This Art Deco hotel on Ocean Drive was approved for the historic tax credit program for $9 million of its rehabilitation budget in 2014. Buildings such as the Breakwater Hotel, designed by Anton Skislewicz and built in the 1930s in South Beach, benefit from the historic tax credit because they give developers a financial incentive to rehabilitate historic buildings.
This Art Deco hotel on Ocean Drive was approved for the historic tax credit program for $9 million of its rehabilitation budget in 2014. Buildings such as the Breakwater Hotel, designed by Anton Skislewicz and built in the 1930s in South Beach, benefit from the historic tax credit because they give developers a financial incentive to rehabilitate historic buildings. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald
This Art Deco hotel on Ocean Drive was approved for the historic tax credit program for $9 million of its rehabilitation budget in 2014. Buildings such as the Breakwater Hotel, designed by Anton Skislewicz and built in the 1930s in South Beach, benefit from the historic tax credit because they give developers a financial incentive to rehabilitate historic buildings. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald

Congress could eliminate the tax break that helped Miami Beach’s Art Deco renaissance

November 21, 2017 07:20 AM