know the best neighborhoods and find out why live in Miami
Brickell is the financial hub of Miami City, popularly known as “Manhattan
of the South”, where gleaming comercial towers and luxury condos are part of
the landscape. The area is home to Metromover Miami, the modern free people
mover service that leads you from Brickell to Downtown. Enjoy the day or night
on Marry Brickell Village where you cand find restaurants, stores, night clubs
Starting to actively grow after the 1920’s, Miami Shores is strategically
located between the Design Destrict and Aventura.
It’s a great area to live if you like to be nearby amenities, and mostly,
if you like to walk and have all day-by-day stuff done by foot.
Around 4,000 families and many young professionals live in Miami Shores,
not just because it’s a good area near the water and has a mix of architectural
styles, but, the public schools are above average. The Doctor Charter school
and Miami Shores Elementary School are both “A” rated schools.
Incorporated to Miami in 1946, Bal Harbour
is located on the northern of Miami Beach Island. The main traffic corridor linking
the north to the south is Collins Avenue, also known as Florida State Highway.
The neighborhood is known by the luxurious
Bal Harbour Shops, the oceanfront resorts with white sand beaches, and sophisticated
Surrounded by Biscayne Bay on west and the
Atlantic ocean on east and north, it’s the right choice if you are looking for
Downtown Miami is known for being the
commercial center of the city with great places to shop, some of Miami's best
restaurants, parks, and hotels. In addition, Downtown Miami has many
entertainment options such as theaters, museums, movie theaters, bars, nightclubs,
and the famous FTX Arena, Miami Heat's basketball stadium, which
not only plays host to big NBA games, but also hosts famous singers and
One of the most luxury areas of Miami, Sunny Isles is
the home of one of the most beautiful beaches of Florida. If you want to run
away from Miami beach’s crowded beaches, Sunny Isles provides a relaxing and
It’s privileged location between Aventura and Bal Harbour provides easy access
to the main shopping malls of the city, and two different airports, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale, that have equal distance from the
neighborhood. If you plan to go shopping, the region is also nearest of Sawgrass Mills Outlet than other places in Miami City.
Located at the northern end of Miami
Beach, Bay Harbor Islands has a vibrant and private community with magnificent
luxury homes and condos, close to trendy cities like Bal Harbour and Surfside
that are great for shopping and conveniences. In addition, Bay Harbor has the
most incredible views of the water, the air of relaxation that the Florida sun
and breeze provide, and the magical lights of the Miami skyline at night.
Known as the "American Riviera" because
of its charm and its squares, with fountains and buildings that are very
different from the other Miami neighborhoods, Coral Gables stands out for its
mansions, luxurious hotels, fountains, and small galleries and stores with
Mediterranean architecture. In addition, Coral Gables has super charming
restaurants where you can have coffee or dinner in tranquility.
Without a doubt Coconut Grove is one of
the most interesting and greenest neighborhoods in Miami. The Grove as it is
called by the locals, is the oldest neighborhood in the city and was created as
we know it today in 1925, after being incorporated into the city of Miami.
With its roots in the Bahamas community
and the artists who settled there at the beginning of its history, the place
maintains until today a lively and relaxed atmosphere with many artistic
Perfect for those who enjoy nature,
nightlife, sailing, and shopping, The Grove offers different entertainment
options and is known for having the best restaurants and luxury stores in town.
Miami Beach is the face of Miami. Known for its turistic areas like South Beach, the white sandy beaches, the art deco buildings and the non-stop nightlife, it‘s a great place to visit but also to live.
A very diverse population lives in Miami Beach. The Latin culture is quite prominent there, and it’s also one of the top destinations for LGBT tourism in United States.
If you are looking for a more relaxing and family-friendly area of Miami beach, Mid beach would be the chosen one.
North beach is also a good area for single-family or multiple-family homes somewhat close to Miami Beach entertainment.