Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Miami

Moving to a new city can always be overwhelming, especially if you are moving to a big city like Miami. A multi-cultural hot spot, Miami is experiencing a boom in construction and attracting more young people every year. Whether you are moving to Miami and want to live in an exciting neighborhood or looking to invest in real estate, check out some of Miami’s up and coming neighborhoods.

The up and coming neighborhoods in Miami listed below are a mix of new areas and previously neglected neighbors that have recently become popular. Both types of neighborhoods are experiencing growth and an increase of development. All these up and comers also feature thriving local shops and restaurants as well as exciting night life entertainment.


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Miami Design District

From its humble beginning as a pineapple farm in the Buena Vista neighborhood, the Miami Design District is one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods known for its contemporary art museum and world-class luxury shops. Brands with stores in this area include Rust & Bone, Dolce & Gabanna, Louis Vuitton, Tom Ford, Celine, Balenciaga, and Dior.  Nestled around this quickly developing shopping district are quiet residential neighborhoods and apartment complexes, many of them newly constructed. Real estate investors can enjoy decreasing home buying prices and increasing rental rates.


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Little Havana

The heart of Cuban culture in Miami, Little Havana was originally a mostly Jewish neighborhood. After feeling the communist revolution in Cuba, many Cuban immigrants settled into the neighborhoods during the 1960s. Now, the neighborhood is still filled with Latin culture with local restaurants serving Cuban, Dominican, Puerto Rican, and South American flavors. However, it has recently become an increasingly popular tourist and residential attraction. Property in this area is seeing an increase in market value. Real estate investors can find affordably priced homes to buy, while renters can still find inexpensive apartment rentals.


Also called Overtown, this area was once considered an extension of the Port of Miami. It has no established itself as its own neighborhood after a boom in mixed-used development. Ideally located near Downtown Miami and Wynwood, Midtown is home to mix of pedestrian-friendly areas, high-rise residences, and a variety of retails spaces. While not waterfront property, real estate investors will like the comparatively low property prices so near to the downtown area. Rent is a bit pricier in this area, but residents benefit from a cosmopolitan community that’s never boring.

Move to These Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Miami

Established Moving & Storage has already helped many individuals and families move into some of the most exciting up and coming neighborhoods in South Florida. If you are planning to relocate to one of these Miami neighborhoods or anywhere else in the Tri-County area, book our Miami movers. We deliver customer satisfaction at a competitive price. Give us a call or contact us today to receive your free moving estimate!

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