Stephen P. Clark Government Center

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Stephen P. Clark Government Center
Government Center building from the Miami Main Library.JPG
Stephen P. Clark Government Center from the Miami Main Library
General information
Type Government
Location 111 Northwest 1st Street, Miami, Florida, United States
Coordinates 25°46′32″N 80°11′48″W / 25.775558°N 80.196712°W / 25.775558; -80.196712Coordinates: 25°46′32″N 80°11′48″W / 25.775558°N 80.196712°W / 25.775558; -80.196712
Construction started 1982
Completed 1985
Opening 1985
Height
Roof 510 ft (160 m)
Technical details
Floor count 31
Design and construction
Architect Hugh Stubbins and Associates

The Stephen P. Clark Government Center, known also as Government Center, Miami-Dade Center, or County Hall, is a skyscraper in the Government Center district of Downtown Miami, Florida, United States. It is the headquarters building of the Miami-Dade County government. Many county offices are located in or near the building. The local and federal courthouses are located within five blocks of the building. The tower is 510 ft (155 m) tall, and has 31 stories. It has one of the highest height-to-floor ratios of any skyscraper, at 16.45 feet (5 m) per floor. The Government Center Metro Station is located inside the building, giving it easy access to public transit. It is located in western downtown, on North First Street between West First and West Second Avenue. The building was completed in 1985. It is named after the former Mayor of Miami-Dade County and Mayor of Miami, Stephen P. Clark (1924-1996).

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