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 a suburban feel.
Miami Shores isn’t a city and it’s not a town—it’s actually a village with a village mindset to prove it. Located north of Miami on beautiful Biscayne Bay, the municipality of Miami Shores was established in 1932. Some know it as “The Village Beautiful.”
Miami Shores offers residents a quiet lifestyle with a small town atmosphere just outside the urban core. The leisurely community boasts golf courses and tennis courts at the local country club, swimming at the aquatic center, and year-round athletic facilities at the recreation center. The village of Miami Shores is also known for providing children a quality education, with A-rated schools from kindergarten through 12th grade, such as Miami Shores Elementary and Doctors Charter School.
An easy commute to business centers in both Miami-Dade and Broward counties, the northeast Miami-Dade location of Miami Shores offers easy access to South Florida’s major expressways, beaches, and sports and entertainment attractions.