PROFILEmiami, Miami's leading real estate news platform, hosted its first annual PROFILEmiami Fall Real Estate Showcase & Forum on November 13, 2018. The evening was filled with education and networking, bringing together Miami’s local real estate leaders: top architects, brokers, developers, investors, real estate professionals, luminaries and government officials.
PROFILEmiami, Miami's leading real estate news platform, presents our First Annual Fall Real Estate Showcase & Forum, bringing together South Florida’s top real estate leaders, professionals and local luminaries, curated to be the hottest, must attend industry event in the region.
The Wynwood BID has completed a study which reveals that amid fast-rising density, Wynwood-Edgewater is more in need of a train station than Midtown Miami-Design District. The Wynwood-Edgewater area is looking at nearly 65 million square feet of new development according to urban planner Cesar Garcia-Pons.
Douglas Elliman has officially opened its newest Florida office in Miami’s MiMo District located at 5555 Biscayne Blvd., replacing its previous Design District location. The full-floor 6,000 SF location houses the firm’s Miami Design District agents along with additional office space for new recruitment, Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, PR and marketing teams.
Real estate news platform PROFILEmiami hosted a thought-provoking symposium about Miami’s Art in Public Places program. Hosted on March 28, 2018, the special panel event, which took place in downtown Miami’s Arts + Entertainment District in the CANVAS condominium tower being developed NR Investments, put a spotlight on future development in the city
Balenciaga and Dolce & Gabbana have has announced the opening of their new Miami stores located in the fast growing Miami Design District. Both stores are adjacent to each-other, located on the pedestrian Paseo Ponti across from Jade Alley, featuring Daniel Toole's iconic concrete arches.
Real estate news platform PROFILEmiami hosted a thought-provoking symposium about Miami’s Art in Public Places program. The special panel event, which took place in downtown Miami’s Arts + Entertainment District in the CANVAS condominium tower, put a spotlight on future development in the city and explored best practices for the ongoing incorporation of works of art in real estate projects.
One Bay Residences, the second residential multi-family development that will be delivering in Miami Design District following Eve, has revealed their luxuriously modern model home designed by Addison House.
The Miami Design District just welcomed alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet’s latest flagship store. Featuring contemporary interior design, including a zig-zag black and white marble floor, the store will carry the brand’s complete collection, including ready-to-wear, gowns, shoes, accessories and the newly launched denim line, AO.LA by alice + olivia.
2018 marked the rise of a new food trend in Miami: food halls. Everywhere you look, there’s a new one popping up. The latest one captures the entrepreneurial spirit that a young city like Miami inspires.
The upscale Italian brand specializing in leather goods and ready-to-wear signed a lease for a 4,000-square-foot space between the Gucci and Rick Owens stores on Northeast 41st Street. Their other South Florida locations are at the Bal Harbour Shops and on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.
During Art Basel PROFILEmiami got an exclusive first look at Miami's newest Gucci store which opened last month in the fast growing, fashion hotspot Miami Design District. The MDD location will become Gucci's Miami flagship and will also feature the full Gucci Décor collection available for sale.
Miami's brand new Institute of Contemporary Art has officially opened its doors in the Miami Design District right in time for Art Basel. The metal-faced building was designed by Madrid-based architectural firm Aranguren + Gallegos Arquitectos, their first project in the United States.
Istituto Marangoni, the leading Italian fashion, art and design school, has announced their expansion into the Americas with the opening of their first school in the United States in Miami Design District. The campus will be their the 10th worldwide since Istituto Marangoni was founded in 1935 in Milan.
Just before Art Basel, celebrity developer Craig Robins, founder and CEO of Dacra as well as Design Miami, has announced that Miami Design District has nearly doubled in size with the opening of several new buildings and stores including Rag & Bone. For the past 3 years, the district was only half-open, offering some of Miami's finest shopping.
After completing foundation work, Alta Developers has begun vertical construction on Quadro. Located at 3900 Biscayne Boulevard, Quadro is located adjacent to the Miami Design District and is the second residential building to open with direct access to the district