Design District

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The Design District is a dynamic Miami neighborhood known for its high-end designer boutiques, world-class restaurants and creative services agencies.

 

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Living in the Design District is a fun lifestyle: close to the city center, to the coffee shops and studios of the Arts District, the entertainment venues of Downtown Miami and within a block or two from the main bridge to Miami Beach. That also means that wherever you work in the city, you’ll have a fairly easy commute. But there are also plenty of job opportunities in the Design District itself, particularly for those in the fashion or design industries.

See Also:

Arts District
Edgewater
Midtown Miami
Wynwood

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The Design District is a dynamic Miami neighborhood known for its high-end designer boutiques, world-class restaurants and creative services agencies. Living in the Design District is a fun lifestyle: close to the city center, to the coffee shops and studios of the Arts District, the entertainment venues of Downtown Miami and within a block or two from the main bridge to Miami Beach.

That also means that wherever you work in the city, you’ll have a fairly easy commute. But there are also plenty of job opportunities in the Design District itself, particularly for those in the fashion or design industries.

Where To Live:

The Design District hasn’t traditionally been known for its real estate, but lately more and more developers are taking interest in the booming appetite for unique new spaces to live, work and play.

Baltus House and the Midtown Miami are located around the corner and are just two high-end examples. The nice thing about the Design District is that it’s a charming little neighborhood with lots to offer in a close space; you really can’t go wrong.

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The Design District is a close companion to the Wynwood Arts District and Midtown Miami, two other neighborhoods that comprise the broader Arts District, situated in an area north of Downtown Miami.

For high-end shopping and quaint residences, South Beach also comes to mind. But Coconut Grove and certain parts of Miami Beach can give you the same high-end creative vibe.