Designed in 1957 by Igor Poleviztky, the Sea Tower is an ode to mid-century architecture with its waved balconies that resemble the ripples of the sea—an ideal structure for the beach. The masterpiece is painted in an appropriate white hue that mixes in with the tropical buildings along the oceanfront locale. However, visitors can only admire it from afar as the Sea Tower houses condominiums—only residents are welcome.
Perched along Terramar Street, the 18-story Birch Tower is a condominium with city and ocean views. Designed by McKirahan, this building clad in sky blue and white bears another mid-century style that dates back to 1960.
With a futuristic style inspired by The Jetsons cartoon, the Keenan Building features curved glass windows and an adjacent mosaic mural rendering an artsy South Florida style. A landmark from the ’60s designed by Mr. Wolff, it is now part of Citibank. It stands at the intersection of Federal and Oakland.