Swinging Midcentury Key Biscayne House in Walking Distance to the Beach Wants $2.7 Million

This midcentury Key Biscayne house, built in 1955, was originally listed for sale in January for $3.15 million but has seen a few price cuts since. In April, it was reduced to $2.8 million, and just last week reduced again, to $2.7 million.

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Morningside’s ‘Jetsons House’ Taken Off the Market After Asking $1.8M

It looks like Morningside’s iconic, midcentury modern, Rufus Nims-designed Jetsons House, after being listed for $1.875 million about a year ago, was taken off the market at some point, unsold. Although in a great neighborhood, and oozing with futuristic, modern flair, the house needs work, is rather small, and is on a rather humdrum lot. In this soft market, perhaps almost 2 mil was a tad much?

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Spectacular Terrazzo Floors Across Miami

From the art deco era to the 1950s and (sporadically) even much later, Terrazzo was a tremendously popular floor material across South Florida. The poured floors with little, colored specs in any color you can imagine, are versatile, durable, can be made into any pattern or design. They also look even better as they age, developing a crack here and there. In fact, they look better with a few cracks.

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South Beach’s Sexiest Self-Storage Only Stores Wine, Whatever The Sign Says.

When SoBe Wine & Self Storage was seeking approval to build its new facility on Alton Road in South Beach, a classy MiMo building with all the panache of a 1950s beach hotel that is downright gorgeous for a self storage facility, it went by another name: Urban Box Self Storage. Since its recent completion, however, the sign on the facade says something very different: Wine & Self Storage, a name just vague and cheeky enough to make people take a second look.

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