Parking In Style

Sunset Harbour Shops and Garage announces their opening Tuesday morning. The garage is now open and on the first level will soon be filled with new restaurants, clothing shops and cafe's serving the Sunset Harbour District as a destination for locals and visiting guest to Miami Beach. Photos by Jipsy

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Miami Beach Mayor, Matti Herrera Bower. Photos by Jipsy
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Commissioner Deede Weithorn. Photos by Jipsy
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The new Sunset Harbour garage has a short term self-parking rates starting just $1.00 per hour. Photos by Jipsy
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Over 15 new establishments have either opened or will open in the coming months. Sharing their goodness at the ribbon cutting, Panther Coffee will soon open at the South Beach Sunset Harbour District. Photos by Jipsy
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The hidden gem on Lincoln Road, Icebox Café, will be moving to their new location at the shops this November. Here Icebox Pastry Chef Tabitha King sharing her delicious bites on Tuesday morning. Photos by Jipsy
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Designed by world renowned Architectonica, the project is located at 1900 Bay Road (between 18th & 20th Street) in the very hip and trendy Sunset Harbour district of Miami Beach. Photos by Jipsy
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The 4 level city owned public garage located directly above the retail shops provides over 460 parking spots for guests with short term self-parking. Photos by Jipsy
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This beautiful retail & garage development represents a public/private partnership between the Robins Group and the City of Miami Beach. Photos by Jipsy
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The garage serves the entire Sunset Harbour district with its vast array of neighborhood establishments and a short walk to The Standard Hotel. Photos by Jipsy
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