ListMoto - Downtown Miami Historic District

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The Downtown Miami Historic District is a U.S. historic district (designated as such on December 6, 2005) located in the CBD of Downtown Miami, Florida. The district is bounded by Miami Court, North Third Street, West Third Avenue, and South Second Street.[2] It contains 60 historic buildings. A large portion the buildings in the historic district were built during the Florida land boom of the 1920s, when Miami experienced rapid population growth. Many of the older structures from before the 1920s, were smaller scale buildings and homes from the Miami pioneer era of the mid and late-19th century. Palm Cottage, built in 1897 is a home from the pioneer era that is still standing, however, few of these original homes remain.


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Much of the CBD consists of low and mid-rise historic buildings.

101 East Flagler Street, 1923

Gesu Church, oldest Catholic church in Miami, 1896

City National Bank Building, 1925

Hahn Building, 1921

Alfred I. DuPont Building, 1939

The Congress Building, 1923

Ingraham Building, 1926

Huntington Building, 1925

Meyer-Kiser Building, 1925

Olympia Theater, 1926

Old U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, 1917

Old Walgreens/La Época Department Store, 1936

Security Building, 1926

Miami-Dade County Courthouse, 1926

Central Baptist Church, 1925

David W. Dyer Federal Building and United States Courthouse, 1931

Shoreland Arcade, 1925

63 NE 1st Street

Freedom Tower, 1925

Palm Cottage, 1897- one of the oldest structures in Downtown

See also[edit]

Downtown Miami Lummus Park Historic District National Register of Historic Places listings in Miami, Florida Downtown Miami Multiple Resource Area


^ a b National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.  ^ Downtown Miami Historic District Contributing Resources

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Downtown Miami Historic District.

Dade County listings at National Register of Historic Places

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Greater Miami Area

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Central business district

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Colleges and universities

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Parks and recreation

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Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts American Airlines Arena Bass Museum Bergeron Rodeo Grounds BB&T Center Biltmore Hotel Bonita Chita Key Butterfly World Coral Castle Downtown Miami FIU Arena FIU Stadium Florida Grand Opera Fontainebleau Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop Frost Art Museum Frost School of Music Gulfstream Park Hard Rock Stadium HistoryMiami Holocaust Memorial Homestead Jewish Museum of Florida Las Olas Boulevard Lowe Art Museum Lincoln Road Lummus Park MacFarlane Homestead Marlins Park Miami Beach Architectural District Miami Beach Convention Center Miami Children's Museum Miami City Ballet Miami Conservatory Museum of Contemporary Art New World Symphony Orchestra Normandy Isles North Shore Ocean Drive Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science Pérez Art Museum Miami Riverwalk Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood South Beach The Miami Line Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Watsco Center Wolfsonian-FIU Wynwood Art District

Major shopping centers

Aventura Mall Bal Harbour Shops Bayside Marketplace Brickell City Centre CocoWalk Collins Avenue Coral Square Dadeland Mall Dolphin Mall The Falls Flagler Street The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale Lincoln Road The Mall at 163rd Street Mall of the Americas Mary Brickell Village Miami International Mall Midtown Miami Miracle Marketplace Pembroke Lakes Mall The Shops at Sunset Place Sawgrass Mills Southland Mall Shops at Merrick Park Westfield Broward Westland Mall


Amtrak Brightline Broward County Transit Government Center Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport Miami Airport Station Miami-Dade Transit

Metrorail Metrobus Metromover MIA Mover

Miami International Airport North Perry Airport Palm Tran Pompano Beach Airpark Port Everglades Port of Miami Tri-Rail

Major thoroughfares

East 6th Avenue North 36th Street North 54th Street North 79th Street North 103rd Street North 125th Street North 135th Street West 7th Avenue West 12th Avenue West 27th Avenue West 107th Avenue Allapattah Road Alton Road Bird Road Biscayne Boulevard Brickell Avenue Broad Causeway Collins Avenue Coral Reef Drive Coral Way County Line Road Douglas Road Flagler Street Galloway Road Gratigny Ives Dairy Road Julia Tuttle Causeway Kendall Drive John F. Kennedy Causeway Killian Krome Avenue William Lehman Causeway Le Jeune Road Ludlam Road MacArthur Causeway Miami Avenue Miami Gardens Drive Milam Dairy Road Miracle Mile Okeechobee Road Old Cutler Road Port Boulevard Quail Roost Drive Red Road Rickenbacker Causeway South Dixie Highway Sunset Drive Tamiami Trail Venetian Causeway West Dixie Highway