Downtown Miami Condo Map

Seventeen new luxury high rise condominium buildings have been erected in Downtown Miami during the recent boom, all centered around the three Downtown waterfront parks: Margaret Pace Park, Museum Park (formerly Bicentennial Park), and Bayfront Park. Pace park has been recently renovated with a children’s playground area, BBQ and picnic area, tennis courts, and a large open field for jogging, soccer, and yoga. Museum Park was recently renamed due to the construction of the new Miami Art Museum and the Miami Science Museum. Renovations have just commenced and include a complete revamp of the park scheduled for completion in early 2013. The park is host to many large-scale events as it can hold 45,000 people. Some of these events include Ultra Music Festival, numerous rock concerts, various conventions, and boat tours around Biscayne Bay. Bayfront Park is 7 blocks south of Museum Park and host to many large events such as the New Year’s ball drop, Christmas celebrations, and concerts. It contains the Bayfront Park Amphitheater and the Tina Hills Pavilion. Downtown Miami has also recently completed the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, commonly called The Arsht Center, which is Florida’s largest performing arts center, and the core of Miami’s media and entertainment district. The Arsht Center is the headquarters and home of the Florida Grand Opera and Miami City Ballet. The New World Symphony also regularly performs at the Knight Concert Hall. Renovated parks, upscale hotels and restaurants, a booming financial district, a world class performing arts center, and unsurpassed views of Biscayne Bay  have transformed Downtown Miami into a very desirable address.