March 1, 2022 Design Review Board Pre-1942 Home Demolition Requests

Editors Note: MDPL is sharing these agenda items as we continue to lament the loss of pre-1942 architecturally significant homes such as the ones shown below, which lie outside of our city’s 14 local historic districts but nonetheless have architectural significance.

Sadly, the City of Miami Beach does not have adequate protections in place to help ensure the preservation of these buildings. We share these agenda items for informational and awareness purposes, while we continue to work on finding ways to protect our historical resources.

Summary prepared by the Miami Design Preservation League

Read the full DRB agenda on the city website by Clicking here

AGENDA ITEMS

5. DRB21-0705; 10 Century Lane (1941) Architect: E. Dean Parmalee

Current Structure

Proposed Structure

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Staff Report and Draft Order 

7. DRB21-0759; 1745 West 24th Street (1937) Architect: Robert M. Little

Existing Home

Proposed Home

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Draft Order of 02/01

NEW APPLICATIONS

8. DRB21-0757; 394 Hibiscus Drive (1934) Architect: Fred Kloeper

Current Home

Proposed Home

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Staff Report

Draft Order

11. DRB21-0760; 2444 Prairie Avenue (1925) Architect: ?

Current Structure

Proposed Structure

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Staff Report

Draft Order

12. DRB21-0762; 4774 North Bay Road 

(1933) Architect: Robert L. Weed

Current Structure

Proposed Structure

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Staff Report

Draft Order

13. DRB21-0767; 253 North Coconut Lane 

(1935) Architect: Paist and Steward

Current Structure

Proposed Structure

Agenda: Click Items for Details

Staff Report

Draft Order

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