The Miami Beach Post Office is a historic 1937 Art Moderne U.S. Post Office building in Miami Beach, Florida designed by Howard Lovewell Cheney and built under the patronage of the Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression.
Cheney designed the post office with a tall circular lobby with a cone-shaped roof and a thin tall copula; a small round fountain directly beneath it and murals by Charles Hardman depicting Ponce de Leon's invasion of Florida on the wall above gold-colored post office boxes. The building features a noteworthy main entrance with double doors topped by a ten-foot high wall of glass blocks that allow natural light to fill the lobby. Just above the doorway a large stone eagle that dominates the entrance. From the main lobby, the post office branches off to the rear service area and the side lobby where customers are received.
Mon - Fri: 8 am - 5 pm
Sat: 8:30 am - 2 pm
Address 1300 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL 33119, USA
Coordinates 25°47'3.718" N -80°7'56.716" E