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Bayside Marketplace is ranked the number one most visited attraction in the City of Miami, bringing millions of locals and tourists all year long. Partnered with one Miami’s largest marinas, the two-story outdoor shopping center offers a unique entertainment experience with live music, restaurants, bars and family events.
With almost 16 million annual visitors, Miami Beach is consistently ranked one of the top beaches in the world. Miami’s top 10 nightlife scene, high-end hotels, and vibrant culture creates an experience different from most beach towns in the world.
Miami’s Financial District contains over 50 waterfront apartments, condominiums, and office buildings. A true city landscape filled with shopping, restaurants and nightlife.
While Downtown Miami is one of the areas most populated residential and business districts, it is also represents a large entertainment culture. With attractions like Bayside Marketplace, Bayfront Park, and American Airlines Arena, Downtown Miami consistently brings large crowds to the waterfront.
MacArthur Causeway is a six-lane highway that connects Miami Beach and Downtown, Miami. Crossing over Biscayne Bay, the road connects the exclusive celebrity neighborhoods of Star Island, Hibiscus Island, and Palm Island and is one of the most traveled highways in the city.
With over 20 waterfront bars and restaurants and over 50 residential and office buildings, the Miami River is a prime waterfront destination. Walking paths, boaters and city parks create a lively mix of culture along the Miami River.
The Midtown, Wynwood, and Edgewater areas are some of the hottest up and coming parts of the city. Home to museums, high-end residential buildings, the Art District and the Design District, Midtown is a rich cultural blend unlike other areas of Miami.