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Neighborhoods In Miami

Walkability Of Neighborhoods in Miami Florida

You probably know about South Beach with Lincoln Road which almost reaches from one end of the island to the other with restaurants, shopping & entertainment. Many tourists as well as locals enjoy the beach breezes with the high energy crowds.

Mid Town is our urban area with easy transportation options, beautiful condos & apartment buildings with street level dining & shopping in close proximity to the Arsht Center & American Arena.

Are you familiar with our suburban areas with highly walkable “downtown” areas?

Coral Gables know as The City Beautiful has always had a pleasant downtown area with dining , shopping, art galleries & bordered by its municipal building with a lovely park which has a farmers market every weekend.

Coconut Grove, our oldest & historic neighborhood borders Biscayne Bay & has a thriving eclectic tree bordered downtown. This area allows you to begin your day sailing & end dining at a street cafe.

South Miami located in the triangle of Gables-Grove-South Miami offers a more subdued dining & shopping experience with a true neighborhood distinction.

As we move south to the Dadeland-Pinecrest-Kendall area, Dadeland has developed significantly with a center of condos & apartments off of the metro mover. It’s a perfect location for University of Miami students, downtown/Brickell commuters or those long distance commuters who need highway & quick turnpike access. Dining & shopping options are unlimited!

Our year round weather & these great areas make Miami a wonderful place to call home!

Lydia Thomas
Platinum Properties of Miami & The Beaches

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