Area Shopping

AVENTURA MALL

Aventura Mall is South Florida’s largest super regional Mall and the number one shopping destination among international visitors. It was voted Best Local Shopping Destination by the Miami Herald’s “Hot List” and ranks as one of the top five highest grossing malls in the country in sales per square foot. The 2.7 million square-foot multi-level mall recently completed a major expansion which included a new wing of upscale stores and restaurants. Aventura Mall is home to Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Macy’s Men’s Home Furniture, JCPenney and Sears, more than 280 stores, 10 restaurants, a 24-screen movie theater, and an artist-designed interactive playground, Rainbow Valley.

19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura
Approximately 11 miles
305-935-1110

BAL HARBOUR SHOPS

Miami's most esteemed, upscale shopping experience, the Bal Harbour Shops, is set in a lush open-air, garden with waterfalls and exotic foliage containing an unparalleled selection of some of the world’s best known and loved designers. Some of the legendary boutiques include Christian Dior, Gucci, Prada and Versace, shoppers can also enjoy charming outdoor cafes, salons, an art gallery and two of the best department stores around, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. The Bal Harbour Shops have lived up to the dream and after 40 years they’ve earned the reputation for doing more business per square foot than any other venue.

9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour
Approximately 5 miles

305-866-0311 

Design District

Inspiring... Creative... This is the Miami Design District. Vibrant, eclectic and unquestionably artistic, it is 18 blocks filled with boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, design showrooms and entertainment. This is where commerce and culture meet, where cultural creatives, designers, artists, professionals, travelers and shoppers come to Look. Taste. Explore. Shop.

Approximately 6 miles

LINCOLN ROAD

Carl Fisher, the wealthy original developer of Miami Beach, envisioned Lincoln Road to be the Miami Beach counterpart to Fifth Avenue in New York, or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. And indeed in the boom times of South Beach in the 1930's, 1940's, and 1950's, it could match those upscale fashionable shopping districts. Lincoln Road is a pedestrian mall between Alton Road and Washington Avenue. It is once again thriving as a destination shopping area and home to major cultural institutions, art galleries, avant-garde home furnishings, boutiques and antique stores, as well as diverse outdoor cafes, nightclubs and restaurants.

Approximately 3 miles