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Midtown

Midtown Miami is a relatively new neighborhood. Construction and development began in 2005 between North 29th and 36th Street and Miami Avenue and the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC). Despite set-backs from the Great Recession Midtown has flourished into a large-scale, urban development. Collectively the neighborhood encompasses Wynwood and Edgewater just north of Downtown and south of the Miami Design District and conveniently bound by North 20th Street to the south, I-195 to the north, I-95 to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east.

Midtown has grown quickly and was designed to mimic New York’s SOHO neighborhood. High-rise apartment complexes and office businesses have also taken up residence in Midtown with industries ranging from interior decor to marketing agencies and more. At Büro Urbano urban workspace, office spaces are provided for small businesses. Midtown has also become home to Art Miami art fair, which takes place during Miami’s Art Basel week.

Restaurants

While strolling through Midtown you will find unique cuisine every couple of steps. Prepare your appetite for a sampling of divine dim sum at Blackbrick or check out the globally-inspired small plates that come from three kitchen concepts – an open fire grill, raw bar, and traditional kitchen – overseen by award-winning Executive Chef and Partner Timon Balloo at SUGARCANE Raw Bar Grill.

Shopping

You’re walking distance from some of the most convenient shops including Nordstrom Rack, in case you need to grab a dress while you’re on the go. Target for your quick errands. And, in case you’re wanting to bring a pop of color to your new home West Elm is waiting for you. If you’re in need of upscale shopping, the Design District is minutes away with Fendi, Valentino, Gucci, Tom Ford, Prada and many more fabulous designers.

Hotels

The Midtown hotels are in close walking distance to all of the desirable shops and restaurants, perfect for an easy night on the town. Wynwood and Edgewater are also nearby and offer additional hotel options with easy accessibility to Midtown.

Workout

Knock out your cardio for the week and relieve some stress with a boxing class at The Box or give Barry’s Bootcamp a try, but don’t let the name intimidate you they offer plenty of cardio and strength training options for all levels. Pole dancing classes have become the hottest new trend for fitness and Kitty Kat offers a fun way to get a workout in with girlfriends or just up your cardio game using new techniques.

Attractions

For wine enthusiasts and live music lovers, check out Lagniappe and don’t forget to pair your wine with an assortment of cheeses and charcuterie. The Venetian Nail Spa brings you the ultimate relaxation experience with a hot stone massage, customized facial designed to meet the needs of your skin and of course a luxury manicure and pedicure with a mud mask and paraffin wax treatment. Or take a step back in time at the Prohibition Era Speakeasy where you can enjoy an old fashioned or classic Manhattan.

Coffee Houses

Can’t go without a cup of coffee in morning? We understand! You have the ever popular Starbucks and be sure to try Angelina’s Coffee & Juice where you’ll find coffees, teas, smoothies and in case you need a snack they have warm empanadas, crepes, croissants and more.

Parks

Parks are an important element of each neighborhood and Midtown has plenty. Roberto Clemente Park, is named after one of Puerto Rico’s greatest baseball stars and has become a popular spot in this area. The park is also the home of the first water playground in the City of Miami and is a perfect place to spend outdoor time with your family.

Schools

From summer camp options to early care and education programs and prep academies, Midtown offers a variety to schools in close proximity to many residential buildings.