Homes for Sale in Design District

Search all Design District homes for sale below. Design District is an eight square block community historically belonging to the neighborhood of Buena Vista, but is it best known as one of the hippest zip code in Miami. Design District is a Miami urban enclave famous for its uber-chic style evident in every nook and cranny of the neighborhood that continues to attract people from all walks of life.

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Design District Real Estate Statistics March 2, 2021
12
Listed
153
Avg. DOM
$579.22
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$454,450
Med. List Price
12 Properties

Design District Information

The edgy district has north 43rd Street to the north, Biscayne Boulevard to the east, North 36 Street (US 27) to the south and West First Avenue to the west.

The neighborhood where style rules has the following bustling and affluent communities nearby: Upper Eastside to its east, Buena Vista East Historic District to its north and Midtown/Wynwood to its south. Edgewater neighborhood is also close to Design District.

The neighborhood used to be part of Buena Vista but it has emerged from urban decay to a neighborhood with its own character. The rebirth of the neighborhood happened in the early 2000s when art and design stores started to build their businesses in the area.

The growing popularity pushed the neighborhood to develop its sidewalks and streets.

Craig Robins led the design revolution in the area by purchasing a number of run-down buildings and prodding famous designers including Holly Hunt, Alison Spear and Peter Page to move into the neighborhood.

Getting around town and nearby neighborhoods is convenient. Design District Miami is only 15 minutes away by car from Miami International Airport. South Beach is only 15 minutes away while American Airlines Arena is only less than 10 minutes away from the neighborhood.

Transportation around Design District includes City of Miami Trolley Biscayne-Brickell route, Metrobus, and Miami Metrorail at the Allapattah.

Design District is famous for its renovated warehouse displays that feature state of the art furniture and international sculptures. The streets of Design District have art galleries, décor showrooms, fine fashion boutiques, and some of the best restaurants and cafes in Miami.

Showrooms and art galleries are the soul of the Design District and some of them include Aravelo Gallery, de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, Locust Projects, Maman Fine Art, Opera Gallery and Swamspace.

Design District is also home to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) that encourages the exchange of art ideas and promotes the works of contemporary artists.

The neighborhood is also a favorite among brand-name fashion that some of the most exclusive labels first seen in Design District. Today, the district is home to 70 stores, with 60 more opening by 2017. The art and fashion district is home to a number of flagship stores including Tom Ford, Hermes, Christian Louboutin, Celine, Louis Vuitton and Prada. The three-story Hermes store measures 13,000 square feet and is the third U.S. flagship after Rodeo Drive and Madison Avenue.

Design District is awaiting the opening of 40 more stores come 2017. Shops include Aesop, Creed, Dior, Be Miami, Dolce & Gabbana, Isabel Marant, Tory Burch, Yves Saint-Laurent and Van Cleef & Arpels to name a few.

For a more tropical shopping experience, the popular upscale Bal Harbour Shops is only a 25-minute drive away from Design District.

True to its trendy spirit, Design District invites crowds to visit its Art & Design Night every second Saturday of the month.

Design District Real Estate

Homes for sale are as trendy as the neighborhood. Home styles vary from chic Mid-Century Modern to Art Nouveau. Residents of Design District have a median household income of $34,705. A good percentage of the individuals living in the neighborhood have bachelor’s degree or graduate degree

Design District is seeing a boost in new constructions that are open for short-term and long-term rentals. There are a number of residential enclaves in the neighborhoods of Edgewater and Wynwood. This includes: