The Miami Beach Woman’s Club is the city’s newest and most unique venue. Tucked into the intimately beautiful Collins Park neighborhood, the Club serves as a multi-purpose event space, with the capacity to host a wide variety of functions both indoor and outdoor.
The Miami Woman’s Club (spelled as the Miami Women’s Club by the two media outlets, but as Miami Woman’s Club on official records) was built in 1930, according to county records. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Casadonna designer Ken Fulk told Bloomberg that it is a “grande dame of a building.”
Reviving the 96-year-old Miami Woman’s Club, Klaw occupies 14,800 square feet in the historic Spanish Renaissance building. The five-story waterfront building is deeply rooted in Miami’s history as one of the first buildings in Florida to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Miami Women’s Club was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 27, 1974. It is described as “ a typical “boom-time” structure with Renaissance Revival overtones seen particularly in the upper quarter of the building.
Reviving the 96-year-old Miami Woman’s Club, Klaw will occupy 14,800 square feet in the historic Spanish Renaissance building. The five-story waterfront building is deeply rooted in Miami’s...
Miami Women’s Club (Rendering) Opening just in time for the 2021 holiday season, Klaw is the local brainchild of famed entrepreneur Sasha Krilov and Russian restaurateur Mikhail Zelman. This duo is a force in the international restaurant scene, and are behind some of London’s most successful restaurants, such as Beast London, Burger ...
The Miami Woman’s Club was founded in 1900. The first clubhouse was erected in downtown Miami on land donated by Henry M. Flagler on the condition that the building would include space for Miami’s first public library.