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National Register of Historic Places listings in Miami

Location of Miami in Florida

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Miami, Florida.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Miami, Florida, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 186 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Miami-Dade County, including 6 National Historic Landmarks. Miami is the location of 76 of these properties and districts, including 5 National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the remaining properties and districts are listed separately. One property, the Venetian Causeway, is split between Miami and Miami Beach, and is thus included on both lists. Another 3 sites were once listed, but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 27, 2020. [2]
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Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough (Tampa) - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade (Miami) - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Ace Theatre June 13, 2016

(#16000359)
3664 Grand Ave.

25°43′39″N 80°15′10″W  /  25.727592°N 80.252810°W  / 25.727592; -80.252810  (Ace Theatre)
2 Atlantic Gas Station December 29, 1988

(#88003060)
668 Northwest 5th Street

25°46′41″N 80°12′22″W  /  25.778056°N 80.206111°W  / 25.778056; -80.206111  (Atlantic Gas Station)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
3 Bacardi Complex October 16, 2018

(#100003017)
2100 Biscayne Blvd.

25°47′51″N 80°11′22″W  /  25.7974°N 80.1894°W  / 25.7974; -80.1894  (Bacardi Complex)
4 Barracks and Mess Building-US Coast Guard Air Station at Dinner Key August 10, 1995

(#95000816)
2610 Tigertail Avenue

25°43′55″N 80°14′07″W  /  25.731944°N 80.235278°W  / 25.731944; -80.235278  (Barracks and Mess Building-US Coast Guard Air Station at Dinner Key)
5 Bay Shore Historic District October 2, 1992

(#92001323)
Roughly bounded by Northeast 55th Street, Biscayne Boulevard, Northeast 60th Street, and Biscayne Bay

25°49′46″N 80°10′57″W  /  25.829319°N 80.182625°W  / 25.829319; -80.182625  (Bay Shore Historic District)
6 Brickell Mausoleum January 4, 1989

(#88002977)
501 Brickell Avenue

25°46′05″N 80°11′30″W  /  25.768056°N 80.191667°W  / 25.768056; -80.191667  (Brickell Mausoleum)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
7 Brickell Point Site February 5, 2002

(#01001534)
401 Brickell Ave

25°46′08″N 80°11′21″W  /  25.768889°N 80.189167°W  / 25.768889; -80.189167  (Brickell Point Site)
8 William Jennings Bryan House January 20, 2012

(#11001029)
3115 Brickell Ave

25°44′55″N 80°12′22″W  /  25.748569°N 80.206053°W  / 25.748569; -80.206053  (William Jennings Bryan House)
9 Central Baptist Church January 4, 1989

(#88002988)
500 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°46′31″N 80°11′31″W  /  25.775278°N 80.191944°W  / 25.775278; -80.191944  (Central Baptist Church)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
10 City National Bank Building January 4, 1989

(#88002975)
121 Southeast 1st Street

25°46′30″N 80°11′30″W  /  25.775°N 80.191667°W  / 25.775; -80.191667  (City National Bank Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
11 City of Miami Cemetery January 4, 1989

(#88002960)
1800 Northeast 2nd Avenue

25°47′38″N 80°11′27″W  /  25.793889°N 80.190833°W  / 25.793889; -80.190833  (City of Miami Cemetery)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
12 Coconut Grove Library May 1, 2017

(#100000932)
2875 McFarlane Rd.

25°43′36″N 80°14′26″W  /  25.726641°N 80.240608°W  / 25.726641; -80.240608  (Coconut Grove Library)
13 Coconut Grove Playhouse October 19, 2018

(#100003018)
3500 Main Hwy

25°43′32″N 80°14′41″W  /  25.7255°N 80.2447°W  / 25.7255; -80.2447  (Coconut Grove Playhouse)
14 Congress Building March 14, 1985

(#85000553)
111 Northeast 2nd Avenue

25°46′31″N 80°11′24″W  /  25.775278°N 80.19°W  / 25.775278; -80.19  (Congress Building)
15 Dade County Courthouse January 4, 1989

(#88002983)
73 West Flagler Street

25°46′27″N 80°11′43″W  /  25.774167°N 80.195278°W  / 25.774167; -80.195278  (Dade County Courthouse)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
16 D. A. Dorsey House January 4, 1989

(#88002966)
250 Northwest 9th Street

25°46′57″N 80°11′56″W  /  25.7825°N 80.198889°W  / 25.7825; -80.198889  (D. A. Dorsey House)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
17 Marjory Stoneman Douglas House February 27, 2015

(#15000312)
3744 Stewart Ave.

