Finding Your Home

From leafy residential enclaves with single family homes to dense urban neighborhoods with apartments and condos, Miami offers a diverse range of housing options for individuals, couples, and families. And with 34 different municipalities, each with its own unique personality, price points and assets, it’s easy to find a neighborhood to feel at home.

With 2.7 million people, Miami includes cities, villages, towns and communities that run the gamut from coastal to urban, from rural to suburban, from downtown to industrial and from ethnic to bohemian.

Popular Neighborhoods Include:

Downtown Brickell
Located on Biscayne Bay and the Miami River, the waterfront heart of the city is filled with residential buildings, restaurants, shopping and soaring office towers making downtown Miami a very walkable city. Public transit and alternative transportation help commuters and visitors navigate attractions such as the American Airlines Arena (AAA), Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center, Frost Science Museum, Perez Art Museum plus music, arts and sporting festivals.

Miami Beach
Long known as a tourist mecca, Miami Beach is also a vibrant business and residential community. From waterfront apartment and condominium buildings to townhouses and multi-million dollar mansions steps away from miles of public beachfront, Miami Beach is home to an eclectic group of vibrant neighborhoods and a fast-growing tech-based startup scene in addition to some of the world’s best hotels and restaurants.
Wynwood – One of Miami’s trendiest neighborhoods is Wynwood, a former manufacturing and warehouse district that is now home to artists, entrepreneurs, craft breweries, galleries and restaurants. It is known worldwide for the Wynwood Walls murals.

Coconut Grove
Always one of Miami’s most popular and well-known neighborhoods, the “Grove” as locals call it has been an outdoor-focused pedestrian and bike-friendly enclave for decades. Its winding tree-shaded lush streets include numerous housing options ranging from luxury condominiums and waterfront mansions to modest older homes in tropical style neighborhoods and low rise apartments. Its views of Biscayne Bay from any one of its waterfront eateries reaffirms the magic of the Grove.

Little Havana
Calle Ocho or Eighth Street runs through this neighborhood known for its cigar shops, bakeries, cuban restaurants and culture. Its historic and cultural importance to the growth of Miami is recognized daily with tourists flocking to see dominos being played, guayaberas being sold and super-charged cuban coffee known as cafecito being enjoyed. Residential neighborhoods with moderately priced housing provide housing options for individuals and families alike who want to enjoy the culture and be close to downtown Miami.

Little River
This historic neighborhood has seen a rebirth as an up and coming residential neighborhood and a creative arts scene north of downtown Miami. It is surrounded by residential neighborhoods with primarily single family homes and local businesses.

South Dade
More to Explore is the tagline developed to help locals and visitors alike better understand all the assets of the southern part of the county including an abundance of land, great schools and reasonably priced homes. The community is best known for its agricultural roots and successes as well as its interesting tourist destinations.

Applied Geographic Solutions, 2017

Miami-Dade Sites

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