Reflections of historic Miami-Dade County Courthouse

The Miami-Dade County Courthouse, formerly known as the Dade County Courthouse, is a historic courthouse located at 73 West Flagler Street in Miami, Florida. Constructed over four years (1925–28). The building is 361 feet tall with 28 floors. When it was built, it was the tallest building in Miami and in Florida. It is still in use as the main civil courthouse of Miami-Dade County. Today this landmark is undergoing a restoration and renovation project.  The project involves exterior terra cotta deterioration testing, restoration, and complete interior retrofit and renovation of the 262,000 sf 28-story Miami's Historic Place.