25°42′40″N 80°15′13″W  /  25.711°N 80.2535°W  / 25.711; -80.2535  (Marjory Stoneman Douglas House)
Home of environmentalist and activist Marjory Stoneman Douglas
18 Downtown Miami Historic District December 6, 2005

(#05001356)
Roughly bounded by Miami Ct., 3rd Street, 3rd Avenue, and 2nd Street

25°46′21″N 80°11′31″W  /  25.77255°N 80.191839°W  / 25.77255; -80.191839  (Downtown Miami Historic District)
19 Alfred I. DuPont Building January 4, 1989

(#88002984)
169 East Flagler Street

25°46′28″N 80°11′26″W  /  25.7745°N 80.1906°W  / 25.7745; -80.1906  (Alfred I. DuPont Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
20 El Jardin August 30, 1974

(#74000614)
3747 Main Highway

25°43′18″N 80°14′54″W  /  25.721667°N 80.248333°W  / 25.721667; -80.248333  (El Jardin)
21 Fire Station No. 2 January 4, 1989

(#88002971)
1401 North Miami Avenue

25°47′17″N 80°11′41″W  /  25.788056°N 80.194722°W  / 25.788056; -80.194722  (Fire Station No. 2)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
22 Fire Station No. 4 March 8, 1984

(#84000836)
1000 South Miami Avenue

25°45′51″N 80°11′36″W  /  25.764167°N 80.193333°W  / 25.764167; -80.193333  (Fire Station No. 4)
23 First Coconut Grove School January 21, 1975

(#75000547)
3429 Devon Road

25°43′19″N 80°14′55″W  /  25.721944°N 80.248611°W  / 25.721944; -80.248611  (First Coconut Grove School)
24 Florida East Coast Railway Locomotive No. 153 February 21, 1985

(#85000303)
12400 Southwest 152nd Street

25°37′15″N 80°24′22″W  /  25.620833°N 80.406111°W  / 25.620833; -80.406111  (Florida East Coast Railway Locomotive No. 153)
25 Freedom Tower September 10, 1979

(#79000665)
600 Biscayne Boulevard

25°46′48″N 80°11′23″W  /  25.78°N 80.189722°W  / 25.78; -80.189722  (Freedom Tower)
26 Gesu Church July 18, 1974

(#74000617)
118 Northeast 2nd Street

25°46′32″N 80°11′31″W  /  25.775556°N 80.191944°W  / 25.775556; -80.191944  (Gesu Church)
27 Greater Bethel AME Church April 17, 1992

(#88002987)
245 Northwest 8th Street

25°46′54″N 80°11′57″W  /  25.781667°N 80.199167°W  / 25.781667; -80.199167  (Greater Bethel AME Church)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
28 Hahn Building January 4, 1989

(#88002989)
140 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°46′32″N 80°11′32″W  /  25.775556°N 80.192222°W  / 25.775556; -80.192222  (Hahn Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
29 HALF MOON (shipwreck) May 31, 2001

(#01000531)
Outside Bear Cut off Key Biscayne

25°43′39″N 80°08′04″W  /  25.7275°N 80.134444°W  / 25.7275; -80.134444  (HALF MOON (shipwreck))
30 Halissee Hall October 1, 1974

(#74000618)
1700 Northwest 10th Avenue

25°47′17″N 80°12′53″W  /  25.788056°N 80.214722°W  / 25.788056; -80.214722  (Halissee Hall)
31 Huntington Building January 4, 1989

(#88002976)
168 Southeast 1st Street

25°46′28″N 80°11′27″W  /  25.774444°N 80.190833°W  / 25.774444; -80.190833  (Huntington Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
32 Ingraham Building January 4, 1989

(#88002958)
25 Southeast 2nd Avenue

25°46′23″N 80°11′25″W  /  25.773056°N 80.190278°W  / 25.773056; -80.190278  (Ingraham Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
33 J & S Building January 4, 1989

