Wynwood, formerly known as the warehouse district has become the arts hub of Miami. The neighborhood is home to trendy restaurants & bars, over 70 art galleries & museums, and multiple companies & creators.
Wynwood is located north of Downtown Miami between NW 36th Street (north), NW 20th Street (south), I-95 (west) and NE 1st Avenue (east).
Originally opened as Bayshore Golf Course in 1923 as part of pioneering developer Carl Fisher’s ambitious Alton Beach subdivision that was designed to lure wealthy winter residents from New York, Indianapolis and Detroit.
The City of Miami Beach hired Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest and Associates for the latest and most extensive transformation. The once tired and under-utilized Bayshore has now become the elegant and highly regarded Miami Beach Golf Club.
Miami Beach’s Sunset Harbour Shops, developed by Scott Robins Companies, is located at 1900 Bay Road between 18th & 20th street.
Sunset Harbour is full of must-try restaurants, bakeries, juice-bars, work-out studios, salons and shops. The area has quickly become a mini hotspot for dining and shopping.
The Miami Design District, formerly known as Buena Vista, is home to over 130 art galleries, showrooms, flagship luxury fashion stores, restaurants and bars.
The Miami Design District is located between North 36th Street, North 43rd Street, West 1st Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden showcases Florida native plants and trees. The Botanical Garden is an urban greenspace located at the heart of South Beach, which was transferred in 2011 by South Florida landscape architect Raymond Jungles.
The Garden offers free admission from Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 5pm.