Neighborhood Guides

  • Aventura Real Estate

    Located at the midpoint between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale one mile from the Atlantic Ocean, and meaning “adventure” in Spanish, Aventura is an urban planning masterpiece started in the 1970’s, which has grown into one of the most prominent and real-estate rich small cities in South Florida, with a total real estate value of over Continue Reading »

  • Bal Harbour Real Estate

    At the northern most point of the barrier island of Miami Beach, sits the affluent yet relaxed village of Bal Harbour.  Bal Harbour homes are stately, historic beauties, which, along with condos such as One Bal Harbour and St.Regis Bal Harbour, offer some of the finest and exclusive beach front and bay front living in Continue Reading »

  • Brickell Real Estate

    Brickell is the Financial District of Downtown Miami. With a high concentration of international banks and financial institutions as well as international consulates, Brickell is the epicenter of commerce to the Americas.  Historically, Brickell was known as Millionaire’s Row because of the lavish waterfront mansions that lined Brickell Avenue. Over time, the mansions were replaced Continue Reading »

  • Coconut Grove Real Estate

    The waterfront village of Coconut Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami-Dade County. Located south of Brickell and east of Coral Gables, “The Grove,” as it is known to locals, is a vibrant artistic community, known for the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, local farmer’s markets, and an abundance of outdoor cafes and shopping.  Continue Reading »

  • Coral Gables Real Estate

    The city of Coral Gables is a historic South Florida neighborhood just southwest of Downtown Miami.  Planned and built in the early-mid 1920’s by George Merrick, Coral Gables is one of the nation’s first planned and gated communities. Coral Gables homes are known for their distinctive Mediterranean Revival style. Homes in this affluent area range Continue Reading »

  • Design District Real Estate

    The Design District is located north of Downtown Miami, adjacent to Midtown Miami and the historic neighborhood of Buena Vista. The Design District is made up primarily of low-rise warehouses and historic buildings that have been converted into shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafés. The Design District is at the crossroads of many prominent Miami Continue Reading »

  • Key Biscayne Real Estate

    Just over the Rickenbacker Causeway, between Brickell and the village of Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne is an exclusive residential village featuring waterfront condos such as the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne Residences and The Ocean Club Key Biscayne, as well as luxurious homes and townhomes.  Key Biscayne sits between the beautiful Crandon Park and Beach and Bill Continue Reading »

  • Miami Beach Real Estate

    Miami Beach is one the premier resort, vacation and luxury residential destinations in the world. Capturing the imagination of the world since the early 20th Century, the beach’s mix of endless sun, hip nightlife and exciting Miami Beach real estate opportunities make Miami Beach the place to be. Residents and visitors enjoy the finest dining, Continue Reading »

  • Midtown Miami Real Estate

    Midtown Miami is the largest area of new development in Miami. Planned and built from the ground up beginning in 2005, Midtown Miami includes two Midtown Condo towers, abundant retail, and many restaurants, with more Midtown Condos, a hotel, movie theater, and two parks in development.  Midtown is located between 36th and 29th Streets west Continue Reading »

  • Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate

    Sunny Isles Beach, dubbed City of Sun and Sea, attracts almost one million vacationers annually who enjoy the 2 ½ mile-long beach and outdoor amenities such as water sports, boating, fishing, golf and tennis, as well as the abundant shopping, dining and entertainment options nearby. Stunning new high-rise condos dominate the skyline, providing limitless ocean Continue Reading »

  • Wynwood Real Estate

    Wynwood is a previously abandoned area of warehouses and dilapidated buildings which has become the epicenter of Miami’s organic, artist-driven urban renewal. Home to over 130 galleries, shops, restaurants and bars, The Wynwood Arts District is considered one of the largest street-art installations in the world.  Every second Saturday of each month, during the Wynwood Continue Reading »