August 6, 2019

About Miami



Brickell is a dense, high-rise residential neighborhood with many luxury condominium and apartment towers. It is the financial district of Miami, where the main banks and financial companies are located. It’s an ideal area for young professionals looking to relocate to Miami because it offers a variety of activities and places of entertainment and free and efficient public transportation. The latest development in this area is the open shopping mall “Brickell City Centre” and the East Tower, both about to start its expansion.


Served by the Miami Metrorail and really well connected to the beaches of Miami Beach and Key Biscayne, Downtown Miami offers it all: Museums, schools, government offices, shops, historic and impressive buildings and exclusive access to the Port. It is the area alongside Brickell so the biggest target of people that live in the area are also young professionals that work around the District, but it is also a chosen neighborhood by tourist from all over the world because of it’s easy access to the most important highways of the city.


Miami Beach is famous for its turquoise waters and white sand beaches, high-end shopping and cuisine, beautiful sights, and amazing nightlife. Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue, and Washington Avenue, the major thoroughfares in South Beach, are designed with art deco hotels, condominiums, and a vast array of restaurants and shops. Miami Beach is a multicultural neighborhood and the top destination for tourist and seasonal residents.



The folks of the Design District set new trends every day. Here you’ll find all kinds of inventive outposts, including unique art galleries and workshops, home decorating stores, antique shops and even a few groundbreaking restaurants. The creative people of the city migrate here, and it’s also become a popular tourist destination in recent years. The district covers just a few blocks but has a wealth of shopping and design opportunities available.


Design District is where the artistic side of Miami shows off. Here you will find unique art galleries and workshops, exclusive home decorating stores, antique shops, and the shops of the most important fashion and jewelry brands of the world. It has become a popular tourist destination -mostly because of its murals and for holding the most important Art Basel events- and although it covers just a few blocks, it has a wealth shopping and design opportunities available.


Edgewater can be described as one of the most trendy Miami areas. This neighborhood is predominantly residential and its water scenery is breathtaking. It draws foreign investors and classy locals with its spectacular new architectural additions that focus on high-end constructions and futuristic glamour. This area is expected to experience a dramatic revitalization, with several major construction projects in progress.


Midtown‘s urban design is reminiscent of New York’s SoHo district with a Miami twist. It is one of Miami’s most exciting neighborhoods, chosen by young couples, students and starting families. Today, the area is known for its industrial-chic art galleries, cutting-edge contemporary skyscrapers, varied offer of restaurants and its open shopping centre “Shops at Midtown Miami”. The plus of this neighborhood is that is just a step away of the Design District, dominated by the most upscale brand names in fashion, and the Wynwood area, the artistic scenario of the city.



Coral Gables is one of South Florida’s oldest cities. With a very colonial architectonic style, it still has the canopied streets, historic houses and stately gates relics from when the city was founded in 1925 by George Merrick. Coral Gables offers an abundance of parks, recreational facilities, two public golf courses and waterways. It is an ideal neighborhood for families. Notable “Gables” destinations include the Biltmore Hotel, Village of Merrick Park, the Venetian Pool and the famous Miracle Mile,which features the best dress shops for brides and parties. Multigenerational Miami families make up the majority of Coral Gables residents.


Known as Miami´s oldest neighborhood, Coconut Grove is located in the middle of Miami, next to Brickell and Coral Gable. It recognizable for its charming tree-lined streets, vibrant ethnic eateries, and hippie coffee spots.The neighborhood has a mix of
residential and business areas surrounded by lush greeneries and
breathtaking water views. It is home to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, elegant hotels, the Miami Science Museum, and CocoWalk, a shopping and dining district which is currently undergoing a complete renovation and presents a great opportunity.The area has a broad mix of younger families, older empty-nesters and singles.


Fisher Island in is one of the most elite and exclusive places to live in Miami. This island became home to multi-million dollar mansions and condos. Residents of this neighborhood range from corporate executives and real estate moguls, to celebrities and successful entrepreneurs. The only access to the island is by helicopter or ferry, which adds to the prestigious feel of the island and gives residents unrivaled security and privacy. Golf carts are the preferred mode of transportation for residents.


Key Biscayne is a luxury island town in Miami-Dade County that features miles of golden sand beaches. This charming and quite neighborhood is nestled between two state parks, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Biscayne Bay. Most of the condominiums are either oceanfront or have access to a beautiful beach. The houses also have access to them through a Key Biscayne resident access park or through membership at the Key Biscayne Beach Club. There are a great number of families with young children living in this area because of its excellent elementary and middle schools.


A community anchored around a popular, high-end shopping mall like Aventura Mall, Aventura features easy access to the highways and is just as close to Fort Lauderdale as it is to Downtown Miami. It is the perfect place for boating, golfing and tennis as well as for a condo life, plus it has easy access both to the north and the south of the city. Mid-range chain restaurants dot the area along with more luxurious offerings and there are lots of modern high-rise condos lining in the coastline


Bal Harbour neighborhood quickly took off as one of the premier luxury destinations in Florida. It offers a peaceful beachside living, a five stars hotel like the Ritz Carlton and an internationally famous shopping known as Bar Harbour Shops. Consisting of mostly highrise condos and hotels, there are areas where single-family homes can easily sell for millions. It is s situated at the northernmost tip of Miami Beach, with the Bay Harbor Islands lying just west in Biscayne Bay.


Sunny Isles can be found in the south-east tip of Florida, which enables prime water activities like tropical swimming and snorkeling in clear, warm waters. The environment of Sunny Isles is friendly and perpetually vacation-like, allowing residents to enjoy an ordinary day sunbathing at the shore, fishing at the Newport Fishing Pier, or charter boats. It has become a major tourist destination for those looking for amazing beaches but best access to the north of the city and top malls like Aventura Mall and Sawgrass Mills.


Affordable homes and new construction condominiums and townhouses have made Doral a popular destination for people relocating from other countries as well as other places in the United States. Its home of some of the most important Golf Clubs of the city and its also home of the Miami International Airport and the Dolphin Mall. It offers a good opportunity for those looking for residences to live or rent.