Miami’s Little River neighborhood is an industrial district just north of Midtown Miami and Wynwood, and west of Biscayne and the Upper East Side and just north of the Design District and Buena Vista.
Although it’s known for its industrial buildings, Little River is home to many creative users and artists, as well as furniture trade users and makers. Warehouses in the district serve a wide variety of industries and offer direct access to Downtown Miami.
Little River has a vibrant and rich cultural history and make up and remains one of Miami’s great cultural hubs with street parties and the Little Haiti Cultural Center breathing fresh life into this historic neighborhood.
Although Doral and Airport West grab much of the attention for larger industrial users, you can find some of the best values in industrial properties in Miami’s Little River. The Little River neighborhood is improving and properties to the South are becoming more expensive with the Miami industrial development boom underway.