The Carl Fisher Clubhouse, a 1916 building by architect August Geiger, is the oldest public building in Miami Beach. In 1937, an adjoining annex building was constructed by Architect Robert A. Taylor, but when R. J. Heisenbottle Architects, P.A., first came to the project in 2016, the clubhouse and the annex building were both in very poor condition and no longer in active use. As major renovations and expansions of the Miami Beach Convention Center were just getting underway, the historic clubhouse and annex structures were slated to be adaptively reused as special VIP event activity support spaces. Today, both the Carl Fisher Clubhouse and the Annex have been meticulously restored to their original design intent. Through teamwork with City staff and the general contractor, R. J. Heisenbottle Architects, P.A. was able to maintain the historic integrity of the buildings and the City budget.