Central Convenience, Balanced Urban Lifestyle, Miami Design District, New Modern
Living in Midtown Miami offers the best of both worlds offering a residential feel with everything at your fingertips, including shopping and dining (List of Restaurants). The area does not have defined borders from the City of Miami but stretches between 20th St. and 46th St. between I-95 and Biscayne Blvd.
The Shops at Midtown, Wynwood, and the Miami Design District are main attractions for this neighborhood. Buena Vista is a residential neighborhood with single-family homes, many that have been restored and remodeled. Due to the surrounding developments with expanding businesses of all types, Buena Vista West is the most up and coming neighborhood in all of Miami.
Wynwood has become an world-renown destination for fantastic mural graffiti art and has become the trendiest neighborhood for hip bars and award-winning restaurants. The Shops at Midtown is an urban-style mall with big-box stores, casual dining, and everyday necessities and also offers residential housing with modern condos and apartments.
And the Miami Design District is mainly known for having over 80 high-end fashion stores like Vesace, Rolex, and Gucci in a setting with stunning contemporary design. This walkable area flows from 38th St. to 42nd St. between Miami Ave. and Biscayne Blvd. being termed as the “Rodeo Dr. of the East Coast” as the Design District continues to develop.
The median sales price for condos in this neighborhood is $400,000 at $381 per sq/ft. Single-family homes drastically range depending on the condition on the property but have an average price of $365,000.
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