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to the Historic preservation Association
of Coral Gables.

The Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1991. The mission of the organization is to support an environment in which its members and all community citizens can understand, appreciate, exchange information and live with Coral Gables history.  The Association promotes the understanding of the importance of historic resources and their preservation.

 

Announcing

La Joie de Vivre in historic French Country Village in Coral Gables

 

Upon entering this masterfully restored estate, guests were transported to another time and era—that of the roaring 1920s in celebration of the French “joy of life”.

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Your gift means everything. 100%.

 

All gifts of $100 or more to the George Giving Society are unrestricted and a 100% tax deduction may be available to you under IRS guidelines.

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WANT TO SUPPORT HPACG & ITS PROJECTS?

 

NOTECARDS CREATED FROM COMMISSIONED ARTWORKS DEPICTING THE WHITE WAY LIGHTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. $15 FOR A BOX OF 8.  FREE DELIVERY IN THE GABLES.

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URGENT. TOMORROW.
IF YOU SUPPORT DESIGNATION. PLEASE SEND LETTER TO DONA SPAIN dspain@coralgables.com

On Thursday, August 15 at 4pm at City Hall the Historic Preservation Board will decide the fate of 333 Catalonia Ave (one of the few remaining Mission Revival style buildings in the City) and 410 Andalusia Ave (First Church of Christ Scientist designed by master architect Phineas Paist).

If these buildings are not designated, then they may be demolished. If you cannot attend the meeting but would like to participate, then please email a brief letter of support to the historical directress at dspain@coralgables.comTHIS THURSDAY!
4PM CITY HALL, COMMISSION CHAMBERS.
SUPPORT HISTORIC DESIGNATION FOR 333 CATALONIA
[if you cannot attend send your note of support to dona spain at dspain@coralgables.com]

Built in 1926, this mission-style rarity was last sold in March 2019 for over $1 million. If not designated, the fate will most likely be demolition by a developer to build another high-rise condo or office building.
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URGENT. TOMORROW.
IF YOU SUPPORT DESIGNATION. PLEASE SEND LETTER TO DONA SPAIN dspain@coralgables.com 

On Thursday, August 15 at 4pm at City Hall the Historic Preservation Board will decide the fate of 333 Catalonia Ave (one of the few remaining Mission Revival style buildings in the City) and 410 Andalusia Ave (First Church of Christ Scientist designed by master architect Phineas Paist). 

If these buildings are not designated, then they may be demolished. If you cannot attend the meeting but would like to participate, then please email a brief letter of support to the historical directress at dspain@coralgables.com

Comment on Facebook

Wow ! They own 8 of the 10 properties on that block.

Actually it's the most attractive home on a street of other knockdowns

Tear it down, it’s worthless. Brings down the value of every home on the block.

Please Email us: info@historiccoralgables.org   HPACG P.O. Box 347944 Coral Gables, FL 33234

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