Does the thought of owning a piece of Miami Beach sound appealing to you? Earlier this week, the city recently put up six of its easily recognizable lifeguard stations for auction. In previous years, these stations have fetched prices as low as $100 or as much as $3,000+.
If you’ve spent a significant amount of time in Miami Beach, the iconic look of the lifeguard station dating back to the 1980s will be quite familiar. The stations include the stairs plus the small deck. If you have the space for it, they certainly make for an interesting piece of eye-catching art that is sure to turn into a conversation piece. You can also get creative about what you wish to do them. Turn them into a bar, make a sprawling dog house or perhaps a tree house for the kids.
So, why is Miami Beach auctioning off its iconic stations? It’s to make room for newer ones that will be better equipped to handle the elements. These stations will have improved weather resistance thanks to the use of aluminum hardware and they will also include impact windows.
If you’re interested in owning a lifeguard station, visit www.publicsurplus.com before the 28th and search for “City of Miami Beach” sans quotes. Do keep in mind that you will be responsible for picking up and transporting the station(s) to their new home.
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