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Located just south of Downtown Miami is the financial district and entertainment hot spot known as Brickell. It is easily one of the fastest growing and most desirable neighborhoods in the area, with a slew of 5 star hotels, thousands… Read More


The suburb of Doral is located in north-central Miami-Dade County, not far from Miami International Airport. Because of this convenient location, Doral has a large number of shops, financial institutions and businesses, especially importers and exporters. For this reason, the… Read More

Fisher Island

Literally sculpted from the earth of the Biscayne Bay, Fisher Island has made up some of South Florida’s most coveted real estate since it was first developed as a southern retreat for the Vanderbilt family in the