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Competition Asks Us To Imagine What Floating Affordable Housing in Biscayne Bay Might Look Like

An architectural ideas competition is looking for proposals that explore the idea of floating affordable housing in Biscayne Bay, to address the dual issues of climate change and housing affordability in South Florida. The competition brief overlooks the many complications that would make something like this extremely difficult if not impossible to build, not the least of which is environmental concerns, but focusing on these main problems it hopes to find some innovative solutions.

Classic Tudor Listed For $2 Million in Miami Was Given That Generic White Interior Look That’s So Popular These Days

Built in 1924, this historic Tudor Revival family home in Miami's Shorecrest survived almost a hundred years of people moving in and out, neighborhood highs and neighborhood lows, renovations, new kitchens, changing tastes, and whatever the '70s threw at it, always being the kind of house that everyone always says has "charm." Designed to be an old English fantasy that you lived in, it would have had interiors that evoked ye old past just as seductively as its exteriors still do.

Giant Miami Studio Has a Dining Table That Seats Twenty, a Bed in The Corner, and a Futon

Here's a rather pretty space, on the top floor of the Bank, a small condo tower near the corner of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 79th Street that, as the name suggests, used to be a bank. Listed for $750,000 and the biggest penthouse in the building, it was probably once a normal 1,600-foot apartment... you know, with bedrooms and stuff, but at some point converted into just one big room. It's a huge studio.

The Penthouse at Miami’s Iconic Midcentury Palm Bay Club Lists for $2.2 Million

The legendary Palm Bay Club had its glorious halcyon days in the 1960s, and '70s, when it was the epitome of glamour for the jet-set cafe society glitterati of its day. Not only did residents have to be rich, but they had to be a lot of fun, according to its creator Connie Dinkler.

Modernist Miami House With Recording Studio is Asking $1.75 M

This 3,559 square foot mixed-use house, hidden in a corner of Miami's Shorecrest neighborhood that many people don't even know exists, comes with a comfortable four bedroom residence above and easily adaptable workspaces below.

Stately Morningsider, Eclectically Decorated, Hits the Market for $3.4M

This immaculately preserved and restored palazzo in the heart of Morningside, the City of Miami's first historic district, was built in 1926. It hist the market on Sunday for $3,399,000, and in the intervening time it must have had a pretty exciting existence, if the bright and eclectic interior is any evidence. Located at 5600 NE 6th Avenue, the house is in the heart of the neighborhood.

Midcentury Morningside Ranch Restored by Architect Rene Gonzalez is $998K

This ranch-style house, built in 1949, was extensively restored and renovated by Rene Gonzalez, one of Miami's most acclaimed architects, first as his personal home and then his architecture office. The house has spectacular details, like the ceiling lights above the entryway, and restored original walnut cabinets rescued from the legendary Palm Bay Club.

116 Year Old Bungalow on the Upper East Side Lists for $850,000

Built circa 1903, this house in Miami's Upper East Side is a whopping 116 years old. By Miami standards, that's practically ancient. It's located in the vicinity of Lemon City, one of South Florida's settlements, which predates the founding of Miami itself. The brokerbabble also claims the house is on "Miami's oldest intact turn-of-the-century street," which is rather debatable.

Extremely Chic $1.75M Morningside House Shows Just How Fancy The Nabe Has Become Lately

The gorgeous historic house at 500 NE 57th Street isn't in the quietest part of Morningside, the impressively historic neighborhood in Miami's Upper East Side that was once a hidden gem. Now the neighborhood is well known and very expensive, and this house is a great microcosm of that. Check out the photos below.

Miami Motel Stories Presents Immersive Theater and Local History on Miami’s Iconic Biscayne Boulevard

While you're at this season's iteration of Miami Motel Stories, the action surrounds you. You're watching a short play set in a motel room, at some point in the history of the Gold Dust Motel on Miami's iconic Biscayne Boulevard. The play takes up the entire room. But you can also hear thumping and pounding and shouting and muffled drama happening in the rooms all around you. The thin walls of the motel expose passion and life that are imbued in this place.