There has been a huge demand for affordable housing on the outer edge Miami neighborhood known as, Little Havana. The demand will continue to shift as housing close to employment will come at a premium. The population in this area is growing and becoming more diverse than ever before. With the Health District to the North, Brickell/Downtown to the East and Coral Gables to the West, Little Havana is right in the center of all the main employment hubs.
An influx of investors and entrepreneurs have rushed in to meet and profit from the demand. There are outstanding restaurants, mom and pop businesses, supermarkets and multifamily dwellings rising up every day. With the renovation of landmarks like the Tower Hotel, Domino Park, Marti Park and the reopening of the Ball and Chain Club; we are witnessing an energetic revitalization of this historic area.
The new generation of employees, do not want to drive to work, they rather ride a bike. They do not want to deal with the consequences of driving late at night, they rather walk to an eatery or bar. They do not want to live secluded, they want to live near culture and learn new customs. The multifamily apartment buildings in Little Havana offer all this to its residents. The close proximity to I-95, Miami International Airport, Miami River Walk, Bayside, Marlins Park and the Art District, is perfect for the 21st Century employee and a great opportunity for the 21st Century investor!