Downtown Details, Data and Demographics

Whether you are looking for specific details on our transportation assets and our growing and highly tech savvy workforce, or just a broad introduction with general facts and figures, many of the details you seek can be found here. We’re also happy to equip you with additional information, just reach out and let us know how we can help.
 

Data
Did you know that Greater Downtown Miami currently has...

40 Projects Under Construction 8,100 Hotel Rooms 184 Residential Buildings

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Demographics
More than 88,540 people live in greater Downtown Miami, a number which has doubled since 2000 and is expected to exceed 100,000 by the year 2020.


 
Most of these residents are young professionals who enjoy our active, urban core filled with cultural and entertainment options all within our legendary tropical setting.
 
Highlights from our 2016 Demographics Report include that the majority of Downtown Miami's 88,540 residents:


Are college educated, 59% of the population 25 years old or older in Greater Downtown have a Bachelor’s, Graduate, or Professional degree.
   
Own pets, 39% of Greater Downtown households have pets, 60% of those households have a dog.
   
Are active, 70% of Downtown residents exersice on a weekly basis and 26% of Downtown Miamiansspend over 7+ hours exercising each week.


 

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