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The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU is located in two restored historic buildings that were formerly synagogues, at 301 & 311 Washington Ave., in Miami Beach, Florida. The main Museum building, at 301 Washington Ave., was built in 1936, is on the National Register of Historic Places, has Art Deco features, a copper dome, a marble bimah and 80 stained glass windows. The adjacent building located at 311 Washington, which served as Miami Beachs first synagogue, was purchased by the Museum in 2005 and ...
 
 

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The Miami Beach Police Department is the police department of the U.S. city of Miami Beach, Florida, patrolling the entire Miami Beach area, although they sometimes cooperate with the county-wide Miami-Dade Police Department. The Miami Beach Police are famous for their bicycle patrols, which wear dark blue shorts and white short-sleeve uniform tops. The bicycle patrols were created due to the frequent traffic congestion of the Miami Beach isles (particularly in the famous Ocean Drive area on Sou...
 
 Flamingo Field was a ballpark at the corner of 15th Street and Michigan Avenue^ in Miami Beach, Florida home to Miami Beach minor-league clubs and the spring training home of the New York Giants in 1934 and 1935, the Philadelphia Phillies from 1940 to 1942, and again in 1946, and the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1947. Capacity was approximately 3,000 for baseball. The center field fence was 386 feet from homeplate. The park was also referred to as Flamingo Park which is also the name of the area in whi...
Neighborhoods in Miami Beach, Florida, Geography of Miami-Dade County, Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Buildings and structures in Miami Beach, Florida, Art Deco architecture in Florida, Historic districts in Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Miami-Dade County, Historic American Buildings Survey in Florida, Miami-Dade County, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons ...The Miami Beach Architectural District (also known as Old Miami Beach Historic District, and the more popular term, Miami Art Deco District) is a U.S. historic district (designated as such on May 14, 1979) located in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach, Florida. The area was well known as the district, that Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace resided in a mansion in Ocean Drive. It is bounded^ by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Sixth Street to the south, Alton Road to the west, the C...
 
 
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Surfcomber is a boutique hotel in the historic art-deco district of South Beach, Miami, Florida. The Surfcomber was built in 1948. It was acquired by the Kimpton hotel chain in April 2011 and reopened after a full renovation by Kimpton on December 1, 2011. The hotel managed to sell out in the opening week which occurred during Art Basel Miami Beach. The hotel is known for throwing some of the biggest and most anticipated pool parties each year in Miami and served as headquarters for MTV during t...
The Half Moon (also known as the Germania and Exen) is a racing sailboat which sank in 1930 near Miami, Florida, United States. It is located outside Bear Cut off Key Biscayne. Originally christened Germania, the racing yacht was built by Krupp-Germania-Werft in 1908 in Kiel, Germany. In 1914 the yacht visited Southampton, England, to water and was taken as a prize of war. After changing hands several times, and suffering at the hands of an especially violent storm off Virginia, the yacht became...
 
Education in Miami, Florida, Educational institutions established in 1943, Oceanographic institutions, Research institutes in the United States, University of Miami, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from April 2012, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles with inconsistent citation formats, Good articles, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2011, All articles containing poten...
Historic districts in Florida, Geography of Miami-Dade County, Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Buildings and structures in Miami Beach, Florida, Art Deco architecture in Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Miami-Dade County, Historic American Buildings Survey in Florida, Moderne architecture in Florida, Mediterranean Revival architecture in Florida, Miami-Dade County, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categ...The Collins Waterfront Architectural District is a historic district in Miami Beach, Florida, that includes 110 contributing buildings and structures built in the late 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, centering on Collins Avenue. The predominant styles include moderne, Art Deco and Mediterranean Revival architecture, as well as the local Miami Modern style. The chief contributing resources are large resort hotels. The district is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, and by 24th Street, Indian Creek...
The Venetian Islands are a chain of artificial islands in Biscayne Bay in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The islands are, from west to east: Biscayne Island (Miami), San Marco Island (Miami), San Marino Island (Miami Beach), Di Lido Island (Miami Beach), Rivo Alto Island (Miami Beach), and Belle Isle (Miami Beach). Flagler Monument Island remains an uninhabited picnic island, originally built in 1920 as a memorial to railroad pioneer Henry Flagler. The islands are connected by bri...
 
