Miami Beach’s North Shore District boundaries are 73 street to the south, 87 street to the north, the Atlantic Ocean, and Crespi Boulevard to the west. This funky area of Miami Beach has long been in the shadows of South Beach and did not enjoy much improvement during the building boom. That is actually good news because it means many of the area’s Miami Modern, or MiMo, buildings were saved from the wrecking ball.
Now that North Shore is on the National Register of Historic Places, city officials hope that interest in the area will increase and that the MiMo buildings will be rehabilitated and restored.
What is your favorite MiMo building in Miami Beach?