Guides

    • Belle Meade

      Belle Meade is a charming gated neighborhood with 400 homes that were originally developed as winter vacation homes for wealthy families from the up North East. Now Belle Meade is…

    • Biscayne Park

      Biscayne Park is a charming little village located within walking distance to downtown North Miami’s Museum, shops and restaurants. This quaint village has its own mayor and police force. Biscayne…

    • Coconut Grove

      Coconut Grove  (“the Grove” ),  is Miami’s version of a little village. However, this is far from a little village.  Located just south of downtown Miami,  The Grove is built…

    • Coral Gables

      Coral Gables, is referred to as Miami’s “Beverly Hills”.  Developed in the early 1920’s by George Merrick.   Merrick was fascinated by the large villas in Italy with white stucco walls…

    • Downtown Miami

      Welcome to Downtown Miami one of Florida’s most well-known places to live in South Florida. With something to offer everyone, you can find a vibrant mixture of culture, arts, fashion,…

    • Morningside

      Morningside is Miami’s first Historic neighborhood. It was developed in the 1920’s (1922) by James Nunnally, who made his fortune with a candy company he owned up in the North…

    • North Miami

      Incorporated on February 5, 1926, North Miami is a city located about 10 miles north of Miami. Originally, the town of “Arch Creek”, the area was incorporated as the “Town of Miami…

    • Shorecrest

      Shorecrest is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Miami. Although not historic, some homes date back to 1918. Originally a neighborhood of huge estates on huge acres of property, these…

    • Surfside

      Surfside began emerging after World War II and it was founded on May 18, 1935. It was incorporated through the signatures of 35 members of the Surf Club, a gathering…