Mead Construction Co
oolitic limestone; porthole windows; overall symmetrical; segmental arches; built-in ornamental pilasters; cornice; terrazzo floor;
Designated at National level
Miami Beach Architectural District
Designated at Local level : Flamingo Park Historic District
This is a 1-story commercial building in the Art Deco style built in 1928. The foundation is wood piling. Exterior walls are original oolitic limestone and replacement stucco. Windows are replacement aluminum fixed. The windows on the upper portion of the north elevation are a combination of ornamental porthole windows and recessed segmental arch windows. Oolitic limestone is used on the building’s surface to frame and accentuate these openings. On the lower portion of the structure are fixed replacement windows. There are three entryways to different commercial businesses on the north elevation. The two entryways on the left side of the structure are double glass doors recessed behind a segmental arch opening. On the right side of the elevation is a double glass door entryway recessed behind a large semicircular arch opening.
* Date source: City of Miami Beach Building Department records
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