The streamlined Miami Beach Post Office was designed by Howard Lovewell Cheney and erected in 1937. It’s located at 1300 Washington Ave., pretty much in the heart of Art Deco Miami Beach, although I’d say this building is more Arte Moderne.
I assume that Distilled London is or was a gin. This three-story tall ghost sign was spotted in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, on the corner of West Ostend and South Hanover Sts.
Cincinnati Gentrified at One of Nation’s Fastest Rates Immediately Following Housing Boom: a cause for celebration, for some.
AD Classics: North Christian Church / Eero Saarinen: I’ve mentioned before that a trip to Columbis, IN is well worth your while; here’s a close look at one of its iconic buildings.
For Punk Music, Gentrification Is the New Ronald Reagan: an update on gentrification and the punk scene in DC.
The Town That Went Underground: the town in question is Coober Pedy, deep in the South Australian desert, and it really did go underground.
Spotted at 4019 Hamilton Ave. in the heart of Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood: a ghost sign for the B&O Federal Credit Union.