, 500 Deer Run, Miami Springs, Florida, USA / Built: 1925 / Architect: Glenn Hammond Curtiss / Floors: 2 / Architectural Style: Pueblo Revival / Building Usage: Event Space / Added to NRHP: December 21, 2001

The Glenn H. Curtiss Mansion and Gardens is a historic home located at 500 Deer Run in Miami Springs, Florida, and open to the public as an event space or for private tours by prior arrangement. It is located at the northern edge of Miami International Airport. Designed in the …

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Opa Locka City Hall, 777 Sharazad Boulevard, Opa Locka, Miami-Dade Couny, Florida, USA / Architect: Bernhardt Muller / Completed: 1926 / Architectural Style: Moorish Revival architecture

In a city where the town hall is a sheik’s palace, the Chamber of Commerce is a Turkish harem, and the train station is a mosque, you would probably expect to be somewhere in the Middle East. But no, this is Opa-Locka, Florida, a diminutive city northwest of Miami with …

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Panorama Tower, 1101 Brickell Avenue Miami, Florida, USA / Architect: Moshe Cosicher AIA; FONS Inc. / Completed: 2017 / Architectural Style: Modernism / Height: 868 ft (265 m) / Floor count: 82 / Floor area: 2,600,000 square feet (241,548 m2)

Panorama Tower, previously known as 1101 Brickell, is a mixed-use skyscraper under construction in Miami, Florida, United States. It is located in the Brickell district of Downtown Miami. It was originally approved by the City of Miami and the Federal Aviation Administration in 2006 but was put on hold due …

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Courtyard Cadillac Miami Beach Oceanfront, 3925 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, U.S.A. / Completed: 1940 / Renovations: 2004 / Architect: Roy France / Style: Art Deco

"A History of the Cadillac Hotel" “An Architectural Gem that Stands the Test of Time” The Courtyard by Marriott Miami Beach Oceanfront is a stunning boutique Art Deco hotel that has graced Collins Avenue and the shores of Miami Beach for almost seven decades. With a $40 million restoration in …

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