Neighborhoods

Miami Neighborhoods 

South Beach

Everyone knows about the turquoise waters and Deco style. If you’re interested in romantic charm, head to Española Way. Tucked inside the Deco district, this cobblestone street was modeled after the Mediterranean villages of Spain and France. The people watching is great along Ocean Drive. Head over to Lincoln Road for a day of shopping and sidewalk cafes. If you’re looking for a nighttime playground, South Beach has neon skies, rooftop lounges, and spinning DJs.

Brickell

Brickell is a forest of high-rise residences with many upscale, luxury condominium and apartment towers. The hotels offer five star service, spas, as well as amazing dining. We like how Brickell is centrally located; close to the airport, highway, Miami Beach or Key Biscayne.  The shopping experience will be supercharged once Brickell City Center opens. 

Downtown Miami

Predominantly a location for government offices and small businesses, this location is across from Bayfront Park and has some great local eateries.

Brickell Key

Brickell Key Miami offers one of the most unique paradise island communities in the world. It is a small gated island in Downtown Miami. This is a very central location because it is just minutes away from the airport, Coral Gables, South Beach, and Coconut Grove just to name a few. ...read more  

Edgewater Miami

Edgewater is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida, United States, located north of Downtown and Omni, and south of the Upper East Side. It roughly bound by North 17th Street to the south, North 37th Street to the north, the Florida East Coast Railway and East First Avenue to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east. ...read more

Midtown Miami

This neighborhood is like the ‘swiss army knife’ of neighborhoods. You can run into target at 8:30 am for some essentials then come back for lunch to eat home made pasta at Riviera Focacceria. Come to shop the high-end designer stores, then eat a great dinner al fresco at Sugarcane. Oh, and there is a ton of parking.

Mid Beach

With generations of locals hailing from the area, I expected much more from ‘Millionaires Row”. However, the 41st Street shopping district is adding new eateries and the beach at 41st is fantastic. ...read more.

North Miami Beach

This northern stretch of Miami Beach includes an old fashioned band shell, a community center and an adjoining park at the north end. Frequented by locals as well as visitors, it's quieter than beaches to the south, but just as beautiful. The beach is wide and sandy, with concessions and showers. ...read more.

Little Havana

Hispanic culture permeates everything in Little Havana - colorful murals, monuments to heroes past and present, elderly men playing dominoes as they discuss politics and cigar rollers deep at work amidst Little Havana's ever-present aroma of Cuban coffee. These scenes of daily life in Little Havana play out amidst a backdrop of ...read more.

Sunny Isles Beach

Sunny Isles Beach is a city located on a barrier island in northeast Miami-Dade County. The City is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Sunny Isles Beach is nicknamed "Little Moscow" due to its large and growing Russian and Russian Jewish population. ...read more.

Wynwood Miami

If you’re going to be away from the water, the urban beauty of Wynwood is a great go-to place for an alternative and more cultural experience. It is a Mecca for art aficionados and casual browsers alike. In a wilderness of warehouses blossoms over ...read more.

Venetian Islands

The Venetian Islands are a chain of artificial islands in Biscayne Bay in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The islands are, from west to east: Biscayne Island (Miami), San Marco Island (Miami), San Marino Island (Miami Beach), Di Lido Island (Miami Beach), Rivo Alto Island (Miami Beach), and Belle Isle (Miami Beach). ...read more.

Coral Gables

Coral Gables was one of the first planned communities, and prefigured the development of the gated community and the homeowners association. It is famous for its strict zoning regulations.[5] The city was developed by George Edgar Merrick during the Florida land boom of the 1920s. The city's architecture is almost ...read more.

Coconut Grove

My first impression of the Grove was “This is so cool!” The grove is lushly tropical. Homes of every size and style come together in this Bohemian waterfront neighborhood.  Travel the side streets and you can spot peacocks walking leisurely through people’s yards. Cocowalk, an outdoor mall in the center of the Grove, has plans for revitalization. ...read more.

Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne is a nicely secluded island that can be reached via the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway crossing beautiful Biscayne Bay. Located south of Downtown Miami and north of Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne offers miles of golden sand beaches and beautiful quiet neighborhoods. Key Biscayne is a picturesque blend of low-key ...read more.

Doral

Doral is a city located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. Situated just northwest of Miami International Airport, the City takes its name from the Doral Golf Resort & Spa located within its municipal boundaries. As of 2013 the U.S. Census Bureau estimated Doral's population at 50,213. For a city of its size, Doral has ...read more.

Surfside

One of the attractions of quiet family-oriented Surfside, Florida is the wide, secluded beach bordered by a path through the dunes. Rejuvenated hotels and new luxury condominiums in Surfside are changing the style of Collins Avenue, but Harding Avenue retains the feel of an old-style main street. Small bistros welcome strollers for a casual meal. ...read more.

Bal Harbour

A favored hideaway of the rich and famous, Bal Harbour epitomizes luxury living. Upscale hotels and condos offer oceanfront views, world-class beaches and resort spas all in a quiet, relaxing and high-end environment. Shoppers, this is a necessary stop. Bal Harbour shops and mall rival the world's most ultra-luxury shopping centers You’ll do more than sunbathe on these sands. ...read more.

Calle Ocho

We know it’s a caricature of Miami, however, we love the vibe and personality of Calle Ocho. This neighborhood is a great place to spend an evening listening to live music, dining, or enjoying a cigar while taking a stroll. The same way everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s day, here, you will be overtaken by the energy, and even if for just the night, you will be a part of the Cuban community.

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