Miami's Downtown Miami Condos + Neighborhood
Welcome to Miami's Downtown Miami
Downtown Miami is undergoing a major revival, with new affordable and luxury condos popping up all over downtown Miami. Downtown Miami condos are high-rises for the most part and most come with all the Miami-style condo amenities you can imagine.
Just a few years ago, it was unheard of to hear anyone living in downtown Miami condos, but now it is quite the trend. Previously if you lived in downtown Miami, you would be hard-pressed to find anywhere to eat or play after 8 or 9 pm, but now retail spaces, cafes and restaurants have begun staying open later to cater to the evening crowd of downtown Miami condo residents as well.
Just North of Downtown Miami -- Wyndwood/Edgewater/Design District
These neighborhoods are part of an exciting redevelopment just north of downtown Miami in what was once a less desirable area. With the beautiful new Margaret Pace Park, the Arsht Center (previously Carnival Center) for the Performing Arts as the center of new downtown Miami growth, revival of art studios in the Wynwood Art District and the 50-acre Midtown Miami as the foundations of this boom, the area is set to be an arts, cultural center and retail destination of the city. Once resided by the more daring adventurers, these neighborhoods just north of downtown Miami are now blooming into a comfortable choice for condo-dwelling urban professionals. While some retail shops are available, more shops, bars and restaurants are in the works. The central location makes the area ideal for professionals working in Downtown Miami and those working in the local hospitals like Jackson and Mt. Sinai looking to minimize their commute by living in one of the condos. South Beach is 10 minutes away. Those working or studying at UM will have a 20-25 minute commute. The neighborhoods are north of 395, south of 195, bordered by I-95 to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east.show less
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