Miami Avenue

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Miami Avenue
Miami Avenue 20100211.jpg
Length 16.8 mi (27.0 km)
Two non-continguous segments interrupted by the Golden Glades Interchange
South end Mercy Way in Miami
Major
junctions
US 1 in Miami
US 41 in Miami
SR 970 in Miami
SR 968 in Miami
I-395 in Miami
US 27 in Miami
I-195 in Miami
SR 826 in North Miami Beach
North end SR 854 in Miami Gardens
Construction
Inauguration 1920

Miami Avenue is a 16.8-mile (27.0 km) main north-south street running through Brickell, Downtown, and Midtown in Miami, Florida. It is the meridian road dividing the street grid of Miami and Miami-Dade County into east and west avenues.

Route description[edit]

The southern terminus is on South Bayshore Drive in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami at Alatka Street/Mercy Way in front of Mercy Hospital. It is one way northbound from South 15th Road to South Fourth Street. It is one way southbound from North 17th Street to the Miami River downtown where it curves onto South First Avenue. At Flagler Street, the latitudinal baseline north-south road of the Miami area, extends from the central business district of downtown Miami to the west Miami-Dade, South Miami Avenue becomes North Miami Avenue. North of North 17th Street it is two way and continues north through the city of Miami until it crosses the Little River Canal after North 85th Street and enters the village of El Portal.

It continues north through El Portal a short distance until it crosses North 90th Street and enters the village of Miami Shores. It continues north through Miami Shores until it crosses North 115th Street and enters unincorporated Miami-Dade County. It continues north through Miami-Dade County until it crosses North 167th Street and enters the city of North Miami Beach where it continues north a short distance to North 173rd Street at a dead end near the Golden Glades Interchange.

The road resumes north from Miami Gardens Drive, terminating at Ives Dairy Road.

Brickell[edit]

In Brickell, Miami Avenue, is Brickell's main restaurant and nightlife avenue, with many bars, restaurants, and lounges. Some of these include:

  • Blue Martini
  • Blue Pizza e Cucina
  • Brickell Irish Pub
  • Dolores, But You Can Call Me Lolita
  • Duo Restaurant and Bar
  • Grimpa Steakhouse
  • Indochine Bistro
  • Mary Brickell Village
  • Oceanaire Seafood
  • Perricone's
  • P. F. Chang's China Bistro
  • Pieduck's
  • Pizza Piola
  • Red Bar
  • River Oyster Bar
  • Rosa Vito
  • Rosinella
  • Segafredo
  • Tobacco Road
  • Transit Lounge

Major Intersections[edit]

Miami Avenue is the dividing line between Northwest and Northeast streets. The entire route is in Miami-Dade County.

Location Mile km Destinations Notes
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Miami 0.00 0.00 Mercy Way Southern terminus
US 1
SR 972 (Coral Way)
US 41 (Tamiami Trail / South 8th Street / SR 90)
Downtown Distributor (SR 970)
SR 968 (Flagler Street) Central Miami
US 27 (North 36th Street)
I-195 (Julia Tuttle Causeway) Exit 2A on I-195
SR 944 (North 54th Street)
SR 934 (North 79th Street)
Miami Shores SR 932 (North 103rd Street)
  SR 924 (Gratigny Road / North 119th Street)
North Miami SR 922 (North 125th Street)
SR 916 (North 135th Street)
North Miami Beach SR 826 (North 167th Street / North Miami Beach Boulevard / North 167th Street) To Palmetto Expressway
North 173rd Street Northern terminus of southern segment
Golden Glades Interchange - Gap in route
Miami Gardens SR 860 (Miami Gardens Drive / North 183rd Street) Southern terminus of northern segment
Ives Dairy Road / North 199th Street Northern terminus; Former SR 854
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Coordinates: 28°04′31″N 80°41′26″W / 28.0752843°N 80.6906824°W / 28.0752843; -80.6906824