In a city with an ever-changing landscape of hotels, restaurants, visitors and even some transient locals, here’s just a sampling of what’s new and upcoming in Miami.

Miami’s iconic Ocean Drive will welcome The Celino South Beach—a 132-room loft-style boutique hotel—in summer 2018. The property will feature Latin design with tropical infusions, as well as a glass-bottom rooftop pool. Also in the area is the 29-room The Julia Hotel, Miami Beach’s newest adult-exclusive boutique hotel. The Julia Hotel, which opened late in summer 2017, was built on the foundation of the third oldest hotel in Miami Beach and is named after the founder of Miami, Julia Tuttle. The Palms Hotel & Spa, also located in Miami Beach, completed a multi million-dollar renovation of its lobby and reception area just in time for the snowbirds who flock to South Florida for the winter.

Miami will get its very own version of Eataly in December 2017 when La Centrale, an Italian food hall, opens its doors. The 3-story, 40,000-sq.-ft. center will offer 14 authentic Italian-inspired dining experiences. The Time Out Market, which had great success in Lisbon, will make its way to Miami and open its doors in 2018. The Time Out Market Miami will be a unique food and cultural experience bringing together the best of what Miami has to offer under one roof. The market will feature 17 kitchens, three bars, an art space, and a demonstration kitchen.

Other new attractions coming to Miami include the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, which will move into its permanent home in the Miami Design District on Dec. 1, 2017, as well as Cirque de Soleil Volta, which will host performances Dec. 15, 2017-Jan. 14, 2018.

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