Bay Point is a suburban neighborhood within the Upper East Side of Miami. It is an exclusive and luxurious gated community marked by gorgeous bay views. Bay Point’s proximity to Miami and South Beach make this neighborhood a highly desirable place to live.
Located in the Upper East Side of Miami, Belle Meade is an exclusive gated community with a population of 2,149 residents. It is a family-oriented, waterfront neighborhood with several recreation areas.
A fast-growing, high-rise residential neighborhood just north of Downtown, Brickell has overtaken the historic business district of Miami, becoming one of the largest financial districts in the United States. However, Brickell is not all business: at its center lies Mary Brickell Village, an area for shopping, dining and endless nightlife.
Located just south of Downtown Miami and bordered by the beautiful waters of Biscayne Bay, “The Grove” (as it’s called by locals) is best known for its laid-back vibe. Since its beginnings in the late 1800’s, The Grove has attracted artists, writers, musicians and adventurers with its bohemian flair. The city’s numerous restaurants and bars promise its visitors a great time; there are also recreational areas with outdoor activities for families to enjoy.
Donned “The City Beautiful,” Coral Gables is located southwest of Downtown Miami and is home to 47,401 residents. Known for its beautiful architecture and cultural sites, it is the home of the University of Miami, which happens to be the city’s largest employer. Coral Gables attracts visitors daily with its celebrated Miracle Mile and Village of Merrick Park shopping centers and their exquisite retail shops and restaurants. Coral Gables is also known for its excellent school district.
Located south of Buena Vista and bordered by Wynwood and Midtown, the Design District is a creative neighborhood housing over 130 art galleries and showrooms and has become a nexus for fashion, art and design. The Design District is home to luxury retailers such as Christian Louboutin, Cartier and Fendi, among others, and is becoming a “must” shopping destination in Miami.
An urban residential neighborhood and central business district, Downtown Miami is one of the top three most populous downtown neighborhoods in the U.S. along with New York City and Chicago. With roughly 550 new residents each month, Downtown Miami is one of the fastest growing areas in all of South Florida. The district offers a variety of entertainment spots, such as the Perez Art Museum, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and Bayside Market Place, and hosts the annual ULTRA Music Festival.
An up-and-coming residential neighborhood located north of Downtown, Edgewater has become one of the hippest, most chic places in Miami. With its proximity to Midtown and the Design District, it is without a doubt the neighborhood where more and more people are choosing to live.
Located three miles off the mainland on a barrier island bearing the same name, Fisher Island is a private, residential island community with views of the Atlantic and the spectacular Miami skyline. Though accessible only by ferry or private boat, Fisher Island is merely minutes away from all of the entertainment, sites and shopping areas that Miami has to offer.
An island town located south of Miami Beach and east of Miami, Key Biscayne is home to 12,344 residents and known primarily for its beach parks, which attract locals and tourists alike. If you’re fond of the outdoors, Key Biscayne is the place to be. There are numerous water sport activities available on the island, such as kite surfing, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Key Biscayne hosts the annual Miami Open Tennis Tournament (formerly the Sony Open), drawing visitors from all over the world.
Miami Beach is an island connected to the city of Miami by a series of bridges, boasting magnificent views of the bay, private islands and the spectacular Miami skyline. With approximately 88,000 residents, Miami Beach is one of the world’s most prominent vacation spots, well-known for its architecture and the largest collection of Art Deco buildings anywhere in the world. In addition to its beautiful beaches, nightlife and shopping areas, Miami Beach is also known for hosting Art Basel, the world’s premiere modern and contemporary art show.
Located north of Little River, the village of Miami Shores is an old suburb of Miami. A family-friendly neighborhood, Miami Shores caters to residents of all ages with tons of recreational spaces and a wide variety of restaurants and retail areas.
Located just north of Downtown Miami along Biscayne Boulevard, this neighborhood has gone through an explosive development in recent years, namely the building of several new residence buildings and retail areas such as The Shops at Midtown. The neighborhood was originally built to mimic New York’s Soho neighborhood, and it is certainly upholding that reputation.
Morningside is Miami’s most intact historic district. Located north of Bay Point, it is one of Miami’s best-planned subdivisions, widely known for its architecture. Morningside is a family-oriented neighborhood with a number of parks and outdoor recreational areas.
The city of Pinecrest is a suburban village in Miami-Dade County. With a population of 18,223 residents, Pinecrest is famous for its beautiful parks and green areas. It is also home to Pinecrest Gardens, a cultural arts park and outdoor recreation area, founded on the former site of the legendary tourist attraction Parrot Jungle.
Located east of Miami, nestled between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, SoBe (as it’s been coined by locals) is one of the most touristy spots in the state of Florida, attracting visitors from all over the world to its beautiful beaches and booming nightlife. Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive, Washington Avenue and Collins Avenue are some of the area’s most popular shopping, dining and nightlife destinations.
Located north of Downtown Miami and adjacent to Edgewater, Wynwood has served as Miami’s art mecca since 2009. It is home to over 70 galleries, museums and art collections. Wynwood has become famous for its bohemian and artsy atmosphere and has even been called the city’s “hipster” neighborhood.