Unique South Florida Communities


Coral Gables

Coral Gables

Welcome to the allure and opulence of Coral Gables. With its stunning and appealing Mediterranean-style architecture, it has earned the distinction of being called “The City Beautiful,” from the vision of its developer, George Merrick, back in the 1920s.

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Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is a neighborhood of Miami-Dade County, with its main boundaries marked by SW 25 Street and the Rickenbacker Causeway on the north, US1 on the northwest, Biscayne Bay on the east, SW 42 Avenue (LeJeune Road) on the west, and Sunset Drive on the south.

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Kendall

Kendall

Loosely situated west of US1 and extending as far out as the Everglades is the community known as Kendall. Its main roadway, Kendall Drive, is named after Henry John Boughton Kendall, a trustee of the Florida Land and Mortgage Company that purchased a vast area of Kendall in 1883.

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Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne

Leaving Brickell and crossing over the Rickenbacker Causeway is nearby Key Biscayne, a tropical island and home to the famous tourist attraction, the Miami Seaquarium, a 38-acre paradise with world-class marine life entertainment. The Rickenbacker Causeway is a 4-mile stretch from Miami to Virginia Key.

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Pinecrest

Pinecrest

Pinecrest is located in Miami-Dade County, bordered by Kendall Drive (SW 88 Street) on the north, SW 136 Street on the south, Red Road (SW 57 Avenue) on the east, and US1 (South Dixie Highway) on the west. This suburban village is adjacent to the neighborhoods of South Miami on the northeast, Coral Gables on the east, and Palmetto Bay on the south.

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Palmetto Bay

Palmetto Bay

Directly south of Pinecrest is the neighborhood of Palmetto Bay. Its boundaries are SW 136 Street to the north, SW 184 Street to the south, Biscayne Bay on the east, and US1 on the west. Incorporated in 2002, Palmetto Bay became Miami-Dade’s 33rd municipality.

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Brickell Downtown

Brickell Downtown

Brickell lies just south of the Miami River, extending south and crossing Broadway to SE 26 Road/Rickenbacker Causeway. The area north of Broadway is a mixture of financial and residential, while the area south is mostly residential.

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South Miami

South Miami

The city of South Miami is in Miami-Dade County, with boundaries from SW 56 Street to the North, North South-Miami Drive to the South, Red Road to the east, and SW 87 Avenue to the west. Its irregular boundaries also include a portion from Sunset Drive (SW 72 Street) to North South-Miami Drive (SW 88 Street), and east to Biscayne Bay.

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Deering Bay

Deering Bay

Nestled in the most southern part of Coral Gables is a very intimate community lining Biscayne Bay, Deering Bay. A private residential community of luxury condos and single family homes, Deering Bay offers its residents resort-style lifestyle complete with an Arnold Palmer championship golf course and Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club complete with 3 deep-water marinas.

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Downtown Miami

Downtown Miami

Just minutes away from the Brickell area, you are in Downtown Miami, where you will find the American Airlines Arena, home of The Miami Heat; Bayfront Park, with an outdoor Amphitheater for concerts, festivals, cultural events and civic celebrations;the Port of Miami, home to the largest cruise ships in the world;Bayside Marketplace, a huge complex of retail shops and eateries and the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, with a full-season lineup of top performances in music, dance, theatre, and entertainment from around the world. Downtown Miami is a 15-minute drive to the Miami International Airport;and the same to the excitement of vibrant South Beach.

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