Miami Design District Trees Are Being Covered In Tinsel (Photos)

Crews in the Miami Design District were working last night to cover trees in shiny metallic foil:

 

(photos taken at 9PM)

 

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marc
3 years ago

That area needs some bars and more restaurants as well as a hotel or two like yesterday.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes marc, yes. While looking at the photos, I was thinking to myself “this place should be clubland.”

Anonymous
3 years ago

That metallic paper looks worthy of a trailer park Christmas.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Haters gonna hate… LOL

Anonymous
3 years ago

so… are those stores really making sales ???

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is what you get because the place is just built for shopping.

Anonymous
3 years ago

TACKY! Not a fan of this

Anonymous
3 years ago

Man, Miami sure does have a lot of whiners living in it.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Beautiful
Shame it’s devoid of people.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“build it and they will come”

Anonymous
3 years ago

Honestly start putting Benjamins on the trees and maybe it’ll get some people and feel like a real neighborhood.

Yohan Perez
3 years ago

Cheap and tacky decoration for a 5 Star destination. On the other hand they need eating and drinking (and dancing) places to attract more foot traffic.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So far it’s a failure. The streetlights in the next block of NE 40th in heart of District have been off for 4 months. The adjacent area continues to have a wasteland look. The stores are waiting for the second phase to open in January which will double the size and add 5 restaurants and a food hall and the new ICA museum. Who knows if it will work. A small hotel will open in a year. There should have been multiple hotels and condo towers included like at BCC which is now bustling with customers.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Haute couture stores tend to close early to lock up the merchandise. You can see it in Aventura and Dadeland. What’s needed are more upscale restaurants and bars.

Aquiles
3 years ago

This is disgusting looking. Horrible and cheap. Can’t believe my eyes. Looks so cheap and trashy!

Anonymous
3 years ago

where the heck is the design district?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Buena Vista, north of Midtown/Wynwood and the Julia Tuttle Causeway, south of Lemon City/Little Haiti, east of Magnolia Park/Edgewater, and west of I-95.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ghost town

Anonymous
3 years ago

Pictures taken after hours

marc
3 years ago

That always seems to be the case.