Completed in 1926, this seven-story building became the first building cooperative on Florida's west coast. Owing to the hot summers and the lack of air-conditioning when the building was constructed, the architect utilized an "H-shape" that facilitated ventilation throughout each of the apartments. This building was home to Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig during the Yankee's spring training. The building remains a coo-op, and like each of the current occupants, these players owned apartments in the building.
This 1926 Mediterranean Revival became the first cooperative in the region and was home to Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.