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THE DISTRICT


In the center of it all 

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THE DISTRICT


In the center of it all 

Located in the heart of Miami’s Civic Center, River Landing has the best of two worlds: It is along the nascent Miami River District and steps from the Civic Center’s Health District, the second largest Health District in the nation behind Houston. River Landing will become a dining and shopping destination for the more than 45,000 professionals working in The District and more than 160,000 visitors who come to the District every year.

The District, located in one of South Florida’s densest employment centers, is at the intersection of Interstate 95 and State Road 836, (or Dolphin Expressway.)  River Landing has broad exposure to both major thoroughfares.

The District is west of Brickell/ downtown Miami and less than a mile from Miami International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world. MIA handles more than 20 million passengers a year.

A wave of residential development along the historic waterway is also reshaping the future of the river district. More than 5,000 residential units are planned and under construction along the booming Miami River District, already home to more than 4,000 multifamily units in addition to single-family home communities like Spring Gardens.

Some of the most reputable developers in the world are planning projects on the river. This includes Miami-based Related Group, New York-based Chetrit Group, Miami-based Melo Group and New York-based Kar Properties. Celebrity designer Naeem Khan will soon open a fashion house along the river near the Health District. 


The Health District is home to world-renowned facilities such as:

  • Jackson Health System: The nation’s third largest teaching hospital with 1,550 beds. Jackson is undertaking an $830 million renovation of its multiple facilities.
  • Holtz Children's Hospital: The largest children hospital in the Southeast with 254 beds and a leading hospital for treating heart disease and transplants for children.
  • University of Miami Miller School of Medicine: Home to 1,500 medical school faculty members, 8,200 employees and 1,500 ongoing projects funded by over $200 million in federal grants.
  • Sylvester Cancer Center: Treats more than 6,000 national and international cancer patients each year.
  • University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park: Consists of 2 million square feet of planned science labs and research facilities. The first 252,000-square-foot building opened recently and is fully occupied.  


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a district to go shopping


Area residents, workers and tourists will come to River Landing to shop for groceries, fashion, electronics & gadgets, home decor and more. Their everyday needs will be met at River Landing.

a district to go shopping


Area residents, workers and tourists will come to River Landing to shop for groceries, fashion, electronics & gadgets, home decor and more. Their everyday needs will be met at River Landing.

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a PLACE to call home


River Landing's 475 luxury apartments will cater to the more than 45,000 doctors, researchers, scientists, lawyers, judges and support personnel working around the clock in world-class research institutions, hospitals, medical schools, science labs and the Miami-Dade County Court system in the Miami Health District along the Miami River. The District is already home to more than  4,000 multifamily units and an additional 5,000 residential units are currently planned or under construction. 

a PLACE to call home


River Landing's 475 luxury apartments will cater to the more than 45,000 doctors, researchers, scientists, lawyers, judges and support personnel working around the clock in world-class research institutions, hospitals, medical schools, science labs and the Miami-Dade County Court system in the Miami Health District along the Miami River. The District is already home to more than  4,000 multifamily units and an additional 5,000 residential units are currently planned or under construction.