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Key West’s Historic Homes

Posted on 08/09/2021

Key West is a place we all enjoy visiting for it’s laid back and stress-free vibes.  But did you know that it is full of historic homes?  One of the great pleasures of visiting Key West is admiring the hundreds of historic homes that have been lovingly preserved and restored. ...

Morningside | Historic Neighborhood

Posted on 08/09/2021

In the middle of Biscayne Bay and points west of Biscayne Boulevard from Northeast Fifty-Fifth Street to Sixtieth Street, the northern portion of the Morningside neighborhood is a perfect example of a neighborhood making its comeback. Within the 1960s and 70s, while residents in the surrounding neighborhoods were fleeing to...

Swim From Room To Room In This Miami Historic Home

Posted on 11/05/2020

This is one unique historic spot that you won’t want to miss out reading about.  You might think having a pool in your backyard was the highlight of luxury. The house in mention is so fancy that it has its own name: Woodsong, created by the architect Alfred Browning Parker,...

What’s going to happen to 603 Minorca Ave?

Posted on 11/03/2020

It’s important to stand together and fight for history so that it never disappears.  When communities grow, this can be a true challenge and if we just sit back, it will vanish. The latest preservation appeal is for a little stucco and stone cottage at 603 Minorca in Coral Gables...

Coral Gables History

Posted on 08/31/2020

Coral Gables, also known as “The Gables” is a well-known area in Miami with loads of history that is a major part of the story and value of the city.  This dates all the way back to the early 1900’s and you will see so much of the Mediterranean Revival...

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