The Temple House in Miami Beach Named As Finalist In Better Beach Awards For Real Estate

Wish Us Luck! The Temple House has been named as a finalist in the "Better Beach Awards for Real Estate" -- in the category of "Most Spectacular Restoration - Residential Property".

These are the inaugural Better Beach Awards held by the Real Estate Council of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.  The awards were put together because "Miami Beach has a unique profile in Real Estate and the industry professionals, projects and citizens involved should be recognized".

The Temple House - Miami Beach Real Estate

The Temple House is a luxurious 16,350 square foot private residence and is the largest single-family residence in South Beach. The building was originally designed and constructed in 1933 as a single-family residence by world famous Art Deco architect L. Murray Dixon. It was converted into a temple in the 40’s, expanded in the 60’s by renowned architect Lester Avery and then converted back into a home in 2003 by the current owner, Dan Davidson -- who spared no expense in the restoration of this incredible piece of prime Miami Beach Real Estate.

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Over 100 nominations were received for 16 award classifications. These nominations included a detailed description of The Temple House and the restoration work done on it by owner, Dan Davidson. A panel of professionals were responsible for the selection of finalists.

The winners will be chosen at an awards ceremony held on March 21st at the Loews Hotel.

For more information on the Better Beach Awards For Real Estate visit the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Website!