Homes for Sale in Omni / Arts District

Search all Omni / Arts District condos for sale below. Omni, also referred to as the Arts & Entertainment District is an urban neighborhood in Downtown Miami located at the south of Edgewater. This emerging neighborhood is attracting a number of home buyers who are banking on the residential potential of Omni while home prices are still affordable than its nearby communities.

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Omni / Arts District Information

The historic neighborhood of Omni has the Ease Second Avenue and Florida East Coast Railway to its west, North 24th Street to its north, Biscayne Bay to its east, and I-395 to its south.

It is near the business-filled districts of Downtown Miami, BrickellWynwood, and Design District.

Metromover Omni Loop serves the residents of Omni. Miami Metrorail through the Metromover at Government Center is also accessible to the locals. Tri-rail and Amtrak bus lines also go through the neighborhood, with the main bus station located next to the Arsht Center.

Downtown Development Authority initiated the use of bikes and provided wide biking lanes and parking. The Venetian and Rickenbacker Causeways are popular biking destinations for residents and Miami locals.

South Beach and Miami International Airport are a good 15-minute drive away from the neighborhood, while the American Airlines Arena is only a few minutes away. The neighborhood hosts the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts where locals frequent concerts and other live performances by notable artists.

Residents live a convenient lifestyle in Omni as most of what they need is within their neighborhood. For grocery needs, Omni has Publix Super Market that features easy parking, fast check out, a complete list of basic necessities, and pharmacy. L R Grocery is a convenience store in Biscayne Blvd that is a favorite among locals.

While Omni enjoys the surge of developments and redevelopments, the community is still home to some historic buildings such as Miami Women’s Club, First Church of Christ, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sears’ Department Store Tower at the Arsht Center, Fire Station No. 2 and City of Miami Cemetery.

Margaret Pace Park is a gem located in Omni that most Miami folks love to visit as it features the stunning views of the beach as its backdrop. Other parks nearby include Dorsey Park, Museum Park, Martell Park, and Stearns Park.

Omni has also a good collection of shops within and near the neighborhood. Sartoria Gherardi offers custom-tailored suits for men, while Shirley Pear Lingerie Boutique is a favorite among the female locals. For shopping malls, Wynwood Block, Midtown Mall, Miami Design District, and Target are all within close distance from Omni.

Omni also has a number of gustatory offerings. Popular restaurants and bars to visit include S&S Diner, Mignonette, NoVe Sushi & Bar, The Daily Creative Food, Pizzapazza, Sake Room, 3 Chef’s and Mike’s At Venetia.

Omni / Arts District Real Estate

In recent years, the neighborhood of Omni became a fertile ground for the construction of high-rise condominiums and rentals, which are far more affordable than those in Brickell but affordable enough to catch the attention of locals and second-home buyers.

Omni is slowly emerging as a neighborhood with a good sense of community that attracts developers and investors to continue building more properties.

Agents predict that the neighborhood will slowly make its place in Miami along with the neighborhood of Edgewater.

As with any densely populated progressive locales, the Omni / Arts District of Miami is not what you might call crime-free. Some areas are safer than others here, which may be why some flock to the lower parts as well as the edges of the Miami CBD.