Winter Haven Hotel

Albert Anis
1939
restored 2000
1400 Ocean Drive




Six-story front facade, partly truncated on the side

Unlike many of the Art Deco hotels, this one is taller. Still it has the typical tripartite front and extended eyebrows around the corners. The notched central bay includes even the windows. A canopy supported by fluted columns accentuates the front. The upper stories above the canopy are dramatically supported by these heavy fluted columns.
 


For other buildings by Albert Anis, see Abbey Hotel, Clevelander Hotel, Leslie Hotel, Temple Emanuel, and Waldorf Towers.

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