TOP-10 best places to live in Miami.
Little slices of paradise in America’s “Magic City”
1. Fisher Island
Fisher Island is a highly exclusive neighborhood that lies just south of Miami Beach and north of Miami Port. Regarded as one of the most luxurious regions in the whole of South Florida, the island is home to the rich and famous.
Celebrities including Ricky Martin, Julia Roberts, Madonna and Igor Krutoy all reside on this private island, which is only accessible by ferry.
The island is heavily guarded and security personnel will only allow those with resident cards to enter. If exclusivity is what you are looking for, Fisher Island is a place for you.
2. Key Biscayne
Also known as “Paradise Island”, Key Biscayne is a perfect destination for those seeking to either visit, or live in, Miami. With its miles of white sand, the beach is a popular place for sunbathing, hosting picnics or barbecues, or enjoying activities such as cycling or kayaking. Guided tours to the lighthouse and the lighthouse keeper’s cottage are given twice daily and the lighthouse café serves authentic Cuban cuisine.
With so much to offer, it’s no surprise that Key Biscayne has some of the most expensive real estate in not only Florida, but in the whole of America.
3. Sunny Isles Beach
Sunny Isles certainly lives up to its name, with ultra-luxury homes that line the shimmering shores and boast ocean views that stretch as far as the horizon.
This safe neighborhood offers the best schools and restaurants as well as dozens of shops and fashion boutiques – everything you need for a life of luxury. A private beach, fitness facilities, playgrounds and high-end beauty salons are all a stone’s throw away.
Sunny Isles is the kind of place people only leave when they simply have to, never by choice. It is simply a dream location to be at.
4. Bal Harbour
Bal Harbour area is the perfect place for shopping, relaxing on the beach or enjoying a game of golf at one of the many nearby golf clubs. Bal Harbour Shops, (one of the main shopping centers there), exudes luxury with its exquisite collection of designer boutiques and restaurants.
This area is also renowned for having the most modern and exclusive condos, offering their owners a full range of high quality services. For these reasons, Bal Harbour is regarded as the most fashionable beach community in Miami.
5. Bay Harbour Island
Bay Harbour Islands, located in Miami-Dade County, is the epitome of modern luxury with its exquisite homes, lavish condominiums, and extravagant apartments.
Its residents enjoy one of the best K-8 schools, abundant retail shops, restaurants, professional offices, and much more for an opulent lifestyle where every need is satisfied.
Perfectly situated by Miami Beach, as well as Bal Harbour shops and other Miami-Dade attractions, Bay Harbour Island is an ideal place to live, work, or run your own business.
6. Miami Beach (Майами Бич)
Miami Beach is considered to be not only a resort, but also a business district. Being an oceanfront city and a commercial center of South Florida, it is one of the richest areas in Miami.
Brickell is located in Greater Downtown Miami. It’s the second largest financial district in the United States, and home to many famous corporations and consulates that line prestigious Brickell Avenue.
Brickell was originally settled in the early 1900’s, but has evolved to become Miami’s “Millionaire’s Row” after the construction of lavish mansions along Brickell Avenue.
By the 1970’s, office towers, hotels and apartments began replacing the historic mansions, and the latter became architectural symbols of Miami.
Aventura is widely considered to be one of the most desirable and prosperous areas of Miami. Coastal city is located in the northeast of Miami-Dade County and attracts visitors with its tranquil setting and luxury shopping in Aventura Mall.
9. Coral Gables
The picturesque city of Coral Gables is conveniently located southwest of Downtown Miami, where lush tree lined boulevards pleasantly merge with the charming architectural style and design of the Mediterranean Renaissance.
Also known as “The City Beautiful”, it is home to one of the most prestigious and luxurious hotels in Miami – The Biltmore. Both local and international companies thrive in this area because there is no off-season influence.
10. Coconut Grove
This Miami-Dade district is a popular destination for tourists and residents alike. Referred to by locals as “The Grove”, it is one of the most laid back, quaint and safest parts of South Florida.
Among the annual events in Coconut Grove, is a world famous arts festival where artists, sculptors, jewelers and craftsmen from all over the country gather to participate. Additionally, the King Mango Strut Parade and Goombay Festival make Coconut Grove a real cultural hotspot.