Jewelry District

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The Jewelry District of Miami is a sub neighborhood found within the Central Business District. It is called such because of the jewelry stores, gem dealers, and jewelers found within its borders.

The Neighborhood

Another sub-neighborhood of the Central Business District of Miami is the Jewelry District, which is where jewelers, jewelry stores, and gem dealers hold office. The area that is covered by this name is a mere 4 city blocks. From NE 2nd Street to NE 2nd Avenue, then down to E Flager Street, to N Miami Avenue. This is the third place in the United States that carries this designation, with the other two being in Los Angeles California and Providence Rhode Island.

People who live in this area of the Miami-CBD are generally between the ages of 31 and 42. As with other parts of the CBD, home ownership here is below 20%, with people renting apartments and condominium units rather than buying homes. Despite the fact that people do not own homes here, they still love the place for its colorful and diverse history. They also enjoy the fact that this is where people go to buy jewelry.

Those who end up purchasing homes here either have businesses nearby or are investors who lease their properties to others. Most of the buildings here were built between 1995 and 2001, with the exception of those that are on the list of historic buildings in Miami which have been around since the 1920s.

Things To Do

As the name implies, the Jewelry District is a place where you buy jewelry, but that is not the only thing you can do here. There are actually a few other establishments within it like fabric retailers, a bar cum gallery, and a few notable restaurants. There is also a shopping mall in this particular region of the CBD.

After you’ve had your share of jewelry shopping and strolling along historic streets here, you can try out some of the restaurants that can be found within and around this district:


1. NIU Kitchen
134 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(786) 542-5070

2. Fooq’s
1035 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33136
(786) 536-2749

3. Bali Café
109 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 358-5751

4. 180 Degrees At The DRB
501 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 809-7564

5. Tuyo
415 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 237-3200

6. Bavaria Haus
401 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132
(786) 483-8861

7. Zona Fresca
244 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132
(786) 671-5341

8. CVI.CHE 105
105 NE 3rd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 577-3454

9. Guayabitas Eatery
215 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33128
(305) 372-1119

10. Pollos Y Jarras
115 NE 3rd Ave
Miami, FL 33132
(786) 567-4940


There are very few homes to be found in this sub-neighborhood, and those that are within or nearby are either condominium units, lofts, and multi-family residential buildings.


The Jewelry District of Miami shares a number of schools with the Historic District since both are within the borders of the Miami-CBD.

Here is a list of some of these schools near the Jewelry District of Miami:

Downtown Miami Charter School
305 Northwest 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33128

Pineview Preschools Downtown
1835 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33135

Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School
8390 Northwest 53rd Street, Miami, FL 33166

New World School Of The Arts
25 Northeast 2nd Street Miami, FL 33132

Real Estate Trends

The Jewelry District of Miami is a rather small sub-neighborhood which is just 4 square blocks. This very busy area of the city has loft buildings, condominium buildings, and apartment complexes for people to live in. The usual rental rates that people will find here range from $1,650 to 1,750 per bedroom. If you are thinking of buying within this neighborhood, expect to shell out between $350,000 and $489,000 for units that are being sold here.

Most of the buildings here, apart from the historic ones, were built between 1995 and 2005, making these somewhat new. Residents here are mostly in their thirties, with a few 20-somethings and children below 18 thrown into the mix. The neighborhood is not that densely populated due to the fact that most of the structures here are used for business and not for residential purposes.

As for the safety and security of the place, it is a pretty safe locale due to the fact that jewelry sellers employ security personnel for their businesses. This translates to a lower crime rate, with the sprinkling of crimes happening here being more about liquor law violations and theft.

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