At Goldman Properties, we feed the neighborhood – with food and drink, with art, with the preservation of history, with investing in street life. From the heart of the Art Deco District on Miami Beach to the epicenter of Miami’s Art scene in Wynwood, Goldman Properties uses hospitality to ignite each area by developing, operating and owning self-styled restaurants and hotels. The goal is simple. Revitalize the community so our guests can truly experience the soul of the neighborhood.
Considered one of the coolest and visually striking restaurants in the nation, Wynwood Kitchen and Bar (WKB) opened in December 2010. WKB’s innovative Latin-influenced cuisine, served small plate style allows guests the freedom to mix and match dishes to their personal taste.
In harmony with the food, the décor provides guests with a visual feast. From the floor to ceiling iconic murals by Shepard Fairey in the bar area to the bursting canvasses by German artist Christian Awe in the dining room to the stunning Wynwood Walls that surround the outside patio, WKB offers guests a one of a kind unparalleled experience.
Joey’s was established without pretension. Simple. Down to Earth. Affordable. A pioneer in Wynwood, Joeys provided the emerging arts neighborhood with its clubhouse. A place to meet, converse and eat.
Its blend of healthy traditional Italian food, contemporary industrial interior and an al fresco garden, make Joey’s a Wynwood favorite.
The Hotel was born as The Tiffany in 1939 and designed by master architect L. Murray Dixon. Reborn in 1998, the 73-room property today bridges contemporary design and the architectural significance of the Art Deco age. Todd Oldham designed interiors fuse light and modernity with historical charm. Miami Beach’s pastels, its sun, and its international energy sweep through the quintessential boutique property. Topped by the iconic Spire Bar & Lounge and a breathtaking swimming pool, The Hotel has received number awards including being recognized by Conde Nast Traveler in its Gold List.