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Bayside Marketplace
Bayfront Plaza 2020.jpg
Bayside Marketplace in February 2020, with the Ferris Wheel under construction
LocationDowntown Miami, Florida, United States
Coordinates25°46′42″N 80°11′11″W / 25.77831°N 80.186452°W / 25.77831; -80.186452
Address401 Biscayne Boulevard
Opening dateApril 8, 1987; 36 years ago (1987-04-08)
DeveloperThe Rouse Co.
OwnerAshkenazy Acquisition Corporation
ArchitectBenjamin Thompson and Associates, Inc.
No. of stores and services120+[1]
No. of floors2

Bayside Marketplace is a two-story open air shopping center located in the downtown Miami, Florida. The center is situated on the banks of Biscayne Bay, with the City of Miami marina on one side. It is a popular attraction in Miami. Different from typical shopping malls, Bayside features entertainment experiences, with live music daily, restaurants, bars, an open-container policy, family events, and a picturesque waterfront setting. Tenancy at the Bayside Marketplace consists of 140 inline spaces, in addition to over 50 carts and kiosks located in and around the center.


The entertainment complex opened during a real estate boom in Miami.[when?] The shopping center was frequently featured on the crime drama TV series, Miami Vice.[citation needed]

The center is popular with tourists year-round. It is served by the Metrorail at the Government Center and directly by the Metromover at College/Bayside station.