According to pop culture media, Complex Style, Wynwood is now labeled as one of the sixth most stylish districts, not only in the United States, but in the entire world.
The brief synopsis shed light on the District’s more than seventy galleries, museums, and art collections.
Though Wynwood is relatively new in terms of its development, it has been making waves in the conversations of art and design lovers across the world.
Each second Saturday of the month, the arts culture is furthermore embedded into the lives of residents and visitors with weekly art walks.
When you enter Wynwood, you basically enter a different world. Somewhere that’s one-of-a kind. There are also several murals or museums that line the streets. The art community has lead the regentrification of the area, and that’s what makes the district hip.
Wynwood was an old garment and warehouse district similar to Chelsea in NYC. The late founder, Tony Goldman, of the WADA (Wynwood Art District Association), was also part of Chelsea art district in NYC.
The Wynwood Walls additionally make up one of the grandest outdoor murals in the world.
Sydney Server is an advocate of the emerging Miami Art community. She also specializes in Luxury residential Miami Real Estate. Her license is held with EWM International Realtor an affiliate of CHRISTIES.
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