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Alfred I Dupont Building
169 E Flagler st, Miami
Maximum Guest No: 1
The soaring marble of the Historic Alfred I. duPont Building has been more than just a witness to history … it’s an integral thread in the fabric of Miami’s legacy. Since its completion in 1939, the art deco skyscraper has seen the end of the great depression, served as headquarters to the 7th Naval fleet in World War II and been designated a national historic landmark.
Restored to its original glory both inside and out, this monument to streamlined moderne art deco now hosts exclusive clientele who continue to create their own history-making events in what has become one of the country’s most sought after venues.
Experience the grand exterior of 17 stories of Wisconsin limestone and Alabama black granite at the Historic Alfred I. duPont Building. Inside past the bas-relief brass elevator doors and the ornate iron grates beyond the escalator, the building welcomes you to its true brilliance.
The marble walls and floors in the the Historic Alfred I. duPont Building echo with the history of Miami’s elite as you enter the ballrooms. Turn your gaze upward at the intricately hand-painted cypress ceilings. The grandeur of this extraordinary location makes it the perfect venue for your special event.
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- Property Size: 15 square feet
- Maximum Guests No: 1
Year Built: 1939