Welcome to Downtown Miami

Home to one of the country’s most spectacular waterfront skylines, Downtown Miami is the central business and finance center in South Florida and serves as an important commercial and cultural nexus between the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. As recently as twenty years ago, the area would empty after business hours, but a recent influx of development and urban migration has since transformed this region into a lively and hip neighborhood.

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urban, high-rise lifestyle, waterside, beautiful views, hip and trendy, condos, lofts, up and coming, culturally alive, walk to work, great entertainment, diverse


Commute Times
Ft. Lauderdale 40m by car
Brickell 5m by car
Coral Gables 25m by car
Midtown 15m by car
Bal Harbour 40m by car
East to West Little Havana to the Coastline
North to South South Edgewater to Brickell
Nearby Neighborhoods Brickell, Little Havana, Coconut Grove, Edgewater

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Vibrant and a cultural epicenter in a growing metropolitan neighborhood.

Downtown Miami is the central business district of Miami, tracing its history back to the nineteenth century. Downtown has grown and expanded rapidly in recent years to become one of the fastest growing neighborhoods. It has a concentration of high-rises and is home to many museums, parks, banks, company headquarters, theaters, hotels, local businesses, and historical buildings.

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What to expect:
High-rise condominium and apartment buildings, family run businesses, pedestrian friendly, and world-class museums and entertainment venues.

The fragrant sea breeze and nautical port views make this area one of the most charming in Miami. Downtown has something for everyone and is home to numerous parks, restaurants, museums and the typical daily conveniences of local life. Within downtown you will discover new high-rise condominium buildings, hotels, and office towers, all within an x-mile radius. There is a current renaissance happening in Downtown with a lot of revitalization and new construction occurring in the neighborhood with such buildings as the luxury condominium tower by Zaha Hadid, 1000 Museum The Downtown neighborhood offers family-run businesses rather than the big box malls and no high-end stores like you’ll find in the design district. One can go to the Seybold Jewelry building to get the best prices in town, then to the Juan Valdez cafe for a great cup of coffee. Downtown is filled with cultural institutions such as the Pérez/Frost Art Museum, Olympia Theater, and the Museum of Science.

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What not to expect
You won’t find beach access in Downtown Miami. Instead one can enjoy the water views from Bayfront Park and discover the numerous cultural institutions.

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The lifestyle:
Easily walkable access to top restaurants, vibrant nightlife, waterfront parks, and live music.

In addition to its many bars and restaurants, the central area is home to the Miami Heat and American Airlines Arena as well as the popular Mary Brickell Village. Just down Biscayne Boulevard, you’ll find Bicentennial and Bayfront parks, which host live-music events including the enormous Ultra Music Festival. Nestled against the bay sits the acclaimed Perez Art Museum and the future site of the Miami Science Museum. Downtown is also home to the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, which is Miami’s foremost venue for national musical, ballet, opera, and theater tours. Easily travel to other parts of the city via the local Brightline, scooter, and motorbike rentals.

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The market:
Cosmopolitan-style condos with panoramic city and bay views.

Downtown Miami is a rapidly expanding area within an urban community. Affordable housing is still available downtown with moderately-priced, established condos. Ultra-high end new builds are developing rapidly in the area that have started to change the pricing averages within the neighborhood.

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You'll fall in love with:
Amazing views, modern vibe, world-class museums and parks, and all-night entertainment and culture.

Downtown Miami bustles with energy and potential, making it a perfect fit for the industrious and the adventurous alike. It is quickly becoming one of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods. Find world-class museums, entertainment venues, and local eateries to suit anyone’s palette.

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