MiamiCentral


MiamiCentral spans over six downtown city blocks delivering the true mixed-use urban experience Miami has been waiting for. Featuring Central Fare, the city’s first food hall experience, innovative retail shops, 800+ rental residences, uniquely connected urban offices and the only transit hub in Florida to provide both local and multi-city transit options, MiamiCentral is set to transform Florida’s urban landscape forever.

Neighborhood

The Heart of the Magic City


Downtown Miami is where culture, arts, leisure, entertainment and business collide. Discover Miami’s Arts & Entertainment district downtown featuring the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Museum Park’s panoramic bayfront garden housing the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), and the new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. Neighborhood entertainment options include world-class music, theater and dance along with professional sporting events and top chart concerts hosted at the American Airlines Arena.

Location

There's a reason it's called MiamiCentral


MiamiCentral is located at NW 1st Ave between NW 3rd Street and NW 8th Street, within Miami’s core of bustling neighborhoods. Its central location allows for maximum connectivity with public transit options including the Metromover®, Metrorail®, Metrobus®, City of Miami Trolley Systems, future Tri-Rail Coastal Link® and the new Brightline inter-city express train arriving in 2017. Click below for more details on MiamiCentral’s surrounding neighborhoods.

 

Design District

Dedicated to innovative fashion, design, architecture and dining, Miami’s Design District is an up-and-coming piece of the city. With public art installations, exclusive design showrooms, chic fashion boutiques, luxury retail experiences and rejuvenated historical structures, this neighborhood has transformed the once overlooked area of Miami.

Midtown

A trending neighborhood in South Florida, Midtown has become one of the largest creative communities in the nation. An epicenter of galleries, cafes, bars, and inventiveness, it’s the go-to for those seeking artistic surroundings.

Wynwood

The works that adorn the Wynwood Walls set the tone for the area. Home to one of the largest open-air street-art installations in the world and laden with galleries and studios, Wynwood is a veritable art mecca located just south of I-195. Experience the art renaissance and boho vibe during the neighborhood’s free monthly Art Walk.

Edgewater

North of downtown Miami lies Edgewater, an evolved, highly sought after place to live. This neighborhood is developing into an urban sanctuary where residents can kick back and take in the view, or head out and enjoy MiMo on BiBo – the Miami Modernist Architecture on Biscayne Boulevard.

Brickell

Along with Downtown Miami, Brickell is the core of Miami’s banking, investment and financial sectors. It is also home to many foreign consulates and features an established residential area with shopping and dining venues at Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Centre.