(#88002967)
221–233 Northwest 9th Street

25°46′55″N 80°11′53″W  /  25.781944°N 80.198056°W  / 25.781944; -80.198056  (J & S Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
34 Dr. James M. Jackson Office February 24, 1975

(#75000550)
190 Southeast 12th Terrace

25°45′39″N 80°11′25″W  /  25.760833°N 80.190278°W  / 25.760833; -80.190278  (Dr. James M. Jackson Office)
35 The Kampong March 1, 1984

(#84000837)
Address Restricted

25°43′01″N 80°15′11″W  /  25.716944°N 80.253056°W  / 25.716944; -80.253056  (The Kampong)
36 Kentucky Home January 4, 1989

(#88002969)
1221 and 1227 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°47′10″N 80°11′31″W  /  25.786111°N 80.191944°W  / 25.786111; -80.191944  (Kentucky Home)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
37 Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery March 29, 2018

(#100002292)
3001 NW 46th St

25°48′59″N 80°14′42″W  /  25.816351°N 80.245045°W  / 25.816351; -80.245045  (Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery)
38 Lummus Park Historic District October 25, 2006

(#06000952)
Roughly bounded by Northwest Second Street, Northwest Third Court, Northwest Fourth Street, and Northwest North River Drive

25°46′37″N 80°12′04″W  /  25.77685°N 80.201164°W  / 25.77685; -80.201164  (Lummus Park Historic District)
39 Lyric Theater January 4, 1989

(#88002965)
819 Northwest 2nd Avenue

25°46′55″N 80°11′53″W  /  25.781944°N 80.198056°W  / 25.781944; -80.198056  (Lyric Theater)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
40 Martina Apartments January 4, 1989

(#88002981)
1023 South Miami Avenue

25°45′49″N 80°11′35″W  /  25.763611°N 80.193056°W  / 25.763611; -80.193056  (Martina Apartments)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
41 Meyer-Kiser Building January 4, 1989

(#88002991)
139 Northeast 1st Building

25°46′30″N 80°11′29″W  /  25.775°N 80.191389°W  / 25.775; -80.191389  (Meyer-Kiser Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
42 Miami Black Police Precinct and Courthouse February 5, 2020

(#100004974)
480 NW 11th St.

25°47′04″N 80°12′10″W  /  25.7845°N 80.2029°W  / 25.7845; -80.2029  (Miami Black Police Precinct and Courthouse)
42 Miami City Hospital, Building No. 1 December 31, 1979

(#79000666)
1611 Northwest 12th Avenue

25°47′29″N 80°12′45″W  /  25.791389°N 80.2125°W  / 25.791389; -80.2125  (Miami City Hospital, Building No. 1)
43 Miami Edison Senior High School June 5, 1986

(#86001212)
6101 Northwest Second Avenue

25°49′53″N 80°12′00″W  /  25.831389°N 80.2°W  / 25.831389; -80.2  (Miami Edison Senior High School)
44 Miami Marine Stadium April 2, 2018

(#100002293)
3501 Rickenbacker Causeway

25°44′35″N 80°10′12″W  /  25.74295°N 80.169865°W  / 25.74295; -80.169865  (Miami Marine Stadium)
45 Miami Senior High School June 18, 1990

(#90000881)
2450 Southwest First Street

25°46′17″N 80°14′10″W  /  25.771389°N 80.236111°W  / 25.771389; -80.236111  (Miami Senior High School)
46 Miami Women's Club December 27, 1974

(#74002257)
1737 North Bayshore Drive

25°47′30″N 80°11′10″W  /  25.791667°N 80.186111°W  / 25.791667; -80.186111  (Miami Women's Club)
47 Mount Zion Baptist Church December 29, 1988

(#88003059)
301 Northwest 9th Street

25°46′21″N 80°11′57″W  /  25.7725°N 80.199167°W  / 25.7725; -80.199167  (Mount Zion Baptist Church)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
48 Ralph M. Munroe House April 11, 1973

(#73000575)
3485 Main Highway

25°43′28″N 80°14′33″W  /  25.724444°N 80.2425°W  / 25.724444; -80.2425  (Ralph M. Munroe House)
49 Naval Air Station Richmond Headquarters Building May 1, 2017

(#100000933)
12450 SW. 152nd St.

