Miami Homes

Miami Homes

Miami is one of the state's – and the world’s – most popular vacation spots. Though destinations often are said to offer something for everyone, the Miami area offers multiple enticements for everyone: The trendy nightlife of South Beach, bejeweled by the eye candy of the Art Deco district. The bustle of Calle Ocho and the highly caffeinated energy of Little Havana. The plush hotels of Miami Beach and the historic hideaways of Coral Gables. Seemingly endless shopping opportunities in modern, sprawling malls and the quiet, personal attention offered by the family-owned shops of Coconut Grove and many other corners of the region. The lures of deep-sea fishing and golf and tennis. Major league football, basketball, hockey and baseball. Boat shows and auto racing. Art festivals and outdoor food and wine extravaganzas. An international airport and the world’s busiest cruise port. The Miami area offers all of this – and so much more.

Shopping and Dining

Shopping Bayside Marketplace

A popular waterfront dining, entertainment and shopping complex located on the bay in downtown Miami. Over 100 shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars offer a taste of Miami for everyone. Live entertainment daily featuring some of Miami's best bands.


Bayside Marketplace

A popular waterfront dining, entertainment and shopping complex located on the bay in downtown Miami. Over 100 shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars offer a taste of Miami for everyone. Live entertainment daily featuring some of Miami's best bands.

Dolphin Mall

Dolphin Mall is the largest, most exciting shopping and entertainment destination in Miami. Dolphin Mall, a beautiful, state-of-the-art value center, brings you the finest fashion including stores not found anywhere else with an unparalleled offering of more than 240 value-oriented stores including Bloomingdale's The Outlet Store, Gap Factory Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, just to name a few. 

Miami International Mall

A remarkable shopping experience showcasing your favorite department stores including Macy's, Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears. At Miami International Mall, you will find a great line-up of more than 140 specialty stores and the brands you are looking for including Ann Taylor Loft, Bebe, The Children Place, The Disney Store, Gap, Gymboree, Hollister Co., The Limited, Nine West, Victoria's Secret, a diverse food court and more. 


Miami Marlins Major League Baseball regular season home games played at the new Marlins Park located at 501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125. For tickets or event booking information, call 1-877-MARLINS or visit

Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium is a multipurpose football stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida, a suburb north of Miami. It is the home stadium of the National Football League's Miami Dolphins, and the University of Miami Hurricanes college football team.

Miami Zoo

Rated one of the top 10 zoos in the U.S. by in 2008, Zoo Miami houses more than 2,000 animals, across 360 acres, in large open-air exhibits that approximate the animals' natural habitats and provides guests the feel of a safari.   Enjoy daily wildlife shows, a children's zoo, camel rides, giraffe and pelican feeding, rhino encounters, Meet-the-Zookeeper presentations, zookeeper-for-a day experience*, behind-the-scenes tours*, tram tours, family cycles, a monorail, waterplay areas, and many interactive exhibits that make Zoo Miami  a unique experience for all ages.  Amazon & Beyond is a 27-acre, $50 million exhibit showcasing more than 600 animals from the region, including giant river otters, jaguars, harpy eagles, anacondas, and much more at Open 365 days a year.

Address 12400 SW 152 Street Miami, FL 33177

Phone number: 305-251-0400


Miami Seaquarium

It’s a South Florida attraction like no other. A place where dolphins walk on water and a killer whale flies through the air. Where slithery moray eels lurk in coral reef caverns, and giant sharks patrol their territory. Where sea lions delight children of all ages and endangered sea turtles and manatees find a safe haven. It’s a world-class marine-life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and presentations offered daily. Come face to face with our dolphins, dive in our reef or be kissed by a seal. It’s a place of inspiration, education – and fun!

Miami Restaurants 


(305) 577-0277

270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131

Chic & minimalist Japanese hot spot overlooking the Miami River, with shared dishes, sushi & more.

The Capital Grille

(305) 374-4500

444 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Outpost of the upscale steakhouse chain offers classic American fare & a clubby, refined setting.


(305) 579-0035

777 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Upscale seafood & steak chain featuring half-price happy hours, a deep wine list & swanky surrounds.

Cipriani Downtown Miami

(786) 329-4090

465 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Italian dining & a ritzy international vibe in nautical-style environs with a bayside terrace.

SuViche Brickell

(305) 960-7097

49 SW 11th St, Miami, FL 33130

Sushi meets ceviche on a Japanese-Peruvian menu served in a contemporary backdrop.

Perricone's Marketplace & Café

(305) 374-9449

15 SE 10th St, Miami, FL 33131

Swanky-meets-casual dining room with classic Italian fare, plus tree-shaded garden & gourmet market.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

(305) 403-3103

1000 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130

Upstairs Dolores & terrace dishes eclectic cuisine, while downstairs Lolita serves up DJs & dancing.

Area 31

(305) 424-5234

Kimpton EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131

Upscale EPIC Hotel eatery featuring outdoor lounge, sustainable seafood, tasting menu & happy hour.

Parks and Recreation

Miami-Dade County Parks is the third largest county park system in the United States, consisting of 270 parks and 13,573 acres of land. It is one of the most unique park and recreation systems in the world. For information about Miami-Dade County Parks visit their website or call 3-1-1.

