Shari Lynn Hurtado P.A.
Beautiful 1926 Mission Design Style Apartment building located in the Buena Vista Neighborhood within the City of Miami. Throughout the Land Boom of the 1920s, the area was developed as the Biltmore and Shadowlawn subdivisions.
The three architectural styles Art Deco, Mediterranean and MiMo (Miami Modernism) are predominant in Miami Beach. The four main Historic Districts in Miami Beach are Espanola Way, Collins / Washington Avenues, Museum, and Flamingo Park.
Art Deco design has glass block, eyebrows, round porthole windows, curved edges and neon lighting. Terrazzo floors were common in Art Deco design buildings.
Mediterranean Revival style used during 1920 features decorative columns, stucco walls, arched windows balconies, clay tile roof and wrought iron fixtures.
The MiMo building style was popular in the 1950s and featured metal louvers , tiled mosaic and open balconies.
The architects that each designed over twenty five building in Miami Beach during 1920-1959 were Albert Anis, Gerard Pitt, Gilbert M. Fein, Henry Hohauser, L. Murray Dixon, and T. Hunter Henderson.
Unique 1939 house with original oak floors, stone carved fireplace mantel, original one of a kind front door and open ceiling beams located in the Village of Miami Shores.