Florida Architecture: 100 Years - 100 Places

Florida Architecture: 100 Years - 100 Places

Public Use Winner: City Park Municipal Garage
                             Fort Lauderdale, Florida
                                Built in  1978, designed by Singer Architects
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The site, selected in conjunction with the Master Plan of the Downtown Development Authority, encompasses one entire city block and half of another. It is bisected by a city street which is a major traffic feed into and out of the Downtown. Surrounding the site are locations for future commercial office buildings on the North, South, East and West as well as a major regional Library at the Northwest corner, an Art Museum at the Southwest corner, a church at the Northeast corner and a Community College Downtown Campus at the Southeast corner.
 

Top Ten Florida Buildings (By Popular Vote)


1st Place - Fontainebleau Miami Beach (Miami Beach)

2nd Place - Mandi's Chapel (Live Oak)

4th Place - University of North Florida Student Union (Jacksonville)

5th Place - Mar-a-Lago National Historic Landmark (Palm Beach)

6th Place - Saint Paul's By-The-Sea Episcopal Church (Jacksonville Beach)

8th Place - Florida Southern College (Lakeland)

9th Place - City Park Municipal Garage (Fort Lauderdale)

10th Place - Dodd Hall at The Florida State University (Tallahassee)


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