Flamingo Park Neighborhood Historic Art Deco District

The historic Flamingo Park District in South Beach offers weekly rentals Miami and low-rise apartment complexes, both of which cater to seasonal guests as well as permanent residents. The neighborhood extends from Alton Road to Washington Avenue and from Fifth Street to Lincoln Road. It is directly south of the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Flamingo Park is only one square mile in size, yet it is home to over 1,200 unique historic buildings in Art Deco or Spanish and Mediterranean styles. Espanola Way, consisting of a mix of a few commercial buildings and residences, is especially known for its historic architecture. The Espanola Way Historic District is sometimes considered separately from the Flamingo Park District. Commercial establishments can be found only on Alton Road, Washington Avenue, and Lincoln Road. The homes closer to these areas, the Lincoln Road Mall in particular, are in higher demand because they are within walking distance of food, shopping, and activities.

The neighborhood is family-friendly. One of the main attractions is Flamingo Park, a public park with facilities for tennis, racketball, and basketball as well as a swimming pool for both adults and children. The park is pet-friendly and draws a daily crowd of people taking advantage of the amenities. There is little to speak of in the way of nightlife in the Flamingo Park district, except Tantra, which is on 15th Street. Flamingo West consists mainly of single family homes. The Fienberg Fisher K-8 Center, part of the Dade School System, is located on Washington Avenue.

The Miami Art Deco district of Flamingo Park is definitely an upscale area with a blend of neat historic buildings featuring the local styles and modish buildings that make up the new Miami design in architecture.