Midtown Miami Real Estate

    Where is Midtown Miami?

    Midtown Miami is commonly used as an umbrella term to describe Wynwood, Edgewater, and the Design District. However, as these 3 areas have distinct personalities, will focus on the northern area of Midtown, starting around I-195. Midtown Miami is just north of Wynwood, south of Little Haiti, and east of Edgewater.

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    History of Midtown Miami

    Midtown Miami was once a desolate area filled with isolated warehouses and stores. But recently, this neighborhood has experienced a rebirth of phenomenal proportions, and it is now a prime residence for hip and young professionals. Midtown has developed rapidly and is home to many local and national restaurants and stores. A considerable number of office businesses have equally settled in this fast-growing area.

    Midtown Miami Real Estate

    Trendy and eclectic, the localities within Midtown Miami are perfect destinations for all those seeking a centrally located residence, not far from each other. With more than 14 towering residential structures, many single-family homes to choose from, a good number of mid-rise apartment buildings, Midtown Miami is gradually becoming one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Miami.

    Midtown Miami Lifestyle

    Midtown is a small neighborhood with outdoor cafes, color-flooded walls, a broad appeal, and good food vendors all snuggled into an attractive collection of shops and streets. Picture Beverly Hills, but… Miami!

    Demographics

    In Midtown, the median household income is a little under $60,000. 50% of Midtown’s residents have a high school diploma or completed some college, while about a quarter hold a bachelor’s degree or higher. Its sparse suburban nature and good schools make Midtown a desirable place to start a family.

    Restaurants & Bars

    The Shops at Midtown Miami contain a number of local and national family friendly restaurants including My Ceviche, Sakaya Kitchen, and 100 Montaditos. For a rowdy night, party at Baru Urbano, or for a different vibe, stop by Lagniappe and listen to live music while you wine & dine on custom charcuterie boards.

    Outdoors & Recreation

    If shopping isn’t enough exercise, visit Roberto Clemente Park. It is a vibrant neighborhood park with a ball field, community center, playground & basketball courts. Or if you want to work out Miami-style, sign up for a membership at Anatomy Fitness, Miami’s elite spa & health club, where you will find classes, equipment, personal trainers, and more.

    Midtown Miami Points of Interest

    The Shops at Midtown

    The Shops at Midtown Miami is a modest, outlet-style shopping center with something for everyone. It includes large flagship stores like Target and Marshalls and other smaller shops where you’ll find salons, electronics stores, sporting goods, and kids clothing. The shops take up several blocks and line a promenade with figurines created by renowned Miami Artist, Romero Britto.

    Design District

    The Design District is Miami’s version of Rodeo Drive. Here you’ll find the world’s most famous luxurious fashion shops including Lou Boutin, Gucci, Cartier, and many many more. Public art installations and gathering spaces are sprinkled around the entire district, giving visitors a new surprise at every corner. Pro tip: go upstairs in the courtyard and sit in the swinging chairs.

    The Future of Midtown Miami

    With a large vacant lot in the center of Midtown, who knows what project will pop up next in Midtown? If it’s following suit with its other Miami counterparts, you can expect lots of development and rapid urbanization in the near future.

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