Miami Arts District

Miami Arts District

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Miami’s Arts District comprises three of the most revitalized neighborhoods of the city: Wynwood, Midtown and the Design District.

 

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Situated just north of Downtown Miami and just west of the popular Edgewater neighborhood, the Arts District lives up to its name with art galleries, working studios, fashion showrooms, creative services and antique dealers.

Supporting these engines of creativity are some of Miami’s most unique restaurants and bars. You might notice an uptick in construction in the area, but much of the energy here is devoted to repurposing the old with fresh new life. More and more, Miamians are making their homes in the Arts District.

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By Night:

The Arts District has become a magnet to residents from around the city, who drive into the neighborhood in search of nightlife entertainment. At night, the area fills up with people in restaurants, young professionals spilling out of bars and, quite frequently, art-related events in which gallery owners open their doors and artisanal food trucks descend on the neighborhood. Fashion events, film screenings and happy hours are regular features of the Arts District scene. It’s very difficult to be bored here.

Where To Live:

The Arts District is home to much of Miami’s affordable luxury. The newest residences are centered around Midtown, with the elegant properties Midtown 2 and Midtown 4 offering an urban lifestyle above mixed office space, retail, bars and restaurants.

Wynwood has some of the best loft apartments in the city, and the Design District has a more upscale touch, situated among designer boutiques such as Prada and Hermes. There’s truly something for everyone and every budget in the Arts District.

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For those interested in independent arts, creativity, design and a more alternative lifestyle to the typical Miami holiday scene, the Arts District is your best bet. But there are some other new centers of independent business growth.

Just look north to Little Haiti for an eclectic and burgeoning atmosphere or south to Coconut Grove, where unique architecture, shopping and creativity have always been a part of that neighborhood’s fabric.

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