The Miami Women’s Club Building was designed by Mr. August Geiger, one of Miami’s prominent and outstanding early local architects, and is an excellent example of the adaptation of Spanish Renaissance Revival style architecture to the South Florida environment. The excellence of the building design, craftsmanship, and detailing is evident in its symmetrical composition; articulated fourth story design featuring semi-circular arched windows, belt courses and cornice; garden courtyard; and porte-cochere. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the Miami Women’s Club building began the restoration project in 2008 with the urgent need to complete structural and electrical repairs. Upon completion of the necessary structural repairs, further restoration took place to recreate lost original ornamentation that had been lost during earlier reparations. Through meticulous research and by carefully following historic photographic documentation, the building was readorned to its original grandeur. The most serious obstacle to the restoration was obtaining adequate funding to complete the project. In an effort to revitalize this important neighborhood and to return a community jewel to its former glory, the Omni CRA provided essential financial assistance at a critical time in the project’s development. Through collaboration, the 97-year-old Miami Women’s Club structure was restored, resulting in a successful community endeavor.