25°37′37″N 80°23′32″W  /  25.626855°N 80.392143°W  / 25.626855; -80.392143  (Naval Air Station Richmond Headquarters Building)
50 Old US Post Office and Courthouse January 4, 1989

(#88002962)
100–118 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°46′31″N 80°11′33″W  /  25.775278°N 80.1925°W  / 25.775278; -80.1925  (Old US Post Office and Courthouse)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
51 Olympia Theater and Office Building March 8, 1984

(#84000839)
174 East Flager Street

25°46′25″N 80°11′27″W  /  25.773611°N 80.190833°W  / 25.773611; -80.190833  (Olympia Theater and Office Building)
52 Palm Cottage January 4, 1989

(#88002957)
60 Southeast 4th Street

25°46′14″N 80°11′33″W  /  25.770556°N 80.1925°W  / 25.770556; -80.1925  (Palm Cottage)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
53 Pan American Seaplane Base and Terminal Building February 20, 1975

(#75000548)
3500 Pan American Drive

25°43′40″N 80°14′03″W  /  25.727778°N 80.234167°W  / 25.727778; -80.234167  (Pan American Seaplane Base and Terminal Building)
54 Plymouth Congregational Church July 23, 1974

(#74000615)
3429 Devon Road

25°43′19″N 80°14′18″W  /  25.721944°N 80.238333°W  / 25.721944; -80.238333  (Plymouth Congregational Church)
55 Ransom School "Pagoda" July 25, 1973

(#73000572)
3575 Main Highway

25°43′21″N 80°14′04″W  /  25.7225°N 80.234444°W  / 25.7225; -80.234444  (Ransom School "Pagoda")
56 Richmond Heights Pioneer Historic District March 25, 2019

(#100003405)
14520-14960 Monroe St.

25°37′53″N 80°22′26″W  /  25.6315°N 80.3740°W  / 25.6315; -80.3740  (Richmond Heights Pioneer Historic District)
56 S & S Sandwich Shop January 4, 1989

(#88002994)
1757 Northeast 2nd Street

25°47′33″N 80°11′28″W  /  25.7925°N 80.191111°W  / 25.7925; -80.191111  (S & S Sandwich Shop)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
57 St. John's Baptist Church April 17, 1992

(#88002970)
1328 Northwest 3rd Avenue

25°47′13″N 80°12′01″W  /  25.786944°N 80.200278°W  / 25.786944; -80.200278  (St. John's Baptist Church)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
58 Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Store August 8, 1997

(#84003903)
1300 Biscayne Boulevard

25°47′14″N 80°11′24″W  /  25.787222°N 80.19°W  / 25.787222; -80.19  (Sears, Roebuck and Company Department Store)
Only a tower building survives, as part of Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
59 Security Building January 4, 1989

(#88002990)
117 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°46′31″N 80°11′31″W  /  25.775278°N 80.191944°W  / 25.775278; -80.191944  (Security Building)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
60 Shoreland Arcade January 4, 1989

(#88002992)
120 Northeast 1st Street

25°46′28″N 80°11′29″W  /  25.774444°N 80.191389°W  / 25.774444; -80.191389  (Shoreland Arcade)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
61 South River Drive Historic District August 10, 1987

(#87000671)
428 and 438 Southwest First Street, 437 Southwest Second Street, and 104, 109, and 118 Southwest South River Drive

25°46′20″N 80°12′06″W  /  25.772222°N 80.201667°W  / 25.772222; -80.201667  (South River Drive Historic District)
62 Southside School January 4, 1989

(#88002980)
45 Southwest 13th Street

25°45′41″N 80°11′58″W  /  25.761389°N 80.199444°W  / 25.761389; -80.199444  (Southside School)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
63 Trapp Homestead November 10, 1994

(#94001279)
2521 South Bayshore Drive

25°44′01″N 80°14′17″W  /  25.733611°N 80.238056°W  / 25.733611; -80.238056  (Trapp Homestead)
64 Trinity Episcopal Cathedral October 10, 1980

