Most of the White Way streetlights that made up the eight mile illumination corridor were in the “Arcadian” style.
By Dr. Karelia Martinez Carbonell, President Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables The historic Miracle Mile has struggled with its identity since its inception. In the 1920s, City founder George Merrick established the business section of Coral Gables and planted seeds for its healthy development. In the 1940s, developers led by George Zain saw the […]
HPACG is proud to partner with the City on this unique opportunity to bring back a piece of lost history [or two] to the Coral Gables Country Club, the place where Merrick once stood and addressed the merits of buying into his dream of a city.
Major civic groups take official position requesting postponement of zoning changes affecting historic Miracle Mile & the Crafts Section
The meeting will highlight 2020 accomplishments and upcoming issues in 2021.
The house is one of the earliest examples of Mediterranean Revival architecture in Coral Gables and noteworthy for its high degree of historical integrity thanks to the loving stewardship of its previous owners.
The MacFarlane District is one of a rare example of a black community locally designated and recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.
Proud of the opportunity to be a sponsor at one of the eight homes in the historic Chinese-themed village. A perfect fit for our group.
On January 24, 2020, The Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables (HPACG) celebrated the second chapter of its newest program, the Coral Gables Tertulia, at the home of Meg and John Daly in the French City Village of Coral Gables. Guests enjoyed live music by Jean de Boyrie and French-inspired hors d’oeuvres and wine before […]