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Explore Miami Neighborhoods

Miami's patchwork of colorful neighborhoods makes it the perfect place to live and work. In these pages, we present to you some of our favorite neighborhoods, and some of our favorite things to do their.Enjoy a visual experience meant to bring Miami to you.

Arts & Entertainment

Downtown Miami is home to a growing arts and entertainment scene. Although it's been called the Omni or Media and Entertainment District in decades...

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Brickell

Mary Brickell had a vision in the early 1900s to build lavish mansions along Brickell Avenue to create what is now known as “Millionaire’s...

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Buena Vista

North of the Miami Design District and South of Little Haiti sits an historic residential neighborhood marked by blend of 1920s era single-family...

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Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is the oldest modern continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami. The neighborhood is roughly bound by North Prospect Drive to the...

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Coral Gables

Known by many locals as “The Gables,” Coral Gables is one of the most established, most scenic and most affluent communities in South Florida. In...

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Design District

Dedicated to luxury fashion, architecture, dining experiences—and, of course, design—forward-thinking urbanists have spearheaded a transformation...

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Downtown Miami

Downtown Miami is the heart of one the nation’s fastest-growing cities. Downtown Miami is a true urban live, work and play center with high-rise...

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Edgewater

Often called an emerging neighborhood, Edgewater, and particularly East Edgewater, is on the radar screens of Downtown Miami residents and commercial...

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Flagler Village

Flagler Village is downtown Fort Lauderdale's trendiest neighborhood, located steps from Fort Lauderdale's urban core. What started off as an...

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Fort Lauderdale

With an average year-round temperature of 77 degrees and an annual 3,000 hours of sunshine, Fort Lauderdale is a popular tourist destination. But the...

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Lemon City

In the 1850s a small farming community developed in an area known as Lemon City. But Lemon City is a city in name only. So-called for its many lemon...

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Little Havana

Immediately west of Downtown Miami, Little Havana has a rich cultural heritage that started emerging in the 1960s. Little Havana, which was named...

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Little River

Miami’s Little River neighborhood is an industrial district just north of Midtown Miami and Wynwood, and west of Biscayne and the Upper East Side...

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Miami Beach

Miami Beach. Its name says it all—and it says it all around the globe. Miami Beach is known for its pedestrian-friendly streets, trendy boutiques,...

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Miami Shores

Miami Shores offers its residents the best of both South Florida worlds. An older Miami suburb, Miami Shores is close to Downtown Miami but maintains...

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Oakland Park

Known for it's Culinary Arts District, Oakland Park has repositioned itself in order to attract a large variety of restauranteurs and retailers. The...

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Upper Eastside

No, it’s not just New York that has an Upper East Side. Miami’s “Upper East Side” is an emerging neighborhood in the Northeastern part of...

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Wilton Manors

Wilton Manors is one of the few cities in Broward County that one can say has a strong sense of community. The unique culture offers a diverse and...

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Wynwood

Art galleries. Open-air street art installations. Antique shops. Eclectic bars. Creative live-work dwellings. Those are just some of the...

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