This through-block retail complex is a former warehouse that’s emerged from a multi-million dollar, award-winning renovation (including the American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence for Adaptive Re-Use and an AIA Merit Award for Excellence in Architecture). Its three interwoven corridors are lined with stores, restaurants, and galleries. An open-air central atrium with cascading staircase leads to a rooftop bar and event space. The building is enriched with vibrant murals from Tristan Eaton and Hitotzuki. Tenants include The Salty Donut, Osme Perfumery, Please Don’t Tell, and culinary and craft cocktail experiences by James Beard award winner Norman Van Aken.
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50 NW 24th Street
the creative pulse
Just north of downtown Miami lies Wynwood—once a gritty art district for the most adventuresome, but now the city’s most exciting neighborhood, with bustling restaurants and a vibrant, taste-making art scene.
In the span of just a few blocks you can see eye-popping murals by famous street artists, drink and dine in highly buzz-worthy establishments of every cuisine, and shop in boutiques both singularly funky and nationally admired.