Goodwin was proud to be part of another historic renovation. This time, we provided our River-Recovered® Heart Pine CHARACTER to help restore a 1900s log cabin which once served as the village of Biscayne Park’s “meeting spot”. According to an article in the Miami Herald, “The log cabin was built in 1933 as a way to give laborers some work during the Depression. It cost $247 and used about 140 feet of lumber, according to state records.”
The cabin was expanded through the years to house police and village employees. However, when it was designated a historic site by the Miami-Dade County Preservation Board, officials pursued constructing a new village hall so they could return the log cabin back to its original state.
And, that is where Goodwin’s reclaimed wood came into play. An antique cabin needs an antique reclaimed wood floor, so when we got the call for 1100 sq. ft., we were happy to oblige! The restored cabin – which now serves as the village commission chambers – officially re-opened last month. Richard Heisenbottle was the restoration architect and McKenzie Construction was the contractor.
Read the recent article in the Miami Herald