Downtown Miami Real Estate is on fire, and not just because the world-champion Miami Heat light up the American Airlines Arena eight months of the year. The population of Downtown has doubled since 2000, as developers reshape the Downtown area to include more arts and entertainment options, and more choices for people interested in living close to where they work. It includes many historic buildings and cultural centers, as well as the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, which houses many of the operations of Miami-Dade County.
Metrorail and the Metromover make it easy and efficient to get around Downtown Miami condos, and of course both Miami Beach and I-95 are minutes away. The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts includes concert halls, and is home to both the Florida Grand Opera and the Miami City Ballet, as well as touring productions of Broadway hits, the Alvin Ailey dancers, and much more. Bayside Marketplace is a waterfront open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment destination, the perfect place to take out-of-town guests for afternoon cocktails with a view. New restaurants and shops are opening in Downtown everyday, as new residents create demand for the best that the Magic City can offer.