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One of Miami’s most exciting neighborhoods, Midtown is a sudden burst of color tucked away in what was formerly a rusty industrial sector. Today, the area is known for industrial-chic art galleries, cutting-edge contemporary skyscrapers, and world-class shopping at The Miami District, where the most important fashion brands are housed; Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, and GUCCI to mentioned just a few. Read More...
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Just about 2 miles north of Downtown Miami, Midtown's Proximity to the beaches, Miami International Airport (MIA), the Brickell Financial District have spurred the rebirth of the town with developers and global brands investing in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is bordered by Edgewater to the east and Wynwood to the West; Miami Shores to the North and Coconut Grove to the south. Midtown is adjacent to the hub for most major cultural events hosted at the FTX Arena (formerly American Airlines Arena), home to the Miami Heat. Additionally, more cultural events can be enjoyed at the Adrienne Arsch Center for Performing Arts, the Perez Art Museum Miami or the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. West of Midtown Miami is a very distinct neighborhood: Wynwood, with its craft breweries, local bakeries, and graffiti-embossed walls featuring trendy dining and street art.
Midtown is also home to loft style and other desirable buildings like:
Midtown is characterized by outdoor and waterfront living with an abundance of restaurants, bars, and nightlife. Here are some stand out restaurants and bars:
Iconic restaurants in Midtown to visit:
Iconic bars in Midtown to visit:
Midtown Miami is an extraordinary live-work-play neighborhood that offers lush green spaces, parks, paved promenades and a core shopping center called The Shops at Midtown, which for some is reminiscent to the SOHO neighborhood in New York City, is an outdoor shopping district offering a variety of stores, local boutiques and a variety of casual to fine eateries. At Midtown Miami you do not have to step foot in your car.