Please join us as we continue our six-month long #HIALEAHNOW Series at the Official 305 Day Block Party!
3:05 Cafecito has become synonymous with South Florida. As founders of Miami’s official coffee break time at appropriately 3:05 p.m., they began celebrating March 5th as “305 Day” in 2013, which has become a quintessential Miami tradition. The holiday celebrates all things Miami, and this will be 3:05 Cafecito’s biggest party yet. Come celebrate cafecito and community as we unveil new murals in the Leah Arts District.
Sunday, March 5 // 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The Leah Arts District
1501 E 10 Avenue, Hialeah
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | RSVP REQUIRED
Family-Friendly & Free!
About The Leah Arts District
Hialeah’s Southeastern industrial corridor rose to prominence during the 1980s as one of the largest and busiest areas of production and manufacturing in Florida. As a result of modernization combined with the effects of outsourcing, the uses that were once prevalent in the area dissipated and this particular area was all but abandoned.
Since that time, a medley of different uses has been incorporated into the area including a heavy presence of some of Miami-Dade County’s most prolific thrift stores.
These thrift stores have been instrumental in introducing Hialeah to an entire generation of antique lovers and artists. The Hialeah Artist Live/Work Overlay District, also known as The Leah Arts District, enjoys a strategic proximity to the newly proposed Hialeah Market Station development project, Miami’s artistic hubs, and other destination areas within Miami-Dade County. Because of it's location and highly affordable price per square footage, Hialeah’s new Artist Live / Work District is in a position to play a vital and important role in the artistic and cultural development of not only Hialeah, but the entire South Florida community.
JLPR | JennyLee Molina