Miami Neighborhood


Spend a little time in this section of the site and you will get a feel for how the city breaks down. A little time here and you will be surprised how much easier you will get around the Miami.

As an overview to the city, let’s break it up into a few main areas.

Design District

The Miami Design District, a unique, 18 square block 'community of design' just north of downtown Miami, and ten minutes from South Beach and the airport, is fast becoming the center of the home furnishings and interior design industry in South Florida.

Downtown Miami Busy

City downtown area with Restaurants, Bars, Bayside Marketplace, Dade County Cultural Center, and American Airlines Arena.

Key Biscayne

Miami's first islands in the Florida Keys. Try Hobie Beach if you are into jet-skiing.

Little Havana

A taste of Cuba. This Artist community has many galleries and inexpensive restaurants. Give it a try - authentic cuban cuisine!

Coconut Grove

An artists communits with many cafes, boutiques, and nightspots - College town.

Southern Miami/Dade County

Area contains some of the city's attractions, such as zoos, aquariums, outdoor activities.

Coral Gables

Top hotel's and restaurants located in this upscale area - golf courses bars and good shopping. Many buildings and districts of Coral Gables are meticulously preserved as historic landmarks

Miami Beach

Great hotels, bars and restaurant's. Try Surfside and Sunny Isles area for affordable places to stay. You can find plenty of bars and clubs on Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue. Bal Harbour Shopping offers upscale fashion.

South Beach

South Beach beach is one of the greatest beaches in the world. Upscale nightlide nightlife, fabulous Art Deco Architecture, and miles and miles of beaches. The Place to be! The Art Deco District in South Beach has about 800 buildings, near Dade Blvd at the North & 6th Street at the South.