New Building Developments in the Miami Design District
Miami is a happening mega-city. It has long been considered an international destination and the most northern city in Latin America. Vacationing here or living here is a thrilling experience. Historically, property in South Florida from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys was considered prime real estate. Movers and shakers living here wanted to live the elegant Miami Beach lifestyle. Home furniture, artwork, accessories, and everything from floor coverings to wind vanes could be found at Craig Robins Miami Design District (MDD) just off I-95. Interior Decorators, designers, and their clients walked the streets, window shopped and searched the stores for the perfect item for their home. They have made purchases here in the MDD for decades.
The Miami Design District was once an oasis in a blighted area of Miami. Shoppers would brave the trip to this neighborhood to find that mecca of bargains in furniture and accessories that could be obtained for the fashionable South Florida home. Shoppers familiar with the MDD before the turn of the twenty-first century would not recognize the place now, and all the changes made have been for the better.
The Miami Design District has had an infusion of money thanks to the creation of upscale clothing and jewelry stores alongside the interior design stores. There are new restaurants, furniture, and design stores and thanks to world renown luxury brands like Hermes, Gucci, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Celine the MDD has a newer more powerful physique to go along with its old but pure heart.
The neighborhoods around the MDD are increasing in value and becoming sought after by a new generation of professionals who choose to live in an urban area. This group has turned away from the suburbia craze of their parents, and they now seek to be closer to the action, shopping, entertainment, and work.
Miami with its tropical climate and extensive venues for sailing and power boating have lured countless stars to its sunny shores. Sports figures, actors, singers like Madonna, Anna Kournikova, Chayanne, Gloria Estefan, John Secada, Julio Iglesias, Matt Damon, and Hulk Hogan, they all call Miami home. These celebrities are known to haunt the new and improved Miami Design District, and visitors might be lucky to catch sight of one or more celebrities here lunching or shopping. Remember that Miami is a hot spot for celebrities, but if you see a star, you must be cool.