This gorgeous City Hall in Homestead is a LEED Silver Certified, 83,841 square foot facility that houses a 225-seat council chamber and features office space for City departments. It also provides a better operational flow for City business and functions as an emergency operations center. The building is designed to withstand a category 5 hurricane.
Per the Miami Herald, “After years of planning and months of construction, the city of Homestead proudly announces the completion of its new home for city business,” said spokeswoman Begoñe Cazalis in a statement. “The 75-foot tall landmark building was designed almost a decade ago, by Rodriguez and Quiroga Architects, and was completed under the City’s current leadership to be a community centerpiece that aligns with the vision to revitalize Downtown Homestead.”
Location: Homestead, FL
Owner: City of Homestead
The Spinnaker Group Services Rendered: LEED Project Management, Building Commissioning, Energy Modeling
Architect: Rodriguez and Quiroga Architects
Certification Level: LEED BD+C for New Construction – Silver – v2