Midtown Miami is a mix-use complex west of Biscayne Blvd. and NE 36th street in Miami, Florida. The Shops at Midtown is the retail component of the complex, 2 Midtown, 4 Midtown, Midblock, Hyde Midtown, The Standard Residences Miami (Coming soon), Gio Midtown, and Cortland Midtown Miami are the residential components of the neighborhood. Also, many restaurants and shops like Sugarcane, Salumeria 104, and Trader Joe’s anchor the bottom of some of the buildings.
Moreover, Midtown Miami is located just a few blocks from the Miami Design District. The Miami Design District is a shopping destination dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art, architecture, and dining. Some of the high-end stores in the District are Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Hermes just to name a few. The Miami Design District is also home to world-class restaurants. Cote Miami, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, and Le Jardinier just to name a few.
Meanwhile, for art lovers, the Wynwood Art District is just a few blocks away. A veritable paradise offering the most extensive collection of Street Art in the world. Those wishing to live in Wynwood have many options, such as the Wynwood 25, The Dorsey, Diesel Wynwood (Coming soon), NoMad Residences Wynwood, and Wynwood 29.
For those who require easy access to the airport, Miami International Airport is just about 7-10 minutes away from Midtown Miami. If you like to see a Heat game, the Miami Arena is just about 10 minutes away. If you don’t feel like driving, the Miami Trolley can take you to the game. And the best part of it is, it’s free!
Similarly, Midtown is located just about 10 minutes from Miami Beach. You can drive, ride a bike or jog all the way to the beach. Take the Venetian Causeway, just a few blocks South of Midtown and you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery. Thus, Midtown Miami offers an array of attractions, easily accessible by a variety of modes of transportation.