High above a pretty & well kept street in flood zone X sits this inviting 4 bedroom 2 bath home on lush, tropical grounds. Well built by Jennings, it features a covered entry, foyer, split bedrooms and stainless steel and granite in a kitchen that opens to the great room. Additionally it has newer bathrooms and 3 sets of French doors that beckon you to the covered patio and screened pool with attached deck and nearby Tiki Hut plus a full...Continue Reading!
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Egg and Dart Greek Grill happens to be one of Sydney Server’s favorite places to eat in the Design District. Here on a recent business lunch break with NEW MIAMI Team Members REALTOR Violetta Kashapova and Maria Silva. Sydney Server Real Estate stays up-to-date with new projects and proposals in this location. It’s still unclear if plans for luxury residences in the Design District will come to fruition, but our readers can stay informed by subscribing here. Sydney Server Suggests: When...Continue Reading!
It's all about location, location, location. Even within Miami's core, rental rates will vary by sub-areas. "A rental unit that is located in an area that affords convenience to where people are going to work, eat and play will command a rent premium, especially newer units," said Denise Sicuso, managing broker of EWM's Brickell office, in a Miami Today News article. Ms. Sicuso told Miami Today that, according to EWM's Facts & Trends and the MLS, condos for rent in...Continue Reading!
A 60s double decker bus previously owned by Miami’s Churchill Pub has come full circle, as Cask Chronicles made their way to the Design District on Feb 21-22. This was done in honor of Miami’s Wine and Food Festival, as well as to spotlight the complexities of creating well-heeled men’s fashion. The tour bus was designed as more than just a foodie’s tour, since it transforms fittingly to a men’s tailoring boutique on the lower floor. Duncan Quinn is the renowned...Continue Reading!
The Wynwood Arts District is now celebrated as a cultural epicenter for art and design. This location is frequented by tourists who may also be shopping for luxury homes in Miami. If you’re one such traveler, there are a few things you should know about shopping for homes as an international buyer: Foreign Buyer Tips: Financing: If financing, here’s what you should know: There’s a Foreign National mortgage program available through several banks. The stipulations vary but may include a substantial down payment...Continue Reading!
In a push to create a more pedestrian friendly NEW MIAMI, Wynwood Ways is now evidence of a vision brought to life. The intersection of NW 2nd Avenue and NW 25TH Street is just one of 15 new artist designed crosswalks that will be designed in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami. Maestro Carlos Cruz-Diez was commissioned with this undertaking, and now residents, visitors, and even the same artists can take a look at art-while walking on the roadways. The geometric...Continue Reading!
Each second Saturday of the month, the Design District in Miami hosts and an Art + Design night. On February 9, 2013 crowds of art lovers came out to enjoy gallery walks, art, upscale shopping, and designer showrooms. To add to the atmosphere, music and exciting eats were plentiful. The Locust Projects were featured as well as Swapsaces "La Maison Du Desir / The House of Desire", and more. For newbies looking to get in on this art walk, the...Continue Reading!
Miami’s Design District is receiving plenty of buzz for its new luxury stores, but there’s also a lot of action going on with restaurants too. A few Design District favorites include: Oak Tavern: Chef David Bracha has been a Design District native for 15 years, but his Oak Tavern is new to the area. Still, he has tons of credentials for the River Seafood & Oyster Bar he owns and manages in Downtown Miami. These days Chef Bracha...Continue Reading!
The latest Miami Design District news include: New Mixed-Use Building for Design District Enrique Norton released a blueprint of a mixed use building that will be situated in the Design District of Miami. The property is currently zoned for retail, restaurant, and office spaces at 112-130 NE 41 Street. The Museum Village – as it will be labeled according to Cymbal Development, will comprise of 100,000 SF in space. In addition, Museum Village will be just...Continue Reading!
The Wynwood Arts Fair will be back in full force for its second year President’s Weekend, between February 14-18, 2013. The fair will be held at the Miami Art Pavilion, which is the same location that hosted thousands of visitors during Art Basel 2012. Nick Korniloff, who is the lead Director of the fair, has stated that this year’s event will honor the late Tony Goldman with several works of art. The Wynwood Arts District is...Continue Reading!