Today it’s City Hall. But 85 years ago, a new world opened up to Miami.
On March, 25, 1934, the Pan Am seaplane terminal made its debut at Dinner Key.
For more than 10 years, travelers poured into the building as they arrived and departed from the waterfront. The city eventually bought the property and made it into City Hall.
A renovation returned some of the history to the building at 3500 Pan American Dr.
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Source: Miami Herald