Built 1987. Project Description: This project involved not only the construction of a new facility to house the Miami Beach Police Station, but the restoration of Miami's old City Hall to hold new court facilities. The Police Headquarters is a four-story structure, and features a major entry area with a curvilinear atrium. This building is highlighted by terraced forms and stucco and glass block materials, and reflects the pastel colors of the nearby Art Deco District. The roof can be used as a heliport and pistol range, in addition to holding mechanical equipment. The old City Hall has been restored to house the local branch of the county courts. The original 32,000-square-foot building is connected to the Police Headquarters by an open-space plaza used for gatherings and memorial ceremonies, and serving as an access zone for public services and transportation. Restoration of the site included bringing the facility up to current fire and safety codes, correcting structural problems, and restoring and reconstructing architectural features and finishes. Project cost: $13.7 million. Project Location: Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL. Size: new building 90,000 sq. ft.