Toll bridges in Florida, Roads in Miami, Florida, Roads in Miami Beach, Florida, Roads in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Causeways in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Intracoastal Waterway, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Bridges completed in 1913, Road bridges in Florida, Drawbridges on the National Register of Historic Places, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using Infobox bridge with ...The Venetian Causeway crosses Biscayne Bay between Miami on the mainland and Miami Beach on a barrier island in south Florida. The man-made Venetian Islands and non-bridge portions of the causeway were created by materials which came from the dredging of the bay. The Venetian Causeway follows the original route of the Collins Bridge, a wooden 2.5 mi (4 km) long structure built in 1913 by John S. Collins and Carl G. Fisher which opened up the barrier island for unprecedented growth and developmen...
 The Bass Museum of Art is an art museum located in Miami Beach, Florida in the United States. The museum specializes in exhibitions of contemporary art. The Bass Museum was founded in 1963 by the City of Miami Beach with a private donation of close to 500 works of Renaissance and Baroque art by collectors John and Johanna Bass. The museum occupies the 1930s Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center designed by Russell Pancoast, grandson of MIami Beach pioneer John Collins. The building was place...
Tequesta Point is a complex of residential high-rises in Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It consists of three skyscraper buildings located on Brickell Key, an urban island to the east of the Central Business District. Three Tequesta Point, the tallest of the three, was completed in 2001. It is 480 ft (146 m) tall, and has 46 floors. Two Tequesta Point, the central building of the complex, was completed in 1999. It is 410 ft (125 m) tall, and has 40 floors. One Tequesta Point, the origina...
 
Asia is a residential skyscraper on Brickell Key in the Brickell district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. The tower rises 483 feet (147 m), with 36 floors. Asia was topped out in mid-2007, and was completed structurally in January 2008. It is currently the 20th-tallest building in Miami. The tower is one of several new residential developments taking place in Miami, and is a part of the citys recent Manhattanization wave. The architectural firm who designed the building was J Scott Ar...

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The Brickell Avenue Bridge is a bascule bridge in Downtown Miami, Florida, that carries U.S. Route 1 (Brickell Avenue) over the Miami River. The original Brickell Avenue Bridge was built in 1929, and replaced in 1995. The Brickell Avenue Bridge was widened by one additional northbound lane in 2006 to reduce the traffic bottleneck through downtown. Before this there were three southbound but only two northbound lanes. Currently there are three lanes in each direction as well as a pedestrian walkw...
The Miami Center is a skyscraper in downtown Miami, Florida. Although Miami Center is not the citys tallest building, it is a symbol of early downtown. Built in 1983, it is older compared with most of the taller buildings in Miami, which have been built in the last decade. In addition, the Miami Center is immediately adjacent to Bayfront Park, and is unobstructed when looking at the skyline from Miami Beach to the east. The building is 484 ft (148 m) tall and has 34 floors. It is located on Bisc...
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The Mark on Brickell is a residential high-rise building located in the Brickell district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. Standing at 420 feet (128 meters), the building is currently the 46th-tallest building in the city (as of May 2008). The building is directly on the Biscayne Bay waterfront and its address is 1155 Brickell Bay Drive. The Mark on Brickell houses 36 floors, and was completed in 2001. The buildings developer was Thomas Kramers Portofino Group in partnership with the R...
Southeast Financial Center is a two-acre development in Miami, Florida, United States. It consists of a 765 feet (233 m) tall office skyscraper and its 15-story parking garage. It was previously known as the Southeast Financial Center (1984�1992), the First Union Financial Center (1992�2003), and the Wachovia Financial Center (2003-2011). In 2011, it retook its old name of Southeast Financial Center as Wachovia became Wells Fargo and moved into its new headquarters, the nearby Wells Fargo Ce...
One Bayfront Plaza is a supertall skyscraper approved for construction in the U.S. city of Miami, Florida. If completed, the building would stand at 1,010 feet (308 m), with 80 floors, becoming the tallest building in Miami and Florida. One Bayfront Plaza would primarily consist of offices and hotel space, but also would include a retail mall, condominiums, and parking garage on the lower levels, as well as possibly an observation deck at the top. The entire project consists of over 1,400,000 sq...
The Dr. James Madison Jackson Office is a historic site in Miami, Florida. It is located at 190 Southeast 12th Terrace. The first resident physician of Miami, Dr. James M. Jackson, had his office and surgery in this building. More recently, it became the offices of the Dade Heritage Trust. On February 24, 1975, the structure was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The building is located in the center of Brickell, near Downtown Miami. A great nephew, James Madison Barco, is n...
The Miami Circle, also known as The Miami River Circle, Brickell Point, or The Miami Circle at Brickell Point Site, is an archaeological site in Downtown Miami, Florida. It consists of a perfect circle measuring 38 feet (11.5m) of 600 postmolds that contain 24 holes or basins cut into the limestone bedrock, on a coastal spit of land, surrounded by a large number of other minor holes. It is the only known evidence of a prehistoric permanent structure cut into the bedrock in the Eastern United Sta...
  
