Miami Design District Condos Neighborhood Guide

While the Miami Design District may not be Miami’s typical oceanfront condo neighborhood, there are many reasons why this up-and-coming area has flourished rapidly within the last 5 years. Due to its fame for being the heart of all things forward in art, Miami Design District condos are perfectly located within a neighborhood dedicated to the arts. Whether that be in fashion, design, cafes, architecture, and dining experiences, the Miami Design District is the heart of up-and-coming culture.

The streets of the Miami Design District are filled with everything a trendy and up-and-coming neighborhood could desire. With cultural gems ranging from world class art galleries, décor/furniture showrooms, one of a kind street art, as well as some of the best restaurants in all of Miami. The Miami Design District Condos are centrally located amongst instantly recognizable name brand stores such as Tom Ford, Christian Louboutin, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Prada to name a few.


As of 2017, the Miami Design District is home to 70 stores with contracts to open 60 more before the end of the year, including household names such as Tory Burch, Dolce & Gabbana, Dior and Be Miami, to name a few.

Despite having all of luxury name brands at its disposal, the Miami Design District is not solely about shopping. Miami Design District condo residents take as much pride in their wide variety of cuisine options as much, if not more, than their art. The neighborhood boasts dining options that attracts award winning chefs from all over the world. Famous culinary artists Michael Schwartz cooks in the Cypress Tavern and Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten cooks at ABC Kitchen in this neighborhood.

High end shopping? Check. Delicious and one of a kind restaurants? Check. Showrooms and art galleries? Check. These galleries, such as the Aravelo Gallery, Maman Fine Art, and the Opera Gallery, are the veins that pumps life into the heart of the Miami Design District and keeps it trendy. Every second Saturday of the month the Miami Design District invites the public to visit its ‘Art & Design Night’.

The Miami Design District condos allow residents to maneuver and explore south Florida by the service of the Metrobus throughout the whole area. There are options for the City of Miami Trolley Biscayne-Brickell route and the Miami Metrorail throughout the city.

Miami Design District Condos for Sale and Rent

The Miami Design District sits on a prime location of Miami to keep residents and condo renters entertained. The neighborhood is located less than 3 miles from Downtown Miami as well as only 5 miles from the Miami International Airport and under 10 miles from the center of South Beach.

As of 2000 the population of the Miami Design District was quite low, coming in at only about 1,200 people within the famous ZIP Codes 33127 & 33137, though that is steadily increasing along with the area’s steady rise to fame. The area is buzzing with trendy denizens looking for the next best thing in the Miami condo lifestyle. Home styles vary, much like the residents the Design District attracts, with condo styles ranging from chic Mid-Century Modern to Art Nouveau. Residents of Design District have a median household income of about $35,000 annually.

Buying and Selling Miami Design District Condos

With the freshest trends in all mediums of art constantly pouring into the Design District, the condominium buildings architecture will not disappoint. There is a wide variety of styles, with less variety to rent! Currently there are under 20 condo units for rent and they go for an average of $2.5K per month.

However for residents seeking to call this hip neighborhood their home, there are nearly 30 condo units to be snagged at a fair price of about $465K.

Live up the good life as a Miami Design District condo dweller. You won’t be disappointed!