Miami with summer high's in the mid 80's and winter low's in the low 70's is truly Florida living done right. Miami offers some of the most luxurious real estate including high-rise condos overlooking downtown and opulent waterfront estates. There's something here for everyone.
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Miami is a seaside city, also known as "The Magic City", and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean in the southeastern part of Florida. One of the largest cities in the United States with over 500,000 people, Miami is known for its diversity, culture, flourishing economy, recreation, and a wide range of residential communities. Though many relocate to Miami for new career opportunities, it continually proves to be a great place for people of all ages to live. Beautiful weather year round, world famous destinations, sports teams, and art venues are just some of the characteristics that make Miami attractive to homebuyers.
Located in Miami-Dade County, Miami is divided into four sections including the North, South, West, and Downtown area. Downtown Miami is the heart of the city, situated in the eastern portion. With a large city skyline and the most powerful business district in Florida, Downtown Miami includes Brickell, Port Miami, Watson Island, and Virginia Key. Along with many schools, banks, courthouses, businesses, and city parks, Downtown Miami is home to many communities including luxurious high-rise condos and stunning homes on the bay that are a staple in the city.
Flagami, West Flagler, and Little Havana make up the western side of Miami. These neighborhoods are traditionally home to a diverse community of people from Cuba and Central America though many ethnicities of people live here as well. Here you will find more modest homes, townhomes, and condos for sale.
The northern part of Miami is the cultural center and includes Midtown a highly diverse area with neighborhoods like Wynwood and Edgewater. Also in north Miami is the Design District and Upper East Side where you’ll find many high-rise condos and historic homes from as far back as the 1920’s.
South Miami is encompassed by Coral Way, Coconut Grove, and The Roads all boasting historic residential communities. Downtown Miami connects with Coral Gables by Coral Way a city established in 1922 with tree-lined streets and beautiful homes for sale. Coconut Grove has, even more, history as it was built in 1825 and is where you’ll find many government centers like city hall. Chic nightclubs, trendy boutiques, museums, and theaters are located in the southern part of Miami and are major tourist attractions.
No matter what part of Miami you choose to live in, you are sure to be surrounded by the rich history of the city.
Popular Miami Destinations
Miami is world famous for its popular destinations that many come to see from all over the world. These destinations feature many historic parts of the city, cultural venues, fine dining, waterfront activity, unique shops, and more. There’s really no end to the sight-seeing in Miami, which is a huge attraction for new homebuyers.
South Beach, also known as SoBe, is an area just east of Miami between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay which also includes all the barrier islands of Miami Beach. First developed in 1910, South Beach has grown to be the entertainment capital of Miami. Just as beautiful in real-life as it is on the postcards, South Beach is where you’ll find towering palm trees over the white sandy beaches, art galleries, some of the hottest nightclubs in the country, boutiques, and delectable cuisines of all ethnicities. South Beach is also the host of many special Miami events including Art Basel, Miami Fashion Week, Miami Music Week, and the Food Network South Beach Food and Wine Festival. There are city parks to canvas including South Beach Park, Collins Park, Washington Park, and Flamingo Park many of these which are on the waterfront, public and private schools nearby, libraries, theaters, and so much more. If you’ve decided to purchase a home for sale in Miami or are just visiting for the weekend, South Beach is a spot you’ll want to explore.
Once deemed as just a collection of abandoned warehouses, Wynwood is now the art hub of South Florida. Wynwood is a neighborhood in Miami divided into an art district and a fashion district. Artists travel globally to showcase their work on the Wynwood Walls as well as other venues throughout the community. Primarily an outdoor destination, there currently dozens of bars, restaurants, museums and galleries that can be found in Wynwood attracting many new young people to the area. The second Saturday of every month, you can stop by for ArtWalk, a time when artists open their studio doors to allow tourists to view their pieces. Although, art can be viewed at any time along the streets as graffiti murals line the buildings. The fashion district is a larger part of Wynwood and a spot where many of the largest retailers are located.
The perfect place for a “staycation”, Key Biscayne is an island village just east of Miami. Key Biscayne is the ultimate spot if you’re looking to enjoy the beautiful beaches that Miami has to offer. There are many well-known seafood restaurants, water sports activities, and places to relax by the ocean in Key Biscayne, truly a place of paradise. Key Biscayne began developing as a residential community after it was connected to Miami by the Rickenbacker Causeway in 1947. Today, there are many condominium communities and resort hotels for year-round residents and seasonal visitors. If you’ve come to explore Key Biscayne, be sure to visit the Miami Seaquarium, The Crandon Park Tennis Center and the site of the Sony Open Tennis Tournament, and the Key Visitor's Center.
Miami is a cultural hotspot and place where art comes alive. Below is a list of museums in Miami as well as art exhibitions.
-Miami Art Museum: The Miami Art Museum, renamed as the Perez Art Museum Miami, is located in Downtown Miami and features 20th century and contemporary art.
-Frost Art Museum: The Frost Museum is located on the Florida Atlantic University campus and highlights Haitian Paintings, American Modern Sculptures, and photographs.
-Miami Children’s Museum: The Miami Children's Museum is located on Watson Island in Miami and features 14 permanent art galleries, pre-school classrooms, an auditorium, gift shop, and educational programs.
-Miami-Dade Cultural Center: The Miami-Dade Cultural Center is a performing arts center featuring dance, music, and theater inside a unique contemporary building in Miami.
-HistoryMiami: The HistoryMiami Museum is located in Downtown Miami and features city tours, exhibitions, four permanent galleries, and three traveling art exhibits.
-Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, previously known as Villa Vizcaya, is located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove and features 50 acres of Italian Renaissance formal gardens, rooms decorated with antiques, and other European art.
-Art Basel Miami: Art Basel Miami is one of largest art exhibitions held annually in Wynwood every December and attracts visitors from around the globe.
Schools in Miami, FL
The city of Miami has one of the largest school districts in the country and the largest in the state of Florida. There are almost 400 public schools which children living in the city may be zoned for. There are also many magnet schools and private schools to choose from including denominational and non-denominational options. Some private schools include St. Agatha Catholic School, Gulliver Preparatory School, Miami Country Day School, and St. Hugh Catholic School. For continuing education, Miami offers 14 colleges and universities including the University of Miami and Florida International University.
Miami Sports Teams
Sports are a huge part of the culture in Miami. There are four major sports teams in the city including the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball, Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association, and the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League. Also prominent, are the sports team of the University of Miami Hurricanes and Florida International University Panthers. The major college sports followed in Miami are Hurricanes Football, Hurricanes Baseball, Hurricanes Basketball, along with Panthers Football. The Hurricanes football team plays at the Hardrock Stadium where the Miami Dolphins play as well. Also in Miami, is the Sony Ericsson Open for professional tennis players, Major League Soccer, Nascar Races held the Homestead-Miami Speedway and the Orange Bowl a college football championship game held annually.
Getting to and from Miami is extremely convenient with flowing roadways, major highways, and airports near the city. Miami International Airport sees the most travelers in Florida and is one of the busiest international airports in the United States. Fly to and from both North and South America, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe easily. Miami also offers plenty of public transportation including Tri-Rail, the Metrobus, Metromover, and Metrorail. Between all of the options for public transportation, you’ll be able to travel through all of Miami even upwards to West Palm Beach. Another avenue for travel is PortMiami, one of the largest ports in the world. It is not only one of the biggest cargo ports but it is the biggest cruise ship port seeing more than 3 million passengers every year. If you love to travel, living in Miami will be a dream come true.