The Historic Alfred I Dupont Building, Miami's only Art Deco skyscraper, opened its doors on christmas day in 1939. It was originally a bank headquarters and the North Ballroom even features the original bank teller windows, now used as a bar. The building was declared an historic landmark in 1992.
The 22,000 square foot mezzanine level is divided into the North and South Ballrooms, both featuring lavish details and soaring ceilings. With elegant historical details and understatedly opulent decor, the venue is highly sought after for an enterprising clientele looking for Miami style accented with New York glamour.