Stretched between Wynwood's street savvy artistic environs and North Miami's suburban tranquility, the Upper East Side's definitively modern architecture houses contemporary chain retailers and shorts-and-T-shirt residents who dig their neighborhood's contrasts. Its renovating cafes and restaurants, unconventional merchants, and earnest historical preservationists continue to make the Upper East Side an emerging destination for Miami's ever-present creative community.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Urban Sophistication In a Suburban Setting
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Many homes date to the Roaring Twenties, a time when Carl Fisher famously hung a winter sign in Times Square NYC saying it was "June in Miami." He sparked Florida's housing boom and the growth of a city that has so much to offer. The residents are a diverse group of artists, photographers, journalists, start-ups, and writers."
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Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Graciela Cattarossi is a lifestyle/travel photographer based in Miami. She graduated from Parsons School Of Design in New York and her work is currently published in magazines such as Condé Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, and Food and Wine. When she is not traveling, she enjoys shooting weddings or other intimate events in Miami or wherever it takes her.
Silvia Ros is a Miami-based photographer, who after over a decade as a museum photographer, jumped ship and launched a busy freelance career, tackling not only her own creative projects, but also serving as an official Art Basel Miami Beach photographer. She is currently curating a selection from her project “The National Gay and Lesbian Documentation Project” for inclusion at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.