Not long ago, Miami meant, almost exclusively, Miami Beach. But mainland Magic City is no longer just a gateway to its glamorous resort-lined island neighbor. A new spate of urbanism—albeit with plenty of palm trees to go around—is making waves in formerly struggling neighborhoods like Wynwood and Buena Vista, the latter of which has been rebranded as the squeaky-clean Miami Design District. Populated by luxury flagships and of-the-moment restaurants, the district will unveil a phase-two expansion this month with the opening of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, along with more shopping and dining options. Downtown is also luring locals away from the beach with new projects like the billion-dollar Brickell City Centre and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. And farther north, the MiMo Historic District, spread over more than two dozen blocks on Biscayne Boulevard, is filling up with its own stylish collection of shops, restaurants, and hotels.