  
The Royal Palm Hotel was a large resort hotel built by well-known railroad magnate Henry Flagler in Miami, Florida. Opening its doors in 1897, the Royal Palm Hotel was one of the first area hotels in Miami. Five stories tall with a sixth-floor salon, the Royal Palm Hotel featured the citys first electric lights, elevators and swimming pool. Almost thirty years later, The Royal Palm Hotel was grievously damaged by the 1926 hurricane, and infested with termites. In 1930, it was condemned and torn ...
The Icon Brickell complex is an urban development center in Miami, Florida, United States. It is located on the south side of the Miami River in Downtowns northern Brickell Financial District. The complex consists of three skyscrapers and the Icon Brickell Plaza, connecting the towers at their base. The first two towers, the Icon Brickell North Tower and Icon Brickell South Tower, are twin buildings. Each one is 586 feet (179 m) tall with 58 floors. The third phase of the complex is the Viceroy ...

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Plaza on Brickell is an urban development in Miami, Florida, United States. The complex consists of two skyscrapers and a retail center at the base, connecting the two towers. The towers completed construction in late 2007. The Plaza on Brickell Tower I, the taller of the two buildings, rises 186 metres (610 ft) and 56 floors. The Plaza on Brickell Tower II is 525 feet (160 m) tall, and has 48 floors. The two towers, although different in height, are twin towers in design. Both are built on land...
500 Brickell is a residential complex in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, Florida, United States. The complex consists of two condominium towers, 500 Brickell West Tower and 500 Brickell East Tower. The two buildings were designed as twin towers, and rise 426 feet (130 meters), with 42 floors. Both skyscrapers were designed by the Arquitectonica architectural firm, and the complex was developed by Thomas Kramers Portofino Group in partnership with the Related Group of Florida. The towers cons...
 
 
701 Brickell Avenue, is an office skyscraper in the Brickell district of Miami, Florida, United States. It is located on Brickell Avenue in the northern Brickell Financial District, just three blocks from Biscayne Bay. The tower was built in 1986 and opened as the Lincoln Center, it held that title until 2004. It currently goes by its address, which is 701 Brickell, because there was already a building in Miami at the time that claimed the Bank of America litigation, and therefore it could not t...
Skyscrapers in Miami, Florida, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified buildings, Skyscrapers between 100 and 149 meters, Office buildings in Miami, Florida, Proposed skyscrapers in the United States, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from October 2013, Articles that may contain original research from March 2012, All articles that may contain original research, Wikipedia articles with possible conflicts of interest from M...The Brickell World Plaza, also known as 600 Brickell, and formerly known as the Brickell Financial Center, is an office skyscraper in Miami, Florida, United States in the Downtown neighborhood and financial district of Brickell at 600 Brickell Avenue. The former Brickell Financial Centre Phase I, the Brickell World Plaza, is a 520-foot (160 m) skyscraper, one of the tallest buildings in Miami. The building contains 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2) of leasable floor space, an eleven story parking ...
 
 The 1221 Brickell Building is a high-rise tower in downtown Miami, Florida. It is located in the Brickell area of Miamis Financial District. It is on Brickell Avenue near Southeast 12th Street, three blocks west of Biscayne Bay. The building is known for its all-glass, tiered sides, and was completed in 1986. In 2005, the building lost many glass panels during Hurricane Wilma.citation needed] The building is 365 feet (111 m), with 28 floors. It is used entirely for office space and is one of Bri...
 Panorama Tower, previously known as 1101 Brickell, is a mixed-use skyscraper under construction in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, Florida. It was originally approved by the City of Miami and the Federal Aviation Administration in 2006 but was put on hold due to the Great Recession. The project was revived in 2012 when owner Tibor Hollo announced plans to begin construction of the tower. In 2013, the project was revised; the 822 feet (251 m) tower is stated to include residential, hotel, ret...
 
Vizcayne (formerly known as Everglades on the Bay) is an urban development in the City of Miami, Florida, United States. It is located in northeastern Downtown, and forms part of the Biscayne Wall, a series of skyscrapers visible from Biscayne Bay along the west side of Biscayne Boulevard. It consists of two residential skyscrapers, North Tower and the South Tower as well as a retail center. The buildings were topped out (reached full height) in 2007, and were completed in early 2008. They are l...

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  Fisher Island is a census-designated place of metropolitan Miami, Florida, located on a barrier island of the same name. As of the 2010 census, Fisher Island had the highest per capita income of any place in the United States. The CDP had only 226 households and a total population of 132 persons. A relatively small part of the northern part of the island is incorporated as a part of the city of Miami Beach.  

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