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Miami’s Upper Buena Vista expected to debut this summer

With more renderings and details of the “pocket village”

A rendering of a pocket village in north miami
Rendering of Upper Buena Vista in Miami
via BVM Development

Set to debut this summer in Miami’s Buena Vista neighborhood will be the mixed-use open-air “pocket village of Upper Buena Vista, which was introduced towards the end of 2015 by BVM Development on a 0.85-acre plot at 184 Northeast 50th Terrace.

Located between the neighborhoods of Edgewater and Little Haiti, the development will feature microboutiques to allow for more affordable retail space, offered at 250 square feet and 500 square feet for a monthly rent of $1,700 and $2,700, respectively.

Other details and renderings have emerged of Upper Buena Vista, via Miami.com, with confirmed tenants in the specialty retail, hospitality, and wellness project, including Contesta Rock Hair, an Italian-based hair salon, a custom jewelry boutique called Sangria de mi Sangre, and Sew On Set Tailor.

The development will feature two two large trees at its center with design inspiration hailing from four cities: Tel Aviv, Thong Sala, Tokyo, and Tulum.