Downtown Miami

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of their cultural traits (Culture). The overall culture of Miami is heavily influenced by its large population of Hispanics, and Blacks, mainly from the Caribbean islands. Miami's heavy-rail rapid transit system, Metrorail (Metrorail (Miami)), is an elevated system comprising 22 stations on a The conference serves as a platform for many underground and indie artists from over 70 different countries who spend the conference at events and panels; it is also a medium used by several entrepreneurs and consumer electronic (consumer electronics) companies to present their businesses and technological developments. thumb right 220px The island of Manhattan (Image:Panorama clip3.jpg), from which the term is derived. thumb right Manhattanization took place in Miami, Florida Miami (File:Miamimanhattanizationdowntown.jpg)'s Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell neighborhoods, during the building boom of the mid-2000s that ended in 2007 with the subprime mortgage crisis. thumb right Skyscrapers along Market Street (San Francisco) Market Street (Image:San Francisco Financial District.jpg) in San Francisco, built during the 1960s through the 1980s.


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The conference serves as a platform for many underground and indie artists from over 70 different countries who spend the conference at events and panels; it is also a medium used by several entrepreneurs and consumer electronic (consumer electronics) companies to present their businesses and technological developments. thumb right 220px The island of Manhattan (Image:Panorama clip3.jpg), from which the term is derived. thumb right Manhattanization took place in Miami, Florida Miami (File:Miamimanhattanizationdowntown.jpg)'s Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell neighborhoods, during the building boom of the mid-2000s that ended in 2007 with the subprime mortgage crisis. thumb right Skyscrapers along Market Street (San Francisco) Market Street (Image:San Francisco Financial District.jpg) in San Francisco, built during the 1960s through the 1980s.


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Dade College Festivals and events *DWNTWN Concert Series, free performances every 2nd Friday of the month at 5:30pm, Bayfront Park *New Year's Big Orange Drop, Bayfront Park *Miami Marathon, marathon held in January *Ultra Music Festival, electronic music festival held in March *Miami International Film Festival, held in March *Winter Music Conference, held in March *Independence Day Celebration, Bayfront Park * Miami Book Fair International


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Downtown has three U.S. (United States) historic district (Historic district (United States))s. The Downtown Miami Commercial Historic District, the Downtown Miami Historic District, and the Lummus Park Historic District. National Register of Historical Places - FLORIDA (FL), Dade County The Downtown Miami Historic District comprises The conference serves as a platform for many underground and indie artists from over 70 different countries who spend the conference at events and panels; it is also a medium used by several entrepreneurs and consumer electronic (consumer electronics) companies to present their businesses and technological developments. thumb right 220px The island of Manhattan (Image:Panorama clip3.jpg), from which the term is derived. thumb right Manhattanization took place in Miami, Florida Miami (File:Miamimanhattanizationdowntown.jpg)'s Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell neighborhoods, during the building boom of the mid-2000s that ended in 2007 with the subprime mortgage crisis. thumb right Skyscrapers along Market Street (San Francisco) Market Street (Image:San Francisco Financial District.jpg) in San Francisco, built during the 1960s through the 1980s.


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price at $300 per square foot. During the Miami building boom of the mid-first decade of the 21st century, 23,628 condominium and apartments were built in numerous high-rise towers that quickly transformed the city. Over 85% of these apartments are now occupied as of early 2011. It is estimated that about 550 new residents move to Downtown every month. http: miamidda.com pdf DDA_Feb2011_OccupancyStudyRelease.pdf Renters make up 56% of the residents in Downtown. ref

was connected to Downtown, by a series of streetcars down Coral Way. Today, Coral Gables homes are some of the most expensive single-family homes in Miami, as the vast majority of them have been preserved since the 1920s. Within Coral Gables, Miracle Mile (Miracle Mile (Coral Gables)) has urbanized over the decades, becoming a dense, urban neighborhood with numerous high rise apartment and office towers. '''Historic Overtown Lyric Theatre''' is a Metrorail (Miami


