Design District & Edgewater

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Overview for Design District & Edgewater, FL

498 people live in Design District & Edgewater, where the median age is 34 and the average individual income is $43,378. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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34 years

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Edgewater Miami Real Estate

Enjoy a luxury lifestyle in Miami’s retail epicenter
Ensconcing the beautiful Biscayne Bay beach, Edgewater and the Design District are popular residential destinations among ocean lovers and those who enjoy nearby shopping opportunities. Thanks to the many locally-owned boutiques, the neighborhood has developed a trendy, up-and-coming vibe that draws visitors and potential residents across the state to its peaceful streets. The Miami Design District is also home to several art galleries and luxury jewelry boutiques, making it particularly popular among wealthy creatives. In addition, Edgewater homes for sale offer a variety of options for those seeking a beautiful and vibrant community to call home.
The land on which the Design District and Edgewater now stand previously belonged to a pineapple farm known as Buena Vista. Although the local population gradually increased, it wasn’t until the 2000s that the Design District and Edgewater truly experienced an economic boom. 
Today, the community is known for its friendliness, artistic tendencies, ad playing host to the flagship stores of many international brands, including Louis Vuitton and Dior. Potential property owners particularly appreciate the range of homes available, from luxury condos closer to the city to spacious single-family homes within commuting distance from the financial district and Brickell. The suburb’s status as the Design District also ensures that very few local buildings follow a cookie-cutter definition, one of the region’s biggest residential appeals.

What to Love

  • A plethora of shopping centers and opportunities
  • An active, tight-knit community
  • A range of different housing options are available

Local Lifestyle

Despite its more urban atmosphere, the Design District and Edgewater offer residents a noticeably relaxed, laidback lifestyle among some of the city's best dining and shopping opportunities. With many residents working in nearby Brickell, days in the neighborhood can become relatively quiet, with most activity returning once children are collected from school or the burgeoning professional populations head to a local bar or restaurant to unwind with friends and colleagues. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

True to its name, the Design District and neighboring Edgewater host many popular luxury stores and upscale restaurants. COTE Miami fits right in with the sleek, fashionable crowd, offering patrons a taste of fine Korean steakhouse cuisine in a beautifully designed and appointed space. Equally stylish is the chic Mandolin Aegean Bistro, which serves refined versions of perfectly prepared Greek and Turkish cuisine. For a designer dining experience, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon offers meticulously crafted modern French cuisine created by legendary Chef Robuchon’s strictly trained proteges. 
For those residents who want their homes to reflect the elegant district they call home, the Fendi Miami Design District Boutique is not to be missed, offering an exclusive experience shopping for home furnishings that reflect the brand’s signature luxury allure. Another Design District staple is the timeless Hermes Miami boutique bringing classic Parisian couture and apparel to the city.

Things to Do

Popular attractions and activities abound in the bustling neighborhoods of Edgewater and the Design District. Besides the many luxury brand stores, the community also hosts Art Miami, a beloved contemporary art fair held every year to display and market beautiful artworks bound to one day join private collections, galleries, and acclaimed museum exhibitions. Another popular event is the Lotus Shopping House Benefit, which brings dozens of local food and luxury goods vendors together, with all proceeds to support over 500 women and children who call the Lotus House shelter their home. 
For those whole prefer to entertain themselves outdoors, Margaret Pace Park is a popular public green space featuring gym equipment, tennis courts, walking paths, a dog park, and a basketball court. The Design District also hosts a lovely Public Art Tour, which takes participants on a walking tour of the art, architecture, and outdoor installations that call the neighborhood home. 


Thanks to its proximity to Miami central, the Design District and Edgewater offer residents access to many great schools, including: 

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Demographics and Employment Data for Design District & Edgewater, FL

Design District & Edgewater has 179 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Design District & Edgewater do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 498 people call Design District & Edgewater home. The population density is 63,769.073 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


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48.59 / 51.41%

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
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Schools in Design District & Edgewater, FL

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The following schools are within or nearby Design District & Edgewater. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Design & Architecture Senior High
9th - 12th

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