Miami is a spectacular city, a global metropolis, located on the beautiful sands of South Florida and at the intersection of a thousand cultures. It's located in Miami-Dade County in southeastern Florida.  Miami is known for its white sandy beaches, warm climate, delicious cuisines, Cuban Coffee and trendy nightlife, art galleries and world-class hotels and the Latin American influences.

One could say that Miami is the capital of the Caribbean, and a year-round playground filled with exciting thing to see and do. Its well-defined neighborhoods each seems to have its own specialty, from food, to arts, to entertainment, big-city bustle to beautiful quietude. Boats of every size sail its waters, and the shores are lined with grand hotels, spacious homes with pools and “Florida rooms” to enjoy its well-tempered tropical climate, luxury high-rise apartments, historic neighborhoods and famous beaches. No matter who you are or what you like, you will fall in love with Miami, the beautiful. Arrive and leave from Miami International Airport, it's 15-minute ride into the heart of Miami.

Coral Gables

An upscale city, known as The City Beautiful, stands out as a cohesive community built on a grand scale that blends color, detail, and the Mediterranean Revival architectural style to create harmony with the environment. One of Miami’s most desired and safest residential areas that attracts many families and is home to great private and public schools and one of the best Universities in the Country, University of Miami. This area is predominantly a single-family home and luxury condos market. Many families choose Coral Gables for its beauty, its top-rated public schools and the proximity to tons of restaurants, shops, cafes, etc., that populate the famous Miracle Mile. It's rich in history and in culture that captures the beauty of the city.

Coconut Grove

The Grove is one of Miami’s most exclusive areas and one of the oldest cities in Miami. Established in the early 1900’s, the area is known for its lush canopy trees and foliage it’s famous bay-front Barnacle Historic State Park, home to a mangrove forest, and the iconic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, centered on a lavish Italian-style villa. Sailing clubs and marinas dot the waterfront. It’s a nice place to live and being Miami’s safest neighborhood and therefore desired with families. Coconut Grove is a small village with lots of demand for its high-end real estate. The area is also home to many gated communities and waterfront properties. Although predominantly a single-family home market, the Grove is also home to several ultra-luxury and brand-new waterfront condo.

Key Biscayne

An upscale island just off the coast of Brickell/Coconut Grove. High-end and exclusive are two words coming to mind when thinking of Key Biscayne. Homes are often waterfront and desired with boaters. The island is also in vogue with families, as it offers a superb public school. Key Biscayne offers a fair share of luxurious condos, albeit that there is just one brand new, ultra-luxury condo on the island.


The urban core and financial district of Miami, known for its high rises and its many brand-new condos. This area is desired with (young) professionals and is truly becoming a self-sufficient core with a very large brand-new mall, stores, restaurants and entertainment options.

Downtown Miami

Brickell’s smaller sibling. Home to many newer condos, but less developed and less walkable than Brickell. Downtown Miami is a busy shopping area with cultural and event venues. During the day, the open-air malls, department stores and jewelry shops are busy with foot traffic, while at night, crowds descend on the American Airlines Arena for Miami Heat basketball games and big-name concerts.

South Miami

South Miami is ideally located just North / West of Coral Gables offers high-quality single-family homes for a lower dollar price per SF than the before mentioned neighborhoods. As South Miami is located close to Pinecrest and Coral Gables, the area is desired with parents whose children. attend schools in nearby areas. Dadeland is a commercial district and urban neighborhood similar to an edge city, amid the sprawling metropolitan Miami suburbs of Kendall, Glenvar Heights, and Pinecrest. Dadeland offers Luxury rental apartments to fit your lifestyle and is home to one of the biggest Malls in Florida with over 185 shops and restaurants and access to South Metro Station and next to Baptist Hospital.

High Pines / Ponce Davis

High Pines and Ponce Davis are two small neighborhoods located between South Miami and Coral Gables. They are often (mistakenly) referred to as Coral Gables. Both areas offer high-end single-family homes, and the areas are desired with families because of its proximity to Miami’s best private schools.


Pinecrest is one of Miami’s top 3 residential markets. The predominantly single-family home market is desired because of its spacious homes and lots. The area offers more SF for your Dollar compared to the Grove and Coral Gables. Another main attraction is the presence of A-Rated public schools.

Palmetto Bay

Palmetto Bay is known for its large homes and residential lots, which trade for just a fraction of the prices that are asked in neighboring Pinecrest. The property taxes are also much lower than in other desired residential areas in Miami. Furthermore, Palmetto is home to a great number of excellent private schools.


Kendall is a city west of Pinecrest and Palmetto Bay. This is a family-oriented area and many people choose Kendall as you get more for your money than in the neighborhoods listed above and the public schools are highly rated. Living in Kendall feels like living in urban and at the same time suburban area. In Kendall you can find all types of homes from condos to upscale mansions. You can also find a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Kendall is served by Metrobus so it has an excellent connection with downtown but if you choose to drive, you have to be ready to sit in traffic sometimes.

Westchester / University Park

These two areas are suburbs of Miami, and offer residents an urban suburban mix feel. These two areas, west of Coral Gables, are even more affordable than the neighborhoods listed above but there may not be a big selection of homes to rent at any given time, since most people own their homes and there is a lack of apartment buildings. It’s a good area to invest as it’s developing quickly. This area is home to Santa’s enchanted forest, the world largest theme park with over 100 rides, attractions and shows. This area is also home to Florida International University (FIU), home to the Patricia and and Phillip Frost Art Museum.


Doral is north of Westchester and University Park. In Doral homes and rentals are comparable to the ones in Kendall, or Westchester. It offers a very good mix of single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and apartment complexes. Half the people own their homes and half the people rent them. The growth of downtown Doral, a very dynamic city center, has made Doral very attractive to newcomers. In Doral you can find trendy shops and restaurants, a bustling business park and it’s also a premier gold destination. The diverse population, the many job opportunities and proximity to more prestigious neighborhoods in Miami, make Doral a very attractive place to live and work.

Midtown (Upper East Side)

The Upper Eastside is a neighborhood located along the Biscayne Bay, just north of Edgewater. A lesser-known area to outsiders, but within Miami known as a desired residential area. This Miami residential neighborhood offers many single-family homes from the beginning of the 1920’s and consists of different sub-neighborhoods, among which are gated, such as Bay Point, Morningside, Belle Meade and Wynwood. Edge Water is home to many brand-new, waterfront condos. Edgewater is ideally located between the downtown area and the Arts and Design district. Although the area is not as developed as Brickell, the city is investing a lot of money into making this a new urban area.


Aventura real estate is mostly known for its many waterfront and upscale condos, which attracts a wide variety of residents from young professionals to families with children. Many of Aventura’s condos feature on-site marinas including all kinds of services. Besides the condo’s very own marinas, the city of Aventura offers plenty of docking facilities for boat storage and maintenance services. Aventura’s condos are more affordable than condos in Sunny Isles beach or Miami Beach.

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