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Allapattah is a neighborhood mostly in the city of Miami, Florida, and partly in metropolitan Miami, United States. As of May 2011, the county-owned portion of Allapattah, from State Road 9 to LeJeune Road, is being annexed by the city proper.
Brownsville, aka Brown sub, was created in the 1920's and borders Liberty City to the North. As of 2010 its census was 15,313. in the 2010 the " Brownsville Transit Village" a $100 million residential complex was built that took five phases.
Nicknamed the Grove, this is definitely one of the oldest and most unique neighborhoods of Miami-Dade. Incorporated in 1919, this is for sure the greenest area in Miami. In 1873, the post office was established here called Coconut Grove.
Coral Gables is a city near Miami, in Florida. It's home to the 1920s Venetian Pool, carved from a rock quarry, with its grottoes, towers and bridge. Coral Gables is a city near Miami, in Florida. It's home to the 1920s Venetian Pool, carved from a rock quarry, with its grottoes, towers and bridge. Coral Gables Merrick House is the restored childhood home of city founder George Merrick.
Cutler Bay is an incorporated town in Miami-Dade County, Florida established in 2005, with a population of approximately 43,718 as of 2019.
Design District is the home for the Design and Architecture High School and Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. It houses over 60 boutique stores and art galleries.
Doral is sometimes nicknamed, “Doralzuela” for its large Venezuelan population, which began moving to Doral around the time of Doral’s incorporation in 2003. In 2013, it was estimated that about 28% of the population of Doral was of Venezuelan descent, the largest concentration of Venezuelan diaspora in the US.
I love El Portal- its an oasis, like a little jungle squeezed in between Miami Shores and Little Haiti. Its one of the rare places in town that has live peacocks roaming around freely nonchalantly crossing the streets paying absolutely no attention to the drivers.
Very unique property with about 700 residents out of which only about 20% are staying permanently on the island. Everybody knows each other. You get to it on ferry named Eagle or another one called Pelican.
Florida City is the southernmost town in Miami-Dade. It was incorporated in 1914 and currently holds a population of 11.977 as of 2013. It is the southernmost town in the U.S. that is not on the island and the last city south of Miami-Dade.
Golden Beach is super unique, nowhere you will find like that anywhere. This town was incorporated in 1926 and has its own police and town hall. Less than 400 single family homes and lots are nestled here.
Goulds is another Southern Miami-Dade little town. Cauley Square Historic Village is notably located in Goulds. It was settled in 1900 and East Coast railway built a siding here in 1903.
I love Hialeah; this town is true Dade, true 305. Daleee, daleeee is both residential with mostly single families and also industrial with warehouses and huge freezers, that by the way, will only be expanding.
One of the oldest cities in Miami-Dade, Homestead was incorporated in 1913. This city is squeezed between the Everglades and Biscayne National parks. As of 2013, the population was 64,079
Leisure City is another unknown and not widely promoted town in Homestead area of Miami-Dade. Per MLX, there are very few single family houses for sale, per Zillow 77!
Liberty city aka Model city aka pork n beans aka Liberty square (which it basically came out of in the 1933 where the very first housing project in the US history was built ) is definitely has some great section 8 deals and with the right quite streets and right price buy even fix and flips.
Known for its creative global restaurants, colorful street murals and fruit stands, Caribbean-style Little Haiti also has a flourishing art scene centered on small, indie galleries.
Little Havana is Miami’s vibrant Cuban heart, with Latin American art galleries and busy restaurants. Cafes with walk-up windows sell Cuban coffee to cigar-smoking patrons.
Little River is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida. The neighborhood takes its name from the Little River that runs along its northern edge. Little River was established in the late 1800s and was incorporated into the city of Miami in 1925.
The city of Miami Gardens got incorporated May 13, 2003. It used to be called North Dade-Norwood or Norland and basically gathered up the city's neighborhoods of Andover, Bunche Park, Carol City, Lake Lucerne, Norland, Opa-locka North, and Scott Lake were previously unincorporated by the county of Miami-Dade.
January 2, 1932 Miami Shores got incorporated and has been amazing quite town ever since. In reality first settlers came in the 1870s. Its carries Miami Country and Golf club that was established in 1939 with its historic golf trail and Barry University with current student body of 8518.
Established in 1922, the fourth mayor of Miami lived here. It consists of approximately 521 single family houses and 68 empty lots.The most dominant styles in the district are Spanish Eclectic and Mission, reflecting the strong influence of the Spanish Colonial and Revival styles in Florida during this period.
