Downtown Miami's Major Facelift

Not long ago, Downtown Miami was a forgotten neighborhood…not anymore! While Brickell may be a little ahead of Downtown in its development, the upcoming massive $1.7B Miami World Center mixed-use project encompassing 6 city blocks will forever change how we look at Downtown Miami. In addition, All Aboard Florida or the Brightline, the new massive light rail project, is building its Miami Central in Downtown making it the transportation hub to the rest of South Florida. Downtown has experienced a true renaissance in the last 15 years. The condo boom of the early 2000's created the first wave of residential development in decades. When the market fell, it created the opportunity for locals to buy in the center of town and create a critical mass for new life. With all of Miami's new development, Downtown's Flagler Street, now undergoing regentrification, features some significant historic MIami buildings which give Downtown a character all its own. Bayfront Park is host to a number of concerts and events. The advent of new Whole Food,s along with restaurants of international stature, like Zuma, have cemented Downtown's appeal and upward trajectory. The very active Downtown Development Authority has been at the forefront reseaching and reinvigoriating this new urbanism in Miami.

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The Treetop Ballroom at Jungle Island was recently hyped up with Carol City rapper Rick Ross. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Port of Miami,” his debut album, with family and friends, August 29th was an unforgettable night of star-studded celebration. Guests at this closed-to-the-public exclusive event included Trina, Fat Joe, Trick Daddy, Meek Mill, and more.

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One Thousand Museum

Spa tranquility meets museum quality living.

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Paramount World Center

Ocean views with high-end residential finishes.

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Downtown Condos

  • Sales Mid 2015 - Mid 2016

$681,250 Average Sales Price

102 Number of Sales

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Brian & David Alonso

Brothers Randy and Brian Alonso have deep roots in Downtown Miami. La Epoca, the iconic department store on Flagler Street was founded by their great grandfather and great uncle in Havana, 1927. L’Epoca reopened in Miami soon after Castro seized their business in 1959. Three generations later, the brothers have opened Lost Boy across the street, a Western inspired denim and dry goods store with a unique feel. Their commitment to the area is in their blood. Randy is a member of the Downtown Miami Partnership, while Brian is President of the Dade Heritage Trust and Board Member for the Miami Dade Homeless Trust. Their father, Tony Alonso served on the Downtown Development Authority. When he passed away in 2012, Brian stepped in to Chair the Flagler Street Task Force that is about to embark on a $13M facelift of Miami’s historic main street.

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