Midtown Miami Condos are an example of a city feel with an urban vibe. Midtown Miami represent the edgy, bohemian side of Miami and even though in distance its very close to Downtown Miami, Brickell and South Beach, it feels completely different. Midtown Miami condos features sidewalks filled with boutiques, cafes, lounges, restaurants, and more. Art and culture are at the heart of this neighborhood, with special installations and exhibits adorning the streets in an urban meets chic, indoor-outdoor setting.
Midtown Miami is an urban development area that has become very popular among young entrepreneurs and professionals. The spectacular views form these condos showcase Downtown Miami and the Biscayne bay. Midtown Miami has seen many new high rise condos and lofts. Some of the new buildings are Midtown 2, Midtown 4, Paramount Bay, Blue, Platinum, Bay House and ICON Bay. Only minutes to South Beach from the two causeways.
Midtown Miami has an expansive selection of retailers which include the main anchors Target, Home Goods and Sports Authority, but also feature a nice selection of smaller stores and service oriented businesses such as West Elm, Carters and a Fed Ex store. But Midtown is best know for its dining. Some of the restaurants in the neighborhood include Sugarcane, Mercadito, Acme Bakery, Salumeria 105, Angelina’s, The Cheese Course in addition to I love Pizza and Oxxo Dry Cleaners which features 24 hour drop off and pick up via an electronic system. Beyond Midtown 2, you will find which features Nail Bar (manicures), Solar Intoxication (tanning salon), Sweetcakes Edibles (cupcake bakery), Blo Bar (hair drying place), Green Monkey Midtown (yoga studio) and Vintage Liquors (liquor store) one block away. Right in front of Midtown 4 is Midblock which features Sugarcane Grill and Mercadito, two of the neighborhood’s hottest restaurants in addition to 100 Montaditos (spanish tapas sandwiches), Giraffas (brazilian cafe), and many others. Some of the other restaurants in or around Midtown 2 include Lime Mexican Grill, Egyptian Pizza, Sakaya Kitchen (asian), Wine Vault (lounge) and Moloko (coffee). Right across from the Shops at Midtown Miami you have Gigi’s and George’s Kitchen Midtown which are very popular restaurants with sophisticated decor and delicious food.
Midtown Miami condos for sale is just steps to the Miami Design District which features an ever growing roster of ultra luxury retailers that rivals Bal Harbour. Some of these boutiques include Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Dior Homme, Celine and Maison Martin Margiella. Others are under construction including Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ermenegildo Zegna, Bulgari and Tom Ford. But the Design District has not forgotten about its roots as a design oriented neighborhood. The Miami Design District features Holly Hunt, Waterworks, Ornare, Luminaire and Jonathan Adler. In addition to great shopping, the Miami Design District features an impressive array of gourmet restaurants for the most sophisticated taste. Some of the restaurants are Michael’s Genuine, MC Kitchen, Harry’s Pizza, Mandolin and Oak Tavern.