Miami Beach Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings

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Post Office
Miami Beach, FL
This Miami Beach Post Office was designed by Howard Lovewell Cheney. It was built in 1937 with WPA funding. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Temple Emanu-El
Miami Beach, FL
1200 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
Temple Emanu-El was designed by Charles Greco and Albert Anis. It was built from 1946-1948 as the Miami Beach Jewish Center. It was renamed Temple Emanu-El in 1954. [map]

The 1200 Washington Avenue building was designed by Henry Hohauser and built in 1947. It has housed several restaurants in recent years. The building was vacant in 2020 when this photo was taken. [map]

6891 Bay Dr.
Miami Beach, FL
760 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach, FL
5959 La Gorce Drive
Miami Beach, FL
The apartments at 6891 Bay Dr. were designed by Joseph J. DeBrita and built in 1940. [map]

The apartments at 760 Euclid Ave. were designed by Henry Hohauser and built in 1947. The building now houses the Norma Beach Condos. [map]

The house at 5959 Lagorce Drive was built in 1934. [map]

412 Ocean Dr.
Miami Beach, FL
842-846 Pennsylvania Ave.
Miami Beach, FL
The apartments at 412 Ocean Dr. were built in 1947. [map]

The apartments at 842-846 Pennsylvania Ave. was designed by Gilbert M. Fein and built in 1949. The building is now known as David's Deco Apartments. [map]

Lincoln Arms
Miami Beach, FL
The Lincoln Arms apartment building was designed by A. H. Baxter & Gerard Pitt and built in 1948. [map]

former Hoffman's Cafeteria
Miami Beach, FL
Lincoln-Drexel Building
Miami Beach, FL
Hoffman's Cafeteria was designed by Henry Hohauser and built in 1939. Later, the building housed the Warsaw Ballroom, the Club Ovo, and the China Club. Jerry's Famous Deli operated here from the early 2000s until 2014. In 2015, Senor Frog's Restaurant opened in the building. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

The Lincoln-Drexel Building was designed by Robert Little and built in 1937. [map]

Beach Patrol Headquarters
Miami Beach, FL
The Beach Patrol Headquarters was designed by Robert Taylor and built in 1934. [map]

Miami Beach Senior High School Gymnasium
Miami Beach, FL
The Miami Beach Senior High School Gymnasium was designed by August Geiger and built in 1936. [map]

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