This rather large building has the function of a hotel, and owns one of the most popular bars of South Beach. The exterior is Art deco, as we can see the tripartite facade, eyebrows wrapped around corners, bass-relief designs and shuttered windows. The tripartite facade is layered as it progresses inwards to the central bay. a total of 6 layered are added when we get to the center. because of the large amount of depth added, the narrow windows in the central bay are just as deep into the wall, as they are wide. Between rows of windows are horizontal lines, which reminds of cruiseships, and also the facade thrusting forward. Designed by Henry Hohauser in the 1930s. PS: This is my 100th model that was accepted into the 3d buildings layer of Google Earth.