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Saturday, July 16, 2016

Top 10 Places to Live in Miami Florida


There’s no other Hashtag in Twitter, Instagram or Facebook more popular than #ILoveMiami. The city is vibrant with endless entertainment options, beautiful neighborhoods, electrifying nightlife scene, exciting shopping malls and boutiques and a ranking conglomeration of restaurants showcasing delectable cuisines from all over the world as a unique dining experience all at once.
     On top of all that, Miami, besides being one of the world’s Top Tourist Destinations, is booming as a preferable spot to live and work and developing a Real Estate infrastructure which will be hard to beat in the coming years.

     Miami seems confusing at first, but quickly becomes easy to navigate. The downtown area is at the geographical heart of the city and composed of a small cluster of buildings close to the airport and the beaches. There are more than a dozen neighborhoods in Miami’s mainland and surrounding keys, and the majority of them make the list at various medias as great places to live or visit.

Top 10 Best Places To Live In Miami

1- Bal Harbour:
A famously snooty town, known for its centerpiece of Bal Harbour Shops, the most productive luxury fashion shopping center in America with an exquisite collection of designer boutiques and restaurants.

2- Bay Harbour Island:

The Town of Bay Harbor Islands, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, is a growing and vibrant community of fine homes, luxury condominiums, and apartments. The Town is home to a K-8 school, retail shops, restaurants, professional offices and MANY other businesses. The community’s location near South Beach, The Bal Harbour shops, downtown Miami and other areas in Miami-Dade County has made it an ideal place to “live and work”.

3- Coconut Grove:

This district of Miami is a popular destination for locals as well as tourists. Coconut Grove is the oldest modern continuously-inhabited neighborhood of Miami and remains a charming, bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami. Coconut Grove, known to locals as “The Grove” is one of the hippest, most energetic, most inviting corners of South Florida.
4- Coral Gables:
A.k.a. City Beautiful, home of one of the most prestigious and luxury hotels in Miami: The Biltmore. Southwest of Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, where lush green avenues wind through a residential area along playful architectural features, is a blend of color, details, and the Mediterranean Revival architectural style creating harmony with the Miami environment. 

5(a)- 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. Here you will find a variety of shops, boutiques, high-class retail, services, fitness center, supermarket, coffee shop, eateries, and a large selection of restaurants.

5(b)- Downtown Miami:
Boutiques, shops along the roads, streets bustling with people, skyscrapers that make a picture-perfect view from a distance. Downtown lifestyle meets its highest peek in Miami’s Downtown, peculiar with the rich history of Cuban refugees that have converted a part of the downtown into a Little Havana, a blend of wonderful food, shops, sights and Cuban culture.

6- Design District:

The Miami Design District is a creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art, architecture and dining.A lover of arts? You will find no other place in the world so riveting and exciting than the Design District in Miami.

7- Key Biscayne:

An island town in Miami, known as ‘The Island Paradise’, Key Biscayne is a wonderful place to visit with so much to see, and so much to enjoy. It has a two-mile beach and is a popular place for sunbathing, picnics, barbecues, biking, kayaking, a tour of the lighthouse and lighthouse keeper’s cottage, a campsite for youth groups, and boat camping. 

8- Miami Beach:

Primarily a business district where there is plenty to see and do, Miami Beach is a coastal resort city and the commercial center of South Florida. South Beach (also known as SoBe, or simply the Beach), it is considered one of the richest commercial areas in Miami with dense, urban nature, and pedestrian-friendly streets. 

9- Miami Lakes:

Miami Lakes is one of the best communities, providing a healthy and safe environment for youth that includes educational support programs. Miami Lakes is known as one of the most beautiful residential areas in South Florida for its tree lined streets, large estate lots, and extremely low crime rate.

10- Kendall:

Here in Kendall you will find Dadeland Mall, perhaps one of Miami’s most iconic shopping malls, hosts over 185 retail shops including such flagship stores as Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Macys, JC Penney, The Limited and Express. Here residents have access to everything they needed within walking distance

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