Downtown Miami Condos and Neighborhood Guide

At Miami’s core is Downtown Miami – a true, urban neighborhood nestled between Park West to the north and Brickell to the south. This ever-changing neighborhood includes points of interest such as Bayside Marketplace, Bayfront Park, Government Center, Miami-Dade College, and the Intercontinental Hotel. Additionally, popular fine dining restaurants such as Zuma, Area 31, DB Bistro, Toro Toro, and Tuyo are located in Downtown Miami as well as the organic grocer Whole Foods Market. Upcoming developments in Downtown Miami include Skyrise Miami – a 1,000-foot tall observation tower which is slated to include a restaurant, nightclub, ballroom, members-only club, as well as various attractions – and Met Square – a mixed-use development which will feature a residential tower along with retail, restaurants, and an 18-screen cinema. Once completed, Skyrise Miami would be the second tallest observation tower in the nation.
 
The condominium developments in Downtown Miami vary greatly in price and quality with Epic widely considered to be the most luxurious and The Loft Downtown to be more of an entry-level condo development. The condo towers located along Biscayne Boulevard overlook Bayfront Park and offer direct, unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
 
By car, Downtown Miami is just 10 from South Beach and 15 minutes from Coconut Grove, Midtown Miami, and the Miami International Airport.

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  • $590K Sales average
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  • $3.3K Rentals average
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  • How many grocery stores does Downtown Miami have?

    Downtown Miami has one primary grocery store. A Whole Foods Market is located in Downtown Miami at 233 SE 3 Ave.

  • How many parks / green spaces does Downtown Miami have?

    Downtown Miami has just one park / green space - Bayfront Park. Bayfront Park is a 32-acre, waterfront park sandwiched between Biscayne Boulevard and Biscayne Bay.