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Midtown Miami is a self-contained mini-city where shopping, work, and leisure are just outside your door.

Median Home Rent (PER MONTH)

Studio / 1 BR
91% Complete


2 Bedrooms
100% Complete


3 Bedrooms
0% Complete


4 Bedrooms
0% Complete


Median Home Price

Studio / 1 BR
35% Complete


2 Bedrooms
50% Complete


3 Bedrooms
90% Complete


4 Bedrooms
100% Complete


Good For
  • Couples without kids
  • Creatives
  • Families
  • Professionals
  • Singles


What’s around
  • 6 Grocery stores/markets
  • 12 Nightlife options
  • 7 Fitness options
  • 13 Shops
  • 3 Banks
  • 1 Schools
  • 54 Restaurants






Sandwiched between Edgewater to the east and Wynwood to the southwest is the fittingly named Midtown: a 9-block, self-contained “mini city” just beyond the fringes of Downtown. Originally conceived as the “SoHo” of Miami, Midtown is essentially a hyper-condensed slice of the city at large, with luxury residential towers set atop rows of national and local stores, bars, and restaurants packed into a relatively small land area.

But what’s key to note is the variety and concentration of Midtown’s tenants: there’s nationally-recognized retail staples like Target, Home Goods, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Marshalls, and West Elm; company offices and shared workspaces; and independently owned bars and restaurants mixed in for an authentic Miami feel. There’s even a park (essentially a large plot of grass) located at dead-center, perfect for midday dog walks. The main takeaway for would-be residents? Unless you’re in the mood to go for a drive, an entire day’s worth of work, shopping, errands and leisure can be done just outside your door.

Given its purposeful planning, Midtown itself is fully walkable, and just steps away from the incredibly on-foot friendly Design District and Wynwood areas to the north and south, respectively. And while Midtown isn’t serviced by Downtown Miami’s famed Metromover monorail system, the area is nevertheless teeming with rent-able scooters and nearby Ubers, and is well-situated for a quick, traffic-light escape to Miami Beach across the Julia Tuttle Causeway, or the rest of Miami-Dade County via I95. 

Removed from the congestion and (at times) overwhelming energy of the Downtown area, Midtown is the perfect middle ground solution for those looking to live the quintessential Miami lifestyle, but with added convenience and some space to breath.



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SUGARCANE raw bar & grill

SUGARCANE raw bar & grill 3252 NE 1ST AVE, MIAMI, FL 33137 MAP

Stylish spot for eclectic small plates and artisanal cocktails.


Lagniappe 3425 NE 2ND AVE, MIAMI, FL 33137 MAP

Intimate outdoor wine garden with live music performances.

The Shops at Midtown Miami

The Shops at Midtown Miami 3401 N MIAMI AVE, MIAMI, FL 33127 MAP

This is essentially what Midtown is: an urban mall featuring big-box stores, plus trendy retail shops at restaurants.

Prohibition Restaurant and Speakeasy

Prohibition Restaurant and Speakeasy 3404 N MIAMI AVE, MIAMI, FL 33127 MAP

Speakeasy-style bar with Prohibition-era cocktails and nightlife scene.

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