overhanging eaves; balcony on second and third floor of north elevation; glass block openings on south elevation; steel pipe columns supporting the balconies; horizontal score lines on south elevation;
Originally, the structure on 124 11th street was the garage to the Harry Tuttle residence that once occupied 1059 Collins Ave. The residence was demolished in 1959 and replaced by a two-story apartment building of 14 efficiencies. However, the garage on 11th street remained and has undergone several additions and alterations. In 1948, Alexander Lewis added an outside fire escape as well as steel and concrete stairs to the structure. In 1951, concrete stairs was added to the second floor balcony and in 1954, there was an addition of a porch.
Designated at Local level : Ocean-Drive Collins Avenue Historic District
This is a 3-story apartment building in the Other style built in 1926. The structural system is cement blocks. The foundation is reinforced concrete. Exterior walls are original cement. The building has a flat roof. Windows are replacement aluminum jalousie. The primary entryway is a double glass door centered on the north elevation.
* Date source: City of Miami Beach Building Department records
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