(#80000945)
464 Northeast 16th Street

25°47′24″N 80°11′12″W  /  25.79°N 80.186667°W  / 25.79; -80.186667  (Trinity Episcopal Cathedral)
65 U.S. Car No. 1 August 24, 1977

(#77000401)
3398 Southwest 9th Avenue

25°37′02″N 80°24′02″W  /  25.617117°N 80.400647°W  / 25.617117; -80.400647  (U.S. Car No. 1)
66 US Coast Guard Air Station Hangar at Dinner Key December 19, 2002

(#02001535)
2600 South Bayshore Drive

25°43′51″N 80°14′04″W  /  25.730833°N 80.234444°W  / 25.730833; -80.234444  (US Coast Guard Air Station Hangar at Dinner Key)
67 US Post Office and Courthouse October 14, 1983

(#83003518)
300 Northeast 1st Avenue

25°46′38″N 80°11′34″W  /  25.777222°N 80.192778°W  / 25.777222; -80.192778  (US Post Office and Courthouse)
68 Vagabond Motel December 29, 2014

(#14001086)
7301 Biscayne Blvd.

25°50′34″N 80°11′02″W  /  25.842891°N 80.183957°W  / 25.842891; -80.183957  (Vagabond Motel)
69 Venetian Causeway July 13, 1989

(#89000852)
Northeast 15th Street and Dade Boulevard

25°47′21″N 80°11′21″W  /  25.789167°N 80.189167°W  / 25.789167; -80.189167  (Venetian Causeway)
Extends into Miami Beach, elsewhere in Miami-Dade County
70 Virginia Key Beach Park June 28, 2002

(#02000681)
East of Biscayne Bay and north of the Rickenbacker Causeway

25°44′02″N 80°09′43″W  /  25.733889°N 80.161944°W  / 25.733889; -80.161944  (Virginia Key Beach Park)
71 Vizcaya September 29, 1970

(#70000181)
3251 South Miami Avenue; also roughly bounded by South Dixie Highway, Southwest 32nd Road, and South Miami Avenue

25°44′37″N 80°12′37″W  /  25.743611°N 80.210278°W  / 25.743611; -80.210278  (Vizcaya)
Vizcaya was added to the National Register on September 29, 1970 (refnum 70000181), with a boundary increase on November 15, 1978 (refnum 78003193). It was made a National Historic Landmark on April 19, 1994 (refnum 70000181).[6]
72 Walgreen Drug Store January 4, 1989

(#88002982)
200 East Flagler Street

25°46′29″N 80°11′25″W  /  25.774722°N 80.190278°W  / 25.774722; -80.190278  (Walgreen Drug Store)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
73 J. W. Warner House June 1, 1983

(#83001419)
111 Southwest 5th Avenue

25°46′24″N 80°12′10″W  /  25.773333°N 80.202778°W  / 25.773333; -80.202778  (J. W. Warner House)
74 Women's Club of Coconut Grove March 26, 1975

(#75000549)
2985 South Bayshore Drive

25°43′37″N 80°14′24″W  /  25.726944°N 80.24°W  / 25.726944; -80.24  (Women's Club of Coconut Grove)

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Algonquin Apartments January 4, 1989

(#88002985)
July 24, 2018 1819–1825 Biscayne Boulevard

25°47′37″N 80°11′20″W  /  25.793611°N 80.188889°W  / 25.793611; -80.188889  (Algonquin Apartments)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA
2 I. and E. Greenwald Steam Engine No. 1058 March 12, 1987

(#87002197)
July 24, 2018 3898 Shipping Avenue

25°43′57″N 80°15′27″W  /  25.7325°N 80.2575°W  / 25.7325; -80.2575  (I. and E. Greenwald Steam Engine No. 1058)
3 Priscilla Apartments January 4, 1989

(#88002986)
July 24, 2018 318–320 Northeast 19th Street and 1845 Biscayne Boulevard

25°47′39″N 80°11′20″W  /  25.794167°N 80.188889°W  / 25.794167; -80.188889  (Priscilla Apartments)
Part of the Downtown Miami MRA

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 27, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Vizcaya". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Archived from the original on 2007-12-02. Retrieved 2008-06-21.
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