Downtown

Defined by the Miami River on the south and by Bayfront Park on Biscayne Bay, the vibrant 1.5sq mi quarter known as Miami's downtown exudes the bustling atmosphere of a Latin city. In recent years a large cluster of contemporary high-rise hotels and office buildings, including the tiered tower of International Place and First Union Financial Center has created a dramatic skyline. The spread of downtown south of the Miami River along Brickell Avenue has resulted in the emergence of that area as an international financial district.

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Bayside Marketplace
Bayside Marketplace
Linked to the north side of Bayfront
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Freedom Tower
Freedom Tower
One of Miami-Dade County's most striking
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Bayfront Park
Bayfront Park
Known locally as Bayfront Park, the 32
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Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Dedicated to presenting international
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History Miami
History Miami
Housed on the museum's second floor, the
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Little Havana
Little Havana
Immediately west of downtown, Little
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Bayside Marketplace
Bayside Marketplace
Linked to the north side of Bayfront
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Little Havana
Little Havana
Immediately west of downtown, Little
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Brickell Avenue
Brickell Avenue
Named for a wealthy family who owned
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