The Miami Design District, one of the premier submarkets in Miami, has quickly evolved into the location of choice for creative industries and is also a world class luxury shopping destination in South Florida. This neighborhood is known throughout the world for its architectural and artistic significance because it is home to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), the De La Cruz Collection, Design and Architecture Senior High (DASH), and is a top destination for attendees of Miami’s annual Art Basel art show. The area continues to expand as a fashion center and is now home to numerous luxury bands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada, Christian Louboutin, Chanel, Cartier, Rolex, Givenchy, Berluti, Tom Ford, Tiffany & Co., Valentino, and Brioni. As the area continues to be developed, even more luxury brands are expected to flock to what has become the premier retail center of South Florida. The Design District is also home to several popular restaurants including Michael’s Genuine, MC Kitchen, Cypress Tavern, and Ella. Miami’s Design District is an innovative hub for art, design, shopping, and entertainment, unparalleled by any other neighborhood in Miami.
Conveniently located just a few minutes from Downtown, South Beach, and the Miami International Airport, Miami’s Design District continues to transform itself into an upscale neighborhood with a pedestrian-friendly concept which includes cafes and public plazas, a highly anticipated boutique hotel (the first in the vicinity) and luxury condominiums.
The Design District is also served by a free trolley system that connects the area to nearby Midtown, the Biscayne Corridor, Downtown and Brickell