at the heart of miami's hottest neighborhoods

Elysee is located directly along Biscayne Bay in the fast-growing neighborhood of East Edgewater – east of Biscayne Boulevard between the Venetian and Julia Tuttle Causeways – adjacent to the popular Miami Design District, Wynwood Arts District, Miami Beach, Midtown and Downtown Miami neighborhoods, which have emerged as some of Miami’s top destinations for luxury shopping, high-end dining, and world-class arts and culture.


Home to more than 70 art galleries and artists’ studios, antique stores and innovative boutiques, hip restaurants and happening bars, this former warehouse district has been transformed into one of South Florida’s top creative destinations. Wynwood’s colorful, large-scale murals make the area’s monthly art walks and private food tours a moveable feast for the eyes and an inspiration to the soul.

Downtown Miami

Bayfront Park. American Airlines Arena. Perez Art Museum Miami. If a music festival, big game or major art exhibit is happening in Miami, chances are it’s happening downtown. The hub of the city’s cultural life, downtown also serves as Miami’s commercial center and municipal headquarters. Its waterfront skyline has become synonymous with South Florida largest metropolitan area.

Design District

Elysee’s waterfront views of Biscayne Bay are only the start. The tower is nestled squarely among Miami’s liveliest districts for art, design, fine dining and luxury shopping, from its home base of the fast-growing East Edgewater neighborhood and radiating out to include colorful Wynwood Arts District, sparkling Downtown Miami, vibrant Brickell and forever-chic Miami Beach.


One of the United States’ largest financial districts, exclusive Brickell is home to a nightlife scene as sizzling as the frenetic pace maintained by its daytime deal makers. Elegant wine bars neighbor energy-filled martini lounges, and quiet coffee shops offer yet another watering-hole alternative. Brickell’s surplus of highly regarded restaurants ranges from Cuban to Colombian, Argentinian to Italian, Peruvian to Japanese.

East Edgewater

In trendy yet unpretentious East Edgewater, high-rise residential towers have sprung up along the shore of Biscayne Bay, while turn-of-the-century historic homes add a touch of charm to this centrally located, highly livable neighborhood. All residents are within a short drive away from the artistry of Wynwood, the pulse of downtown and the sands of Miami Beach, making Edgewater one of Miami’s most covetable addresses.