The well-known Miami Beach neighborhood of South Beach encompasses several equally remarkable smaller neighborhoods, including Flamingo Park, City Center, Flamingo Lummus, and the Art Deco District. The Art Deco District is bounded by 17th Street/Hank Meyer Boulevard on the north, Ocean Drive on the east, 6th Street on the south, and Lennox Avenue on the west. The Art Deco District’s boundaries stretch to the southernmost edge of Miami Beach, a city that was incorporated in 1915 and today serves as home to nearly eighty-eight thousand residents. Comprising just over seven square miles, Miami Beach encompasses the world’s largest collection of Art Deco buildings, and every year hundreds of buyers are drawn to the area in search of these historic properties for their homes or businesses.
Most Art Deco structures in the Art Deco Historic District of Miami Beach have experienced some sort of renovation but to varying degrees. The nine hundred and sixty architectural gems located in this area were declared a United States Historic District in 1979. Many of the historic properties in the Art Deco District have been converted to luxury hotels, including Park Central Hotel, the Barbizon, the Ocean Five Hotel, and the Avalon Hotel. There are guided tours through the area along Washington Avenue, Collins Avenue, and Ocean Drive, between 5th and 23rd Streets. The tour includes historic properties in Art Deco style, as well as in Miami Modern and Mediterranean Revival styles. Much of the real estate in the Art Deco District consists of colorful structures, including vibrant greens, yellows, and oranges, as well as pastel pinks and blues, many with intricate elements and intriguing details.
Many Art Deco structures in the neighborhood have extravagant features like terrazzo floors, chrome accents, glass blocks, shiny curves, porthole windows, and prominent statues or fountains. Art Deco District real estate in the Flamingo Lummus area of South Beach includes many condos. Condos in the Art Deco District primarily consist of older buildings that have been renovated and rehabilitated. Real estate in the Art Deco District also includes a very small number of vacant lots and some commercial properties. In fact, most zoning in the Art Deco District is multifamily and commercial. If you would like to learn more about the currently listed properties in South Beach’s Art Deco District in Miami Beach, Florida, we will happily answer all of your questions when you contact us at your earliest convenience.
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