The Art Deco architecture, pristine beaches, international vibe, and glittering nightlife, are most commonly what come to mind when you picture Miami Beach, and in many ways the area delivers on its reputation. But look closer and you will find a diverse community of locals drawn together by their love of the water and Miami Beach’s unique culture. Miami Beach has something for everyone, from the hustle and bustle to tranquil private island living. Click here to learn more about this tropical paradise.
Downtown is considered the historic center of Miami. Here you will find several cultural places of interest, including the Museum of Contemporary Art PAMM, the Frost Museum of Science, HystoryMiami and the Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) located in the emblematic Freedom Tower, Miami’s first skyscraper built in 1925. In Downtown you will also find the FTX Arena, a multipurpose arena designed by Architectonica and home of the Miami Heat. A recent influx of development and urban migration is transforming downtown into a lively neighborhood. Amongst these projects is the Miami Worldcenter, a mixed-use development that will be offering a unique blend of residential buildings, hotels, and curated retail stores and restaurants. Downtown’s transformation is bringing new energy to the neighborhood and promises to reshape it into a dynamic destination. Click here to learn more about Downtown.
Brickell is South Florida’s financial center and home to one of the country’s most spectacular waterfront skylines. It offers a bustling metropolitan atmosphere and is referred to as the “Manhattan of the South”. Brickell is Miami’s most dense neighborhood and home to the largest concentration of international banks in the United States. Soaring high rises, mass transportation, and an array of luxury hotels and restaurants, make Brickell an oasis for savvy urbanites. Brickell has it all within reach, including a modern outdoor shopping center with climate-controlled environment to a natural reserve in the center of Miami’s urban core. Click here to learn more.
Edgewater & Midtown
Edgewater is a waterfront neighborhood located along Biscayne Bay. Midtown is its’s adjacent small enclave, a walker’s paradise directly next to the world-famous Design District, a shopping destination with curated retailers, art, and dining. These neighborhoods are climbing to the top of the list of desirable areas to live in Miami, the development pace has picked up dramatically and it’s high-rise transformation has made it South Florida’s rising star. The area’s location allows easy access to the beach, airport, downtown and Wynwood, Miami’s artsy graffiti neighborhood. It’s the perfect place for young professionals and families to enjoy all that Miami has to offer. Click here to learn more.
Upper East Side
The Upper East Side is known to many as the MiMo (Miami Modern) District, the Biscayne corridor of Miami’s Upper East Side is rich with architecture, history, and art, ranging from the 1920’s to the present. There are three distinct residential neighborhoods in Miami’s Upper East Side: Morningside, Bay Point and Belle Meade. These neighborhoods are very attractive to families as they are mainly constituted of single-family homes. They feature wide boulevards, thousands of mature canopy trees, tropical vegetation, abundant bird, marine and aquatic life, approximately 100 acres of public parks, and sweeping water views over Biscayne Bay. Just looking over the water you will be captivated by the rich natural diversity and activity that surrounds the Upper East Side.
One of the top ranked cities in the world, Miami is a global hub for business, art, luxury, and nightlife. Miami’s growing startup/technology scene and all-year sunny weather make it the “Happiest City to Work” in the US. Miami offers international sophistication, natural tropical beauty and authentic cultural diversity that is seen in its neighborhoods and restaurants, making it one of the top 5 cities for foodies in the US, backed by the recent award of Michelin Stars. Although the city is undergoing a high-rise transformation primarily along its coastline, Miami has plenty of neighborhood options to offer, from the quaint well-established neighborhoods, like Coral Gables, to suburban areas like Pinecrest.