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Midtown/Wynwood Miami is a neighborhood located north of Downtown Miami, popular for its warehouses converted to pieces of artworks. Living with and breathing in art is how residents describe life in Midtown/Wynwood, making it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Miami.

The Neighborhood

Midtown/Wynwood is an art district located north of the neighborhoods of Downtown Miami and Overtown and roughly bounded by I-95 to the north and west, Florida East Coast Railway to the east, and North 20th Street to the south.

It is to the south of Design District, an equally artistic neighborhood in Miami.

Prior to becoming the art destination it is today, Midtown/Wynwood was only a warehouse district that succumbed to urban decay. Street arts, murals and graffiti were welcomed by the residents and have inspired developers to bring life to the forgotten town.

It was only in 2005 that the neighborhood received huge investment and redevelopment. In just several years, the once lonely district of Midtown/Wynwood breathed in new life and has since grown into an avenue for artists, innovators and creators.

Tony Goldman was instrumental in making Midtown/Wynwood an art mecca. Through him, a group of 30 artists from different cultural backgrounds visited the neighborhood in 2009 and created Wynwood Walls, which served as a huge art statement that has brought respect and attention to street art and graffiti.

This neighborhood next to Edgewater has two sub-districts: Wynwood Fashion District at West 5th Avenue and Wynwood Art District in its northern side.

Wynwood Fashion District has North 30th Street to its north, West 2nd Avenue to its east, I-95 to its west and North 23rd Street to the west. The sub-district has a main road that traverses the Northwest Fifth Avenue, which boasts of a wealth of major textile retailers and distributors.

The other sub-district – Wynwood Art District, bounded by the North 20th Street to the north, I-95 to the west, Northeast First Avenue to the east and North 36th Street to the south, is home to more than 70 art galleries, studios and museums. The district hosts an art walk every second Saturday of the month when studios and art galleries welcome the public to view collections of art by renowned artists.

Residents of Midtown/Wynwood benefit from Miami’s free trolley service within the city limits, Metrobus, Metromover’s School Board Station to its south and Miami Metrorail at Allapattah.

Wynwood has two parks: Roberto Clemente Park and Robert E. Lee Park but the latter is for the exclusive use of Jose de Diego Middle School.

Things To Do

Midtown/Wynwood is also a place to party. Bardot is among the first to pop in the neighborhood popular for featuring up and coming rappers and superstar DJs. House and techno enthusiasts can be seen heading out to The Electric Pickle Company, a known favourite of international DJs.

The community is teeming with a number of cultural institutions including the Rubell Family Collection and Margulies Collection. Rubell Family Collection is among the United States’ top provate collection of modern art, with a huge assortment of photography, paintings, sculptures and conceptual art. The gallery features works by Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons and Cindy Sherman to name a few.

The neighborhood may be rich in arts and culture, but gastronomic experience in the neighborhood does not fail to impress as well.

GK Bistronomie serves Peruvian-inspired cuisines that carefully match the interior design of the place, an artwork in itself. Beaker and Gray is a craft cocktail bar that offers globally inspired menu. A previous Kickstarter project, Zak the Baker whips up fresh from the oven soups and sandwiches that are kosher-guaranteed.

Top Restaurants In Midtown/Wynwood

1. KYU
251 NW 25th St
Miami, FL 33127
(786) 577-0150

2. Beaker & Gray
2637 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 699-2637

3. The British Garden
56 NW 29th St
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 676-5455

4. The Wynwood Yard
56 NW 29th St
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 771-4810

5. Della Test Kitchen
56 NW 29th St
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 771-4810

6. Alter Restaurant & Bar
223 NW 23rd St
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 573-5996

7. Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood
2700 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 573-1505

8. Suviche – Wynwood
2751 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 501-5010

9. Wood Tavern
2531 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 748-2828

10. Bunbury
2200 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 333-6929


The edgy neighborhood of Midtown/Wynwood is home to a few but eye-catching condominiums. This includes:


Public schools in Midtown/Wynwood are under the supervision of Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Elementary schools in and near the area include: Eneida Harter Elementary School, Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School and Paul Laurence Dunbar Elementary School. Jose de Diego Middle School and Young Men’s Preparatory Academy (exclusive for boys, Grade 6-12) are also within the neighborhood. College students can attend Miami Ad School.

The full list of Midtown/Wynwood schools includes:

North Beach Elementary School
4100 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Design & Architecture Senior High School
4001 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33137

MAST Academy
3979 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

New World School of the Arts
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

School for Advanced Studies-Wolfson
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

Ada Merritt K-8 Center
660 Southwest 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33130

Young Women’s Preparatory Academy
1150 Southwest 1st Street, Miami, FL 33130

Miami Arts Charter School
3900 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137

International Studies Charter Middle School
2480 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135

I Preparatory Academy
1500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132

Charter High School of the Americas
984 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130

South Pointe Elementary School
1050 4th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Real Estate Trends

Midtown/Wynwood real estate is primarily a buyer’s market as median sales price of 3-bedroom homes decreased by 7.1% from $968,650 in 2015 to $900,000 in 2016. However, the demand for 2-bedroom homes is evident in its one-year trend, as the prices of Midtown/Wynwood two-bedroom properties appreciated by 8.4% from $375,000 in 2015 to $406,500 in 2016.

Homes for sale in Midtown/Wynwood Miami have an average price per square foot of $354 and a median listing price of $398,000.

About 49% of Midtown/Wynwood residents are single or were never married. The median household income of the neighborhood is currently at $24,332.

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