This listing was last revised by Sue Gillis, Archivist, Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum   May 3, 2017

Painting sites for PAPB exhibit in conjunction with
Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum

(The Exhibit will be October 16 – December 20, 2017)


Town Hall, 71 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton.  Site of the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum and where the exhibit will be held.

Boca Raton Resort & Club – 501 E. Camino Real. Designed by Addison Mizner in 1926

Old Floresta Historic District – neighborhood developed by Addison Mizner for his staff.  The original part of the following structures were designed by Mizner in 1926.  All have had additions over the years.
          NW 9th Avenue: Number 130
          Alamanda Street: Numbers 755, 785, 825, 855 and 875
          Aurelia Street: Numbers 774, 825, 854, and 875
          Azalea Street: Numbers 741, 755, 774, 835, 854, and 875
          Hibiscus Street: Numbers 774, 800, 801, 820, 835 and 895
          Oleander Street:  Numbers 775, 820, 840, 855 and 888
          Paloma Ave: Number 199
          Periwinkle Street: Number 776

Train Depot – Dixie Highway (just north of Camino Real)

Administration Building – 2 East Camino Real. Now called The Addison, this was Addison Mizner’s headquarters while building the Hotel.

Bridge on Camino Real- over the Intracoastal

Estates Section – homes designed by Maurice Fatio
          1240 Cocoanut Road

Palmetto Park Road area – Gates House, 741 East Palmetto Park Rd.
          Luft’s house, 390 Palmetto Park Road
          Pavilion at the beach (end of Palmetto Park Road)
          Por la Mar Park – one block south of Palmetto Park Rd. Turn onto SE Olive Way and park is straight ahead.
          Silver Palm Park – on intracoastal south side of Palmetto Park Rd.

A1A – beach scenes
Coete Chere at South Beach Park- this was once part of the Cabana Club owned by the Hotel
          San Remo Condos (celebrating 50 yrs)
          The Patrician Condos
          Gumbo Limbo Park

Singing Pines Children’s Museum and replica of the Rickards House – 498 Crawford Blvd.
Spanish Village – Eleven houses along NW 7th & 8th Streets off of Second Ave (Boca Raton Blvd.) were designed by Addison Mizner for the contractors working at The Hotel.
Rawlstone House – 290 SW Second Ave – oldest house in Boca Raton
IBM Building – designed by Marcel Breuer – now T Rex off of Yamato
The new library buildings: Spanish River Library, 1501 NW Spanish Blvd and the Downtown Library, 400 NW 2nd Ave.
Royal Palm Place  - 101 Plaza Real (between Federal and Mizner Blvd.
Mizner Park – 327 Plaza Real
Additional properties for Plein Air

Spanish Village—Mizner houses:

266 N.W. 7th Street

256 N.W. 7th Street

249 N.W. 7th Street

237 N.W. 7th Street

222 N.W. 7th Street

200 N.W. 7th Street

201 N.W. 7th Street


200 N.W. 8th Street

217 N.W. 8th Street

234 N.W. 8th Street

236 N.W. 8th Street

250 N.W. 8th Street


Geist House—Fatio design
3500 NW 5th AV

Estates section:
1281 Cocoanut Rd –Fatio design

Royal  Palm Apts built 1925
375 Royal Palm Blvd

Cramer House aka Azzolina House
136 Boca Raton  Road

Boca Raton Road “quarter”
West end of Boca Raton Road just east of Sanborn Square—both sides—ca late 1940s to 1960 retail

Wood frame house 1920s or 30s
214 SW 2nd Ave

T5 and T6 at FAU northeast section of campus north of Henderson School—WWII buildings


Revised by Sue Gillis, Archivist, Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum   May 3, 2017



As of 5-5-17