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        Craig Robins's vision is fast becoming reality as designers like Armani, Valentine, Versace, Cartier, Pucci, Vuitton and many others move into the district. And he claims that this is still just the beginning. Another wave of construction, known as Phase III, is in the works to bring even more of the art and fashion world into the Design District in 2016. Some of the best known architects around the world, including Sou Fujimoto and Iwamoto Scott are contributing designs to this project. John Baldessari and the Buckminster Fuller Institute, as well as others, are working on new art and design installations to go along with Phase III.

        Known for its combination of museums, luxe shops, and designer homes, the Miami Design District is located adjacent to the affluent neighborhood of Buena Vista just north of downtown, providing a quiet oasis just around the corner from an all-night club scene. So whether you’re looking for an upscale evening or memorable business stay, the area’s got everything to make a quick trip last a lifetime. See it all by making sure you’ve got the right ride, choosing between the freedom of a private sedan, SUV, or van, while considering the simple commitment-free option of a shuttle.

        Look forward to every part of the city by making sure you’ve got a bed to come home to, something easy to find through nearby stays just across I-195, which include Hampton Inn & Suites Midtown Miami, a modern choice that offers 3-star perks in the form of bright rooms and free breakfast, while more low-cost options include Midtown Inn, Wishes Biscayne Motel, and Hyde Midtown Hotel. For something more one-of-a-kind and extra close to the bay, stay at Mare Azur Design District, located along the Intracoastal Waterway and offering balconied suites, a rooftop pool & sauna, plus elegant views of the Miami skyline.

        In addition to low-key hotels, the uptown charm of the design district also offers a wide variety of attractions, which include the celebrated artworks at The Institute of Contemporary Art, especially known for its performance art pieces, and The De La Cruz Collection, which offers a free-of-charge look at an exclusive private collection. Do some shopping at the popular Miami Design District Shopping Mall as well, enjoying a wide variety of upscale fashion boutiques that include Tiffany & Co, Givenchy, and Tory Burch, not to mention amazing bites from Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink.

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        The Design District in Miami is technically not its own neighborhood. It has always been part of historic Buena Vista and officially still is, containing facilities like the Buena Vista post office and Buena Vista School. But for the locals, the Design District is a whole other world.

        About Design District
        Most of the Design District is low rise warehouses and galleries. It steadily fell into a state of urban decay, until Craig Robins purchased many of the buildings in the neighborhood and began to turn things around. In addition to cleaning up properties, planting trees, and redoing streets and sidewalks, Robins also persuaded some of the first designers to move into the area, including Alison Spear, Holly Hunt, and Peter Page. You can book rides to MIA airport in many case in about 20 minutes.

        In 2009 Christian Louboutin opened a retail space in the Design District and the neighborhood has been growing in popularity ever since. It now rivals Lincoln Road and Bal Harbour for luxury retail and its growth shows no signs of waning.

        Art is another huge part of the culture in the Design District. Showrooms and galleries seem to increase in number daily, helped by Wynwood neighborhood directly to the south. Architecture, design, and fashion also contribute to the reputation of the district and draw people in from all over to see the latest trends.

        Just because the Design District is on the cutting edge doesn’t mean that it doesn’t respect the past either. Antique dealers abound in the neighborhood and you never know what hidden gem you will find in some out of the way store. And after a full day of browsing shelves, there are plenty of eateries, bars, and restaurants for you to choose from to get off your feet and have a delicious meal.

        Art & Design Night is a popular Design District tradition that continues to attract larger and larger crowds. On the second Saturday of every month, this event is held from 7 to 10 pm. During this time, galleries and show rooms open up their doors to the public. Many places have live music throughout the evening and refreshments are often served as well.