Just off busy Washington Avenue in South Beach sits a preserved postcard from a bygone era, a street lined with Spanish and Mediterranean style hotels, restaurants and small shops complete with a public plaza and balconies where guests drink coffee and wine. Miami Beach’s Española Way, nestled between 14th and 15th Streets from Washington to Drexel Avenue, was developed in the 1920s as a space for artists, live music, food and drink. The pocket of Mediterranean architecture has remained intact despite falling into disrepair in the ’70s and ’80s. Now, after about eight months of renovation work on the street, the city plans to celebrate the completion of work on Tuesday.
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