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Downtown Miami, is an urban residential neighborhood of the city of Miami and its Central Business Core. It spans approximately a 3.8 square mile area. In 2014 the population was about 80,700 and the population density was about 21,000 residents per square mile. However, during the day, the population in the area swells to 222,000 due to all the people working in the area. It is the cultural, financial and commercial center of all of South Florida. It is an area of high-rise buildings, government offices, museums, banks and more. Downtown Miami has approximately 20,000,000 square feet of office space and is home to countless companies, organizations, and corporations. It is also home to over 20 foreign consulates for countries around the globe. The downtown area has many skyscrapers, including the Mint at Riverfront, the Wells Fargo Center, the Southeast Financial Center, Miami Tower and much more.
In 2000, the median household income in Downtown Miami was $29,396 and by 2009, it was $40,180 show a definite improvement in the local economy. Downtown Miami can be broken down into sub-neighborhoods such as the Central Business District, Brickell, Park West, the Miami Jewelry District and more. The Downtown area also has three historic districts, Lummus Park Historic District, the Downtown Miami Historic District and the Downtown Commercial Historic District. Downtown Miami has around 15 beautiful parks including the Bayfront Park, Pace Park, Museum Park and much more. Additionally, Museum Park is home to both the Miami Art Museum and the Miami Science Museum. Downtown also has a large amount of hotels, such as the Hotel Beaux Arts Miami, The Four Ambassadors Hotel, The Four Seasons, Marriot Biscayne Bay and the Doubletree Grand Hotel.
Education for students in Downtown Miami is provided by the Miami-Dade County School District. Local schools include Down Miami Charter School, Southside Elementary School, New World School of the Arts, Bridgepoint Academy of Greater Miami and many others. Private schools like Gordon Day School and the Prima Casa Montessori School also have a hand in educating the city’s youth. The public transportation in the downtown area is provided by Metrobus, Miami Metrorail, and Metromover train system. Flagler Street is Downtown Miami’s main shopping area, other prime shopping areas are the Bayside Marketplace and Mary Brickell Village. Homes for sale in Downtown Miami are fairly rare. This is because Downtown Miami real estate market is more of a condo and apartment market with units for sale or lease. To begin your home search in Downtown Miami, call friendly local real estate agent John Merrit at 561-283-3892.
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Area and Demographic Statistics
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$1,887,770|
|Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling.||14 years|
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