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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.



Fourth Annual Founder’s Day Ceremony in Coral Gables held on June 3 2024


At this 4th annual Founder’s Day tribute, sponsored by the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables, and hosted by the Merrick House Governing Board, guests and dignitaries were reminded of one of the primary sources of Merrick’s vision — the 1832 book by American novelist Washington Irving,


2024 Docomomo US National Symposium. It was a big deal, actually a very big deal.


The symposium brought attendees from around the U.S. to experience “one of the country’s richest collections of mid-century and postmodern architecture.”


“An Island Getaway” Fas-ee-oh Style with Andrea Taylor: Indian Creek Country Club


The Indian Creek Country Club was the prestigious setting for the Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables’ luncheon that attracted a full complement of Association members and friends, the Indian Creek Village mayor, and — perhaps most notably — Andrea Taylor, the granddaughter of the Club’s original architect, Maurice Fatio.

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