Miami Gardens, Fla. – The City of Miami Gardens will launch their new destination marketing campaign ahead of serving as the host City for Super Bowl LIV at the Hard Rock Stadium in 2020. The campaign positions the City of Miami Gardens as a premier destination that is not only home to large scale sporting and entertainment events such as Super Bowl 2020, Jazz in the Gardens, and the Miami Tennis Open, but will also highlight

the many exciting and diverse opportunities Miami Gardens has to offer its residents, businesses, investors and tourists. The campaign’s aim is to create a brand that will garner a long-lasting economic impact for the entire City.

Miami Gardens is a community of unique diversity and actively engages residents and visitors with experiences in sports, music, culinary offerings, and cultural immersions. The City is also home to Top Golf – a premier entertainment destination that offers a unique experience for residents and tourists of all ages. In 2019 the City celebrated the grand opening of Oasis at Miami Gardens a state-of-theart co-working space that is one of the first of its kind in the Miami Gardens area with a mission to help local businesses sustain, grow, and provide job opportunities within the City.


The construction of Gateway Commerce Park and Bridgepoint Commerce Center recently brought job-opportunities and economic development to the city. With over 850,000 square feet of premier distribution space, the Gateway project helps meet the demand for logistics, distribution and supply chain space.

The Bridge Point Commerce Center is one of the latest South Florida developments by Bridge Development Partners. The center includes 1,147,500 square feet of high-cube warehouse space and lends itself to various industrial uses including traditional and bulk distribution, light manufacturing and ecommerce.

Most recently in October, the City along with developers broke ground on the Center at Miami Gardens which will feature 259 mixed-use market-rate rental units in three (3) modern midrise buildings. The new construction will provide homes for young professionals in Miami Gardens and add to the transformation of the Northwest 27th Avenue corridor.