As the heart of the city, Downtown Miami is experiencing a rapid growth rate that positions it as one of Miami’s most desired places to live for young professionals. With a total population of about 50,000 and a median age of 34, the Downtown area is a thriving district containing numerous banks and offices, dining/nightlife options and sophisticated condo residences.
Brickell, its southernmost community, has garnered a great deal of attention due to its many rising developments; offering new commercial and residential spaces to meet growing demand. Just north of Brickell is the core of Downtown, home to the American Airlines Arena, the Adrienne Arsht Center and the newly built, 30-acre Museum Park, containing the Pérez Art Museum of Miami (PAMM) and the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science.
Just a couple of blocks above the Adrienne Arsht Center is Edgewater; a primarily residential neighborhood with towers by the bay. West of Edgewater you’ll find Wynwood, Miami’s booming art district. While Wynwood does not offer a residential market, its next-door neighbor Midtown is home to several condos built just a few years ago.