Miami-Dade County Parks is supported by The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade a non-profit 501(c)3 organization supporting the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department’s efforts to further develop Miami-Dade County’s world-class parks system for residents and visitors. Its mission is to create a healthier, more livable and sustainable Miami community by ensuring the implementation of the Parks Open Space Master Plan and the development of year-round park and recreation programs for local children, adults and people with disabilities. Visit the Parks Foundation website for more information.


Downtown Miami is centered on the Central business district (CBD), best known by local Miamians as simply "Downtown". Although distinct neighborhoods with different characters, the following neighborhoods are often labeled under the umbrella term of "Downtown Miami":

The Central business district (CBD), better known by locals as simply just "Downtown", is the historic center of Miami, and what is traditionally called "Downtown". Downtown is bound by NE 6th St to the north, Biscayne Bay to the east, the Miami River to the west and south. Within this area, is where the majority of Miami's historic buildings are, the main shopping street, Flagler Street, museums, libraries, offices, schools and colleges, as well as the vast majority of local, county, state and federal government offices and courthouses. Miami Historic District and Government Center are also located within the CBD.

Downtown is directly served by the Miami Metrorail at: Government Center Station, and by 13 Metromover stations on the Downtown, Brickell, and Omni Loops.

Brickell is south of the Miami River, and is a mixed upper-class residential neighborhood as well as Miami's major financial district along Brickell Avenue. The Shops at Mary Brickell Village and Simpson Park are located within Brickell. Brickell is directly served by the Miami Metrorail at: Brickell Station, and by five Metromover stations on the Brickell Loop.

Omni is an urban neighborhood with numerous hotels, and high-rise residential buildings. The neighborhood's name comes from the Omni International Mall on Biscayne Boulevard. Omni borders Biscayne Bay the east, NE 2nd Ave to the west, NE 21st St to the north and I-395 to the south. Pace Park, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and the (former) Miami Herald headquarters are located within Omni. Omni is served by the Miami Metrorail at: Government Center Station, and by two Metromover stations on the Omni Loop.

Park West is the neighborhood just west of Museum Park, east of NW 1st Ave, south of I-195, and north of NE 6th St. Park West was primarily known for its nightclubs, and in recent years has been the talk of much revitalization and project proposals for the revitalization of the area. By the end of 2015 most of the nightclubs along the former club row west of the MetroMover from the Freedom Tower station to the Eleventh Street Station have been demolished to make way for planned construction of Miami World Center.[6] Park West is directly served by the Miami Metrorail at: Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre Station, and by three Metromover stations on the Omni Loop.

The Miami Jewelry District is a sub-neighborhood of Downtown within the Central Business District historically known for its numerous jewelry stores, jewelers and gem dealers. It is where a variety of jeweled products are sold and is one of the three jewelry districts in the United States.[7] It comprises four city blocks, bounded by North Miami Avenue, NE 2nd Avenue, East Flagler Street and NE 2nd St. Shoppers can find designer jewelry, precious stones, and gold and silver items at street level in various retail jewelry stores. The Jewelry District can be accessed by public transportation through the Metromover and Metrorail.

Schools, Health, Transportation

Miami-Dade County Public Schools is the fourth largest school district in the United States, comprised of 392 schools, 345,000 students and over 40,000 employees. Located at the southern end of the Florida peninsula, the school district stretches over 2,000 square miles of diverse and vibrant communities ranging from rural and suburban to urban cities and municipalities. A truly global community, district students speak 56 different languages and represent 160 countries.

For medical needs, Jackson Memorial Hospital is an accredited, non-profit, tertiary care hospital and the major teaching facility for the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. With more than 1,550 licensed beds, Jackson Memorial Hospital is a referral center, a magnet for medical research, and home to Ryder Trauma Center - the only adult and pediatric Level 1 trauma center in Miami-Dade County. 

University of Miami Health System, University of Miami Hospital puts you in the skilled hands of a highly trained and dedicated group of healthcare professionals that includes 1,200 of the nation’s top physicians across more than 100 specialties.  Florida’s only university-owned and operated teaching hospital, University of Miami Hospital is powered by the research of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and gives you access to the latest advances in patient care and clinical trials that are not available anywhere else in the region.

Everybody rides free on Metromover. This 4.4-mile electrically-powered, fully automated people mover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown.  Major destinations of the Metromover system include the American Airlines Arena, Bayside Market Place, Miami-Dade College and the Miami-Dade County School Board.  Miami-Dade Transit operates public busses and Metrorail stations for commuters and quick trips to nearby airports. For domestic and international flights, there is the Miami International Airport. The Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is about 30 miles north.  The Metrorail system is a 25-mile dual track, elevated rapid transit system that provides service to Miami International Airport (MIA) and runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables, and downtown Miami; to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area; and to Brownsville, Liberty City, Hialeah, and Medley in northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station. The system currently uses 136 train cars.

The 23 accessible Metrorail stations are about one mile apart, providing easy access for bus riders, pedestrians, and passengers who are dropped off and picked up.

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