The Curbed Cup, our annual award for Miami’s neighborhood of the year, features 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Polls will be open for 24 hours so you can cast your vote as to which ones should advance.
Miami’s heart continues to beat with increasing intensity. Brickell City Centre got up and running this year with an Italian food hall set to open shortly. A new development comprised of five single family homes is under construction and condos continue to sprout.
Brickell made it to the Final Four last year before falling to eventual champ Wynwood by a narrow four-point margin. Aventura was defeated by Brickell in the opening round.
CocoWalk is being upgraded. New office space is on the rise. Several residential projects are either under construction (Arbor and Park Grove), completed (Grove at Grand Bay) or in the pipeline (Glasshaus). There’s also been several iconic home sales (including Alfred Browning Parker’s Woodsong) and new Marlins owner Derek Jeter is a tenant.