The Art Deco Historic District in Miami has the nation’s largest concentration of Art Deco properties which features over 900 historic buildings.
Art Deco is not only an architectural style, but an overall design aesthetic first popularized in 1920s Paris, which then spread throughout the world during the 1930s and up until World War II.
In Miami, most of the Art Deco buildings were built during the 1930s and ‘40s. Considered historic, the buildings were designated a National Register District in 1979.
In addition to Art Deco architecture, you can also find Mediterranean Revival and MiMo (Miami Modern) styles throughout the area.