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Designation Report

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Palm Grove Neighborhood
Historic District

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 518 NE 72 Street

6621 and 6623 NE 5 Avenue


Representative of the types and styles of residences
currently found in the neighborhood. 

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::  Palm Grove Neighborhood H.D.
Generally bounded on the north by the Little River; on the south by NE 58 Street; on the east by Biscayne Blvd., and to the west F.E.C. Railway
Period of Significance: 1921-1959
Architect/Builder: Various
Date Designated: 2009

Miami's largest and most eclectic historic district, Palm Grove is illustrative of the growth and development of Miami from the 1920s through the late 1950s.  The homes, apartment buildings, and multi-family units are representative of middle class dwellings popular in Miami through  each of the key phases in the City's historical development: the boom era  of the 1920s, Depression-era construction of the 1930s, and Post-War Construction of the 1940s and 1950s.  Architectural styles in the district range from modest Miami style bungalows to multi-family Post-War residences.

Palm Grove Designation Report


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