Just north of Downtown Miami you'll find an area between Northeast 36th Street in the south, Northeast 41st Street to the north, North Miami Avenue in the west and Biscayne Boulevard to the East. In the middle, you'll find the Miami Design District also known as Midtown Miami with more than fifteen galleries and over forty showrooms. The area also features a variety of annual popular events as well.
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Baltul House Condo is the latest pre-construction project by Related Group. Price Range $234,000 - $801,900 Square Footage Range 520 - 1,782 ...
Right from the start, Belle Meade's location sets it apart from many other communities in Miami, popular with the arts set. The homes at Belle Meade Miami are luxury af...
The Blue condominiums are preconstruction and scheduled for completion in 2006. The 35-story, bayfront property has residences that range from 1 & 2 bedrooms to custom ...
Midtown Miami is an authentic and a sincere urban redevelopment of the city." Says renowned lead architect, master urban planner and real urbanism proponent bernard Zys...
The Missoni Baia’scondo offers 146 bayfront residences all with remarkable water views with the timeless appeal. The modern style architecture offers an impressive 200 ...
Morningside Miami homes have drawn a great many people from the arts community, wealthy individuals and individuals looking for a property in which to invest. The popu...
Onyx On The Bay
Onyx OnThe Bay is a highly fashionable condo complex in the Miami Arts District’s Edgewater area. Strategically located along Biscayne Bay and Ne 25th Street, Onyx on t...
The Platinum condominiums are preconstruction and scheduled for completion in 2007. Developed by A.R. Development Group, this 22-story property has residences that rang...
Quantum On The Bay
Soaring 51 stories over the city-lit waters of Biscayne Bay...it's Quantum. Designed by the renowned architectural firm of Nichols, Brosch, Sandoval & Associates, Quan...
Located on the bay Start Lofts has all the amenities you want in a first class building. 12ft floor-to-ceiling windows. ONLY 4 Lofts per Floor Hurry for a total of only...
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Midtown Miami, FL Real Estate History
This 18 square block area has been inhabited by many top designers including:
- Fendi Casa
- Holly Hunt
- Peter Page
- Alison Spear
- Protomaster & Company
- Fantini Mosaici/Emporio San Firenze
- Ann Sacks
- British Khaki
- Mia Cucina
The concept of the Miami Design District is credited to Craig Robbins, who supposedly persuaded these influential designers to relocate to the area and recreate the run-down buildings that he purchased. There are currently 125 tenants in the area, but the area is quickly growing into a hot spot to develop condominium buildings so that others can move to the area and create a new type of Miami lifestyle. Check out some of the newest Miami condos for sale
Today, the area is undergoing a rejuvenation project. Several architects and designers have come together to create a real neighborhood in which individuals can purchase residential homes and condominiums in the area. The community is also going to be designed so that it is pedestrian friendly. With these new residences in the future, the Design District will be able to flourish in more ways than one. Not only will the new homes bring buyers to the showrooms of artists, but the artists are also changing the way that condo buyers are considering their interior design.
All around the Miami Design District condo buyers are going to find a variety of amenities and views. The city and the ocean will easily be viewed from these fashionable complexes. The Design District is quickly becoming the hot place to live for the new generation of buyers moving to the Miami area.