Nassau
 
Architect:  Albert Anis
 
Year Constructed:  1936
 
Address:  1414 Collins Avenue
 
Façade Structure:  The Façade is symmetrical, with the central section rising above the wings into a parapet.
 
Façade Decorations:  There are vertical decorative bands at each side of the central secion and a large circular decoration under the hotel sign near the top of the central section
 
Contour:  The building squared-off corners, with windows folding around the corners.
 
Entrance:  The building has a terraced entrance porch slightly recessed from the top facade with metal railings. The vertical band decorations at each side of the door match those on the façade cental section.
 
Porthole Windows:  There is a porthole window on the top floor of each wing.
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