Neighborhoods
Featured South Florida Neighborhoods and Communities
Miami-Dade County

Brickell
Brickell is an urban neighborhood in Miami with dense high-rise residential neighborhood with many upscale, luxury condominium and apartment towers. Referred to as the "Manhattan of the South", Brickell is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the United States, mostly along Brickell Avenue, the main north-south avenue. At the center of Brickell is Mary Brickell Village, home to an assortment of restaurants, boutiques, services that creates a gathering area for high-class retail and restaurants.

Coral Gables
Famous for its Mediterranean-styled architecture, Coral Gables is home to an abundance of historical landmarks, elegant residential areas lined by the city's notorious canopy tree covering, shopping districts, and the University of Miami campus. Noted for its grand Miracle Mile, Coral Gables replicates a European setting with its outdoor cafes and international specialty boutiques. The downtown Coral Gables area provides residents, business people and visitors with an impressive shopping and dining experience amid a beautiful tropical setting.

Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove remains a charming, bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami, known for its international sailing regattas, lush canopy, wandering peacocks and circling parrots. The pedestrian and cycle friendly village center is filled with sidewalk cafes, galleries and boutiques, all within walking distance of eight area hotels. The waterfront parks of Coconut Grove offer some of the best vantage points for watching manatees and sailboats as well as the famed Coconut Grove Arts Festival.

Miami Beach
One of Miami Beach's most famous areas is South Beach. Commonly referred to as SoBe, the beach spans 23 blocks and represents the essence of Miami's exotic beauty and glamour. Regarded as one of Miami Beach's most popular attractions, South Beach boasts world-class nightclubs, trendy restaurants, luxury hotels and pricey high-rise oceanfront condominiums. Miami Beach offers more than fantasy Art Deco buildings; it is blessed with diverse cultural institutions, beautiful public beaches and designer boutiques.
Broward County

Fort Lauderdale
Known as the world-renowned "Venice of America" for its complex system of canals, 165 miles of waterways and close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Lauderdale is situated between the cities of Miami and West Palm. Although highly regarded for its tourism to its world famous beaches and countless yachting marinas, Fort Lauderdale has positioned itself as not only a superb vacation area, but also a great place for both businesses to grow and residents to reside in.

Hollywood
The East Coast's version of Hollywood offers its own city of gorgeous beaches, popular attractions and events that inspire a strong sense of community and belonging. Winner of the 2007 All-America City Award, the city of Hollywood surely exudes a strong sense of community as a great place to raise a family or business. Hollywood plays host to a multitude of events and festivals, both monthly and annual, which brings the residents together in a fun and culturally enriching environment.

Pembroke Pines
Pembroke Pines has been named one of Florida's fastest growing cities and is currently the ninth largest city in the state of Florida. Booming with expansive neighborhoods, shopping centers, an array of outstanding parks, educational institutions on every level, Pembroke Pines is home to over 150,000. Pembroke Pines can credit much of its expansion and rapid increase in population as a result of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 when Miami-Dade County residents relocated further north and to the inland city of Pembroke Pines.

Weston
The City of Weston was conceived as a master-planned community of the fine residential neighborhoods and controlled service and commercial areas, all surrounded by the best of Florida's natural landscape. Today, Weston has over 61,000 culturally diverse residents, A-rated public schools, superior parks and recreational facilities and a community-wide appearance that is a model for other municipalities around the nation. Weston prides itself in being distinctive and dynamic, yet tranquil and secure.
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