79 St Corridor

51 NE 79 St MIAMI, FL 33138                                                                            RESTAURANT / RETAIL / SHOWROOM TRAFFIC & FRONTAGE Traffic Volume: 20,661 on N Miami Ave & NE 78th St 23,667 on NE 2nd Ave & NE 77th St Frontage: 71′ on NE 79th St (with 2 curb cuts)

Sherwood's Bistro & Bar Begins the Transformation of Little Haiti's North End

Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar Begins the Transformation of Little Haiti’s North End

Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar, a new restaurant on NE Second Avenue and 83rd Street, takes its name from Sherwood Forest. That is not only Robin Hood’s merry hangout but also a subdivision of the Village of El Portal. And like the nearby community that bears its name, Sherwood’s is charming, slightly idiosyncratic, and steeped in
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The Ten Best Art Galleries in Little Haiti

When Wynwood’s rising property values began forcing gallerists out of the neighborhood several years ago, some art spaces fled west to Allapattah. Others moved to Broward or even back to Miami Beach. But the majority of galleries relocated to Little Haiti. Today the neighborhood boasts a thriving art scene reminiscent of Wynwood’s early art days.
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A cup of latte at Great Circle Coffee in Little Haiti.

Couple open Little Haiti roastery; Perricone’s owner says ‘The coffee is wonderful’

Married Great Circle Coffee founders Sergio Boppel and Carolina Jaar at their roastery in Little Haiti. By Cindy Arboleda Sergio Boppel and Carolina Jaar moved from Boston to Miami in pursuit of warmer weather and their longtime dream of opening a coffee roastery. “We researched the coffee market across the country and Miami just made
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Miami’s Art World Sets Sights on Little Haiti Neighborhood

With increasing rent prices in Wynwood, artists are now looking for new opportunities to obtain cheaper work spaces. Major art galleries like the Michael Jon Gallery, who is one of only two dealers selected for Miami Art Basel in December, have begun their transition to Little Haiti and Little River area. Other important art businesses
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Miami Midtown gets another project

Miami has over 20 projects to do at the moment, including museums, an observatory tower, The Miami Worldcenter, Brickell City Center, and so many more. But that doesn’t mean that developers are slowing down at all, in fact there seems to be a race to develop the “hot” areas of Miami. Midtown specifically has seen
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Miami Rental Trends.

Real Estate Listing website Zumper.com has released a map showing Miami Neighborhoods by rent rice for a 1 bedroom. Rental prices are climbing, with a 1.6% rise in June, and a 7.4% in the past quarter. These prices now have Miami competing for the 6th most expensive market in the country (tied with Chicago). The
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Innovation Tower put on halt.

The Innovation Tower was going to be awe-inspiring. A 633-foot high-rise featuring 5 LED signs. However last Thursday they received a major setback. The Miami City Commission adopted an ordinance that repealed the Miami 21 zoning provisions. The growing opposition to the tower is in large part due to the 30,000 sq. ft. of LED
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Wynwood News

Wynwood has become the hub for art and hipsters in Miami. With the grunginess of the warehouse design, and all the artist’s and graffiti it is undeniably the place to go in Miami for art, craft beer, and good food. Now the Wynwood Arcade has begun leasing space in its 20,000 sq. ft. retail and
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Big things coming to Miami

It seems like everywhere you look in Miami there’s a new project going on, the high demand for the area has developer flocking to this international coastal city. And I’m not surprised that these developments have not stopped. This week the Terranova Corp. is bringing new 3-story buildings to Lincoln Road. These buildings will be
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