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Set in the very heart of downtown, One River Point offers privileged proximity to everything that is making Miami America’s most exciting city and a world capital of commerce and culture.

Effortlessly Located

One River Point is located in a private, gated, riverfront enclave immediately adjacent to the Brickell Financial District and Miami’s urban core. World-class cultural, dining and entertainment experiences are steps away. Accessibility abounds, including a strategic position close to I-95 with an independent entrance and exit allowing residents to travel with ease. South Beach is a short drive away and Miami’s International Airport can be reached in less than 15 minutes. A rail hub in nearby Downtown Miami provides quick and convenient access to the neighboring South Florida cities of Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, with expansion to Orlando in progress. And, of course, the Miami River flows at the foot of Rafael Vinoly’s towers, giving residents direct access to Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Discover why Miami’s riverfront is fast becoming its most desirable urban environment

Miami River District

Miami River District is springing to life with residential, cultural and public-space investment that is rapidly transforming the riverfront.  Enjoy relaxed riverside dining at the restaurants and bars that line Miami’s burgeoning riviera.

Brickell City Centre

A supercharged fashion and gastronomy experience, Brickell City Centre is transforming the heart of downtown Miami with four levels of world-class retail, restaurants and entertainment. Interconnected over three city blocks and anchored by a 107,000-square-foot Saks Fifth Avenue, Brickell City Centre boasts prominent luxury brands like Audemars Piguet, Acqua di Parma, Chopard, Illesteva, Intermix and Ona Mar. The ever-expanding culinary options include Casa Tua at Saks, Sugar Rooftop Barat East Hotel, Pub Belly Sushi and Uruguay’s Quinto La Huella, as well as the newly opened La Centrale, a 40,000-square-foot upscale food hall with 14 dining areas.

Museum Park

True to its name, Museum Park is more than an urban green space. The 30-acre waterfront park in Downtown Miami is a cultural hub. The park’s looping walkways and half-mile baywalk provide easy access to the AmericanAirlines Arena, Bayside Marketplace, the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. Nearby attractions also include Bayfront Park, which boasts an additional 32 waterfront acres, the Miami Children’s Museum and the Adrienne Arscht Center for the Performing Arts, home to the Florida Grand Opera and Miami City Ballet.

Design District

A few minutes drive finds Miami’s world-famous Design District, which is known for its sleek modern architecture, luxurious interior design stores and art galleries. The neighborhood is dedicated to innovative fashion, architecture, design and dining experiences. Some shopping and dining highlights include: Gucci, Cartier, Christian Louboutin, MC Kitchen, COS, Loro Piana, ABC Kitchen, Max Mara and Mercato. The area has a regular rotation of music, wellness and cultural events as well as a weekly farmers’ market throughout the year.


Wynwood is one of the city’s most eclectic districts. It is home to art galleries, retail stores, antique shops, restaurants and one of the largest open-air street-art installations in the world. It is recognized globally as a premier destination for art, fashion, innovation and creative enterprise.  The area is lively every day of the week, and there is plenty to see, eat, drink, and explore in this ever-evolving neighborhood.