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One Flagler was designed in 1952 by famed architect, Morris Lapidus. Lapidus’ signature style is evidenced by the building’s efficient design, practical floor plans and ample window lines. Impress your clients in this timeless landmark that exemplifies utility and design for the modern business owner.

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Morris Lapidus (1902 - 2001) was the architect of Neo-baraque Miami Modern hotels that have since come to define the 1950s resort-style synonymous with Miami and Miami Beach.
After a career in retail interior design, his first large commission was the Miami Beach Sans Souci Hotel (opened in 1949). In 1952 he landed the job of the Fontainebleau Hotel, which followed the next year by the equally successful Eden Roc Hotel and the Americana (later called the Sheraton Bal Harbour) in 1956.

Architect

Henry Morrison Flagler, known as the “Father of Miami,” brought his Florida East Coast Railroad south to a small settlement on Biscayne Bay in 1896. This great American tycoon and real estate promoter’s influence can still be seen throughout Miami and South Florida to this day.

Flagler’s investment on the small city on the river created the foundation that helped develop Miami into thriving metropolis today. Although he declined the honor of having the city named after him, Flagler allowed the main artery to bear his name.

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