Another grossly undermined area is Naranja, located in very south Miami-Dade county, at some point home to of lots of orange groves. As of 2000, Naranja had the highest percentage of Trinidadian and Tobagonian residents in the US.
This town was established in 1926 and has a census of 61,007 as of 2013.From the Miami-Dade.gov-The City of Miami is the largest municipality, followed by Hialeah, Miami Gardens, Miami Beach, North Miami and Coral Gables.
North Miami Beach aka NMB, was originally named Fulford after a coast guard captain in 1926, and renamed to current name in 1931.Census of 2013 shows
43,250 population.This town is HOT! Investors flock to it due to the easy rentals and A+ location,proximity to the water-some parts of it known as Eastern Shores are on the intracoastal waterway and have listings up to $6,500,000 with docks.
On May 14, 1926 this little urban community of 4.2 mile radius got chartered as a town. Native Americans used to call that area “Opa-tisha-wocka-locka” so we got the shortened version. The whole city was developed based on the Arabian nights theme, by Glenn Curtiss and architect Bernhardt Muller in the Moorish style.
Overtown is second oldest neighborhood of Miami after Coconut Grove and starts from 1896, borders Wynwood to the north and downtown Miami with Arts and Entertainment district and Miami World Center with All Aboard Florida to the south aka Park West and carries lots of black community history!
Palmetto Bay, also known as Old Cutler is a small tucked in village squeezed in between parts of Kendall, Pinecrest and Coconut Grove. The population was 23,410 during the 2010 US census. The village incorporated on September 10, 2002 took the territory formerly held by the Cutler and East Perrine census-designated place.
The Village of Pincrest or simply Pinecrest is the South Dade Golden Beach with the exception theres no ocean here and much more tropical lush flora and fauna. Peacocks are abound here and soil is amazingly nutritious.
Princeton is a small undervalued community in the Homestead area of South-Dade East of US1 all the way to Turnpike bordering Naranja and Goulds with Homestead air base and to the West of US1 Silver Palms. There are mostly single family homes with rare townhouses being run as condominiums.
Quail Heights is another Southern Miami-Dade little community also known as and being crossed by State Road 994. Southwest 200th St / Quail Roost Drive, all connected and around 200th St Southwest. Quail Heights is squeezed in between Redland and Cutler Bay and adjacent to South Miami Heights.
Southern historically agricultural Redland, mistakenly called Redlands by some unknown folks, is a true gem. Minutes from the Monroe county border, it is virtually an entrance to the Everglades National Park and has an abundance of strawberry, guava and banana fields, vegetable nurseries, horse stalls and orchids with green houses and koi farms. Yes, it also is a home to a Wat Buddharangsi Buddhist Temple!
Twelve miles away from South Miami Heights, South Miami stretches from Sunset Drive to Kendall downtown, along the US1 highway. With only 11,932 census, this area is more built out in terms of retail shopping destination and cool downtown strolling.
South Miami Heights borders Quail Heights, West Perrine and Cutler Bay, and, in the radius of less than five miles, allows pretty crazy density with 35,696 census. Mostly residential, this area only has small shopping plazas.
Stiltsville is a group of wood stilt houses located one mile south of Cape Florida, on sand banks of the Safety Valve on the edge of Biscayne Bay in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The structures stand on wood or reinforced concrete pilings, generally ten feet above the shallow water, which varies from one to three feet deep at low tide.
Sunny Isles Beach or Little Moskow is my hometown. The first time I came here was for a vacation at the end of 90’s, right about the time of its incorporation in 1997. Then I moved here in 2005. From a sleepy motel town with Rascals house serving pickles and warm fresh baked miniature rolls, its became and is constantly morphing into a modern resort destination.
Cool fact about the town: Residents love horses!In 1947, Miami Springs (of which it was then a part) passed an ordinance outlawing horses from the city limits. In response, about 50 citizens decided to break away and form their own city.
West Little River is a census-designated place in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. The population was 34,699 at the 2010 census. Most of West Little River was originally a neighborhood of the City of Miami when it was annexed into the city of Miami in 1925.
The city of West Miami, which is only three-quarters of a square mile, is nestled between Tamiami Trail and Coral Way. Among early suggested names for the city were West Haven and West Gate. West Miami now stands as a city with 6,132 residents.
I love this area, absolutely love it! And even though for cashflowinmiami clients, we don't really have too many deals here, unless one would snatch a single standing warehouse for couple hundred thousand, then that would compare to an oceanfront condo under $100,000 (which by the way we have), so the majority of the deals here are speculative and trophy deals. But occasionally we get deals in neighboring Allapatah and Buena Vista.