Miami’s Design District is a relatively small neighborhood located north of Midtown Miami in Florida. This famous district is home to more than 130 art galleries, creative services, showrooms, antique dealers, bars and eateries. The district hosts a monthly community design and art night from 7 to 10 PM.
However, the district is not only home to unusual art centers and funky galleries, it is also a Mecca for enthusiast shoppers. You can take a stroll through fantastic closet staples, such as Prada, Christian Louboutin, Hermes and Louis Vuitton which are located adjacent to carefully curated high-end boutiques as well as home décor outlets that specialize in things like retro refrigerators and chic lofts.
Once comprising only dated low-rise warehouses that served as art galleries, retail spaces, cafés and restaurants, the district received global attention as a unique and creative neighborhood when it became the birthplace of Design Miami and went on to play a big part in the expansion and development of Miami Art Week.
The real estate in Design District mostly comprises small-sized (2 to 3 bedrooms) and medium-sized (4 to 5 bedrooms) properties, but there are a few larger properties too. There are over 55 homes available for sale in this unique neighborhood.
If you are planning to purchase or rent a townhome, condo or apartment complex in this region, we can help you pick out the perfect home. You can contact our realtors to browse a wide range of properties in Design District for both selling and renting.
The average household income in Design District is $44,956. Whites and Hispanics make up a significant chunk of the population and the rest are African-Americans and Latinos. The region’s population is almost equally divided in terms of gender. The average price of real estate here is $295,400, while the average cost of renting is $2,960. The number of white-collar workers is significantly higher than blue collar workers in the area. Over 20% of the population in the neighborhood is not well-versed in English language.
Restaurants and Shopping Malls
Some of the best chefs have opened everything from namesake restaurants to café-style eateries and diners in Design District. These restaurants offer Mexican, Italian, American and Chinese cuisines. You can visit these locales for dinner, lunch, breakfast or an afternoon respite. Some notable restaurants are MC Kitchen, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Cypress Tavern, Harry’s Pizzeria and Ella.
The neighborhood has become synonymous with luxury and glamour. If you are looking for a fantastic shopping spree, you can head over to this posh pocket in artistic Miami. Some popular shopping locations in the district are Louis Vuitton, Harry Winston, Hublot, Zadig & Voltaire and Celine.
There are some good schools in Design District, some of which them are listed below:
- Metropolitan International School of Miami
- Bay Point Christian Academy
- Kidscape Elementary School
- La Petite Academy
The construction work in Design District began after 1945 and the majority of residential properties were built after 1950s.
You can contact our realtor, Dan Maza on +1 (305)433-2818 for more information.