Top Neighborhoods


There is no more Florida location than Key Biscayne. It is an island both literally and metaphorically and is perfectly situated just over a causeway from Miami proper, south of Miami Beach. A well-manicured community, it is surrounded by white sand beaches, and bordered at the north and south ends by lush tropical parks. The town was once an isolated corner of South Florida, though recent development has put luxury hotels (and the accompanying fine dining and exciting nightlife) next to the idyllic beaches. The key’s 13,000 residents support two elementary schools, as well as local businesses from diners to fashion designers in a central business district, making the trip over the Rickenbacker Causeway one of pleasure rather than necessity.


Coconut Grove – known to locals as «The Grove» – is one of the hippest, most energetic, most inviting corners of South Florida. Coconut Grove is home to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, elegant hotels, the Miami Science Museum, and CocoWalk, a shopping and dining district.

Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s safest places to live. The area enjoys 24/7 police control and has one of Miami’s lowest crime rates. Besides offering many gated or walled homes, the Grove also offers a good amount of (waterfront) gated communities for those seeking the highest form of protection for the family.


Coral Gables is a suburb of Miami with a population of 50,226. Coral Gables is in Miami-Dade County and is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Coral Gables offers residents an urban suburban mix feel, and most residents own their homes. In Coral Gables there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. The public schools in Coral Gables are highly rated.

With its impressive arches, expansive plazas, boulevards, and architecture recalling Old Spain, Coral Gables is a slice of the Mediterranean. It’s the ideal setting for those who appreciate a good vibe with good taste.


Brickell is one of the top neighborhoods in Miami, Florida with a population of 35,591. Brickell is in Miami-Dade County and is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Brickell offers residents a dense urban feel and most residents rent their homes. 

Is one of the largest financial districts in the United States. Besides the numerous banking, investment, and financial institutions, Brickell is also home to many of Florida’s foreign consulates, adding to the diverse international flavor of this exciting neighborhood. Today, the neighborhood is home to numerous high-rise condo towers and apartment buildings, as well as a mind-boggling selection of shopping and dining. 

Brickell is a vibrant, eclectic neighborhood that buzzes with activity day and night. Brickell attracts a diverse collection of residents from all over the world, all of whom are drawn to the area’s convenient location, amenities, and fast-paced, urban lifestyle.


A hot spot day or night, South Beach in the city of Miami Beach, offers an eclectic mix of world-class restaurants, stores, boutiques, and galleries, amidst iconic art deco buildings. The nightlife is unbeatable, and the world-renowned beach is a must for any Miami visitor. South Beach is THE place to see and be seen!


Miami Beach is a global arts and culture destination. It has a rich history as a trend-setting cultural center, from the world-famous nightclubs of the 50s, to today’s modern South Beach. The sparkling seashore stretches across Miami Beach for miles, lined with beautiful art deco and mid-century modern hotels. Visit the famed Art Deco Historic District, explore Miami Beach museums, visit cool shopping districts, enjoy family-friendly activities, and see unique performance venues that can only be Found in Miami Beach.


Midtown Miami is a large-scale urban development situated within the City of Miami. Although Midtown is commonly grouped together with the Arts’ District, Wynwood, Edgewater and the Design District, Midtown Miami is a distinct neighborhood in Miami that is roughly bound by NE 29th Street to the south, I-195 (Julia Tuttle Causeway) to the north, North Miami Avenue to the west and NE 2nd Avenue to the east.

Midtown Miami is an extraordinary live-work-play neighborhood that offers luxury residential buildings, lush green spaces, parks, paved promenades, and a core shopping center called ‘The Shops at Midtown.’ The Shops at Midtown, which was mimicked after the SOHO neighborhood in New York City, is an outdoor shopping district offering a variety of national stores, local boutiques, and a variety of casual to fine eateries. Midtown Miami offers a live, play environment because it offers everything you need within walking distance from your residence. Whether you need to take your beloved pet to PetSmart, grab essentials at Target or buy jeans at Guess, you do not have to step foot in your car!


Edgewater is an up-and-coming neighborhood in Miami, Florida, ideally located bayfront between Downtown Miami and the highly-sought-after Design District. Although Edgewater is commonly grouped together with the Arts’ District, Wynwood, Midtown and the Design District, Edgewater is a distinct neighborhood in Miami that is roughly bound by NE 17th Terrace to the south, I-195 (Julia Tuttle Causeway) to the north, NE 2nd Avenue to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east.

Edgewater has always been considered a residential neighborhood offering charming early 20th century homes and older high-rise to mid-rise residential towers. However, over the past few decades, the population of Edgewater has grown tremendously, causing for the older homes and towers to be renovated or torn down to make way for newer homes or condo towers and further urbanization of this bayfront community. As such, Edgewater is now home to many new construction condo developments offering luxury residences, resort-style amenities and sweeping views of Biscayne Bay. Some of the new condo projects include Elysee, Biscayne Beach, Missoni Baia, Paraiso Bay and Aria on the Bay.


From high-end shopping to luxury resorts, Bal Harbour is a little slice of paradise.

A tranquil and luxurious enclave at the northern tip of Miami Beach, Bal Harbour is famous for the upscale Bal Harbour Shops and lavish oceanfront resorts with white sand beaches. It’s also home to several beloved fine dining restaurants. With Haulover Inlet as its northern border, Biscayne Bay to the west and the endless Atlantic Ocean to the east, the views are picturesque from any vantage point.


Sunny Isles Beach is a city located on a barrier island in northeast Miami-Dade County, Florida. The city is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. The population is 20,832.

Sunny Isles Beach is an area of cultural diversity with stores lining Collins Avenue, the main thoroughfare through the city. It is a growing resort area and developers such as Michael Dezer have invested heavily in construction of high-rise hotels and condominiums while licensing the Donald Trump name for some of the buildings for promotional purposes. Sunny Isles Beach has a central location, minutes from Bal Harbour to the south, and Aventura to the north and west.


Aventura is surrounded by an exuberant nature, with beaches and parks, and at the same time has an excellent urban infrastructure. The neighborhood is extremely complete regarding leisure options, shopping, restaurants, public parks, navigable channels, supermarkets, as well as being close to beautiful beaches.

The region is served by the intracoastal canals that guarantee fun boat trips and water sports, in addition to golf courses, shopping centers, such as the famous Shopping Aventura, considered the largest mall in Florida and the second in the United States, with more than 300 stores.