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neighborhoods and can get very busy during rush hour. Omni (Omni (Miami)) is an urban neighborhood with numerous hotels, and high-rise residential buildings. The neighborhood's name comes from the Omni International Mall on Biscayne Boulevard. Omni borders Biscayne Bay the east, NE 2nd Ave to the west, NE 21st St to the north and I-395 (Interstate 395 (Florida)) to the south. Pace Park, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and the (former) Miami

retail chains, as well as local Miami stores. Mary Brickell Village is on Miami Avenue and SE 10th Street in Brickell. Mary Brickell Village is a major nightlife area and has many of Miami's upscale bars and restaurants that stretch along Miami Avenue from around SE 6th Street to Broadway (SE 15th Road). Education Public schools 220px thumb right Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (Image:Knightconcerthall.jpg), the second-largest performing arts center in the U.S

construction in the new Museum Park (Bicentennial Park (Miami)) in Downtown's Park West (Park West (Miami)) neighborhood 220px thumb Olympia Theater and Office Building Gusman Center for the Performing Arts (File:Miami FL Downtown HD Olympia Theater01.jpg) is one of the last remaining theaters from the many that once existed on Flagler Street in the 1920s 220px thumb Gesu Church (Miami, Florida) Gesu Church (File:Miami FL Downtown HD Gesu Church sq pano01.jpg), built in 1896


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is once again a two way street, with one lane in each direction. At Miami Avenue, Flagler Street forms the center of Miami, as Miami Avenue represents the baseline for east and west. The road becomes East Flagler Street as it continues through central Miami, terminating at Biscayne Boulevard (U.S. Route 1 (U.S. Route 1 (Florida))), with Bayfront Park, featuring a scenic view of Biscayne Bay just east of the end of Flagler Street. ref name "Flagler map eb">


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in Miami and Florida. ''Blood and Wine'' was shot in Miami, South Florida and the Florida Keys, including some scenes at the Caribbean Club in Key Largo. Alex’s family home is located in the Coral Gables Pinecrest area. Gabriela is shown to live in Little Havana. The Reeses live in Millionaire’s Row


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Downtown (Downtown Miami), Miami (Miami, Florida) state Florida '''New World School of the Arts''' ('''NWSA''') is a public (State school) magnet (magnet school) high school and college in Downtown (Downtown Miami) Miami, Florida with dual-enrollment programs in visual arts, dance, theatre, musical theatre, instrumental music (Instrumental), and vocal music. Both the college and the high school are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. New World is consistently in the top 100 best high schools as rated by US News & World Report. In 2009, NWSA was 82nd in this ranking. USNEWS ranking '''Nova Southeastern University''', commonly referred to as '''NSU''' or '''Nova''', is a private (private university), coeducational, nonsectarian, research university located in Broward County, Florida, United States, with its main campus in the town of Davie (Davie, Florida). The university is the largest independent institution of higher education in the southeastern United States and is the seventh-largest (List of largest United States university campuses by enrollment) not-for-profit (non-profit) independent university nationwide. NSU operates three campuses in Southern Florida, the largest being a The conference serves as a platform for many underground and indie artists from over 70 different countries who spend the conference at events and panels; it is also a medium used by several entrepreneurs and consumer electronic (consumer electronics) companies to present their businesses and technological developments. thumb right 220px The island of Manhattan (Image:Panorama clip3.jpg), from which the term is derived. thumb right Manhattanization took place in Miami, Florida Miami (File:Miamimanhattanizationdowntown.jpg)'s Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell neighborhoods, during the building boom of the mid-2000s that ended in 2007 with the subprime mortgage crisis. thumb right Skyscrapers along Market Street (San Francisco) Market Street (Image:San Francisco Financial District.jpg) in San Francisco, built during the 1960s through the 1980s.

Downtown Miami

thumb 300px right An aerial view of Downtown, including the neighborhoods of Brickell, Park West, Omni and Edgewater. (File:Downtown Miami aerial 2008.jpg)

'''Downtown Miami''' is an urban residential neighborhood, and the central business district of Miami, Miami-Dade County, and South Florida in the United States. Brickell Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard are the main north-south roads, and Flagler Street is the main east-west road.

Locally known as Downtown, the area is a cultural, financial, and commercial center of South Florida, tracing its present-day history back to the 19th century. In recent years, Downtown Miami has grown to become the fastest-growing area in Miami, with large scale high-rise construction and population increase. Downtown is home to many major museums, parks, education centers, banks, company headquarters, courthouses, government offices, theaters, shops and many of the oldest buildings in the city.

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