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Downtown Miami is situated in the center of South Florida and is home to some of the area's most beautiful waterfront views. In recent years, this neighborhood has undergone a lot of development which has helped turn it into a lively and hip place to be. Twenty years ago, Downtown Miami would usually be empty after business hours but these days new migration patterns have given it a more vibrant atmosphere.
Downtown is the central business district of Miami and has been since the nineteenth century. Recently, it has grown rapidly to become one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the city, with a tall building boom and many museums and businesses located there.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Densely populated, culturally alive, skyscraper condominium and apartment buildings that are family-friendly and have world class museums and great entertainment.
Located in the heart of Miami, Downtown is known for its scenic views and vibrant atmosphere. Here, you will find everything from parks and restaurants to museums and daily conveniences that make living in the city easy. Just a short walk away from downtown can be found new high-rise condominium buildings, hotels, and office towers – all within an x-mile radius. Today there is a renaissance happening in this neighborhood with lots of revitalization and new construction occurring as seen with such buildings as 1000 Museum by Zaha Hadid luxury condominium tower or The Pérez/Frost Art Museum & Education Center. There are also family run businesses rather than big box malls as well no high end stores like what you’ll find at Design District so it’s perfect for everyone really.
The location is accessible by foot 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 popular Mary Brickell Village. Just down Biscayne Boulevard is Bicentennial Park where live music events like Ultra Music Festival are held. Nestled against the bay sits Perez Art Museum which is acclaimed for its exhibits while on the other side of Downtown you'll find Bayfront Park - another great venue for concerts and festivals. Easily travel between these areas by way of Brightline train, motorbike or scooter rentals.
Downtown Miami is the oldest part of the city and has a lot of history. However, it is not outdated or behind the times – DT Miami is a culturally rich area full of theaters, museums, galleries and great restaurants and bars.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
There are no beaches, but you can enjoy the water views from Bayfront Park and explore the city's many cultural institutions.
Downtown Miami is the perfect place for people who want to be close to the water without actually being near a beach. The views of the bay can be enjoyed from Bayfront Park, and there are numerous cultural institutions in the area as well.
If you prefer a totally car-free lifestyle, Downtown can’t be beat, thanks to its great transportation options including the new MiamiCentral stop, where the Brightline trains, the Metrorail, and the Metromover converge, taking you to several top destinations including the airport. Miami's Tri-Rail commuter service will round out these options so that you can easily access many of Miami's top neighborhoods, the Tri-County area, and eventually all the way to Orlando, directly from Downtown Miami without the need for a car. In fact, the greatest advantage of living in Downtown Miami is its walkability and urban neighborhood flavor. A car is entirely optional.
High-rises in this area are typically condominiums, and prices are at the upper mid-range for Miami-Dade County.
Although downtown Miami is quickly becoming more populated and developed, affordable housing is still available in the area. New, ultra-luxury condos are being built in the neighborhood which are starting to drive up prices on average.
Downtown Miami is one of the oldest areas of the city, so here you'll find many pre-war buildings typical of a big city's downtown. Mixed in with some of the most beautiful architecture and historic landmarks, you'll find new modern high-rises, as well as lofts, both new and converted.
As of 2016, Florida became the 3rd most populous state due to the large number of people moving there. The population of Miami increased by more than 30% from 2010 to 2016, which added over 88,000 people. In 2021, the population is estimated to be over 105,000 people. This means more and more people are moving to Miami.
Downtown Miami consists of three main neighborhoods: the Central Business District, the Brickell Financial District, and the Arts and Entertainment District. In addition to these districts, the residential neighborhoods of Wynwood, Edgewater, Midtown, and Overtown are considered to be part of greater Downtown Miami. The Brickell Financial District remains the most popular neighborhood in Downtown Miami.
YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
The attractive views, contemporary ambience and world-class museums and parks of Berlin offer a lively nightlife and rich cultural scene.
Downtown Miami is a popular area for people who are energetic and adventurous. It has many things to do, including museums and entertainment venues, which will suit anyone's tastes.
The downtown area of Miami in Florida offers an impressive skyline with palm trees lining the Atlantic Ocean waterfront, off-shore islands, and architecturally impressive high rise towers.
If you like watersports, boat cruises, or art exhibitions, there are lots of great things to do in Downtown Miami. Here are fifteen of our favorites - make sure to add them to your itinerary when you plan your trip!
If you have a wild streak and want more of an urban feel, enjoy eclectic food options, mingling with tourists from around the world, and be free of the responsibility of owning and maintaining a car, or are looking for a part-time or second home, Downtown Miami might be your ideal location.
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