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The first group of images are photos of various structures in Boca Raton, Florida that were either designed by or influenced by Addison Mizner. Photographer: David Sinett, resident of Boca Raton.

The original 1920s layout for Boca Raton included a boulevard (Camino Real) 12 lanes wide and only 900 feet long. Nowadays a landscape divider, Plaza Real, occupies the middle lanes. You may also take a look at a colorful evening view of Mizner Park and Plaza Real.

The Spanish colonial style (sometimes referred to as "Mediterranean style") is seen in Addison Mizner's design for the Boca Raton's Town Hall.

Boca Raton's Old Floresta section includes numerous houses designed by Addison Mizner.

Another of Addison's designs. Numerous houses have been modified since the 1920s. Present-day owners are more scrupulous about adhering to Mizner's concept than were some previous owners.

Mizner Park, a retail/office/residential complex built in the 1980s.

Mizner Bread is located inside Mizner Park. Certainly the Mizner name lives on in Boca Raton: the Addison Mizner Elementary School and the Mizner Mortgage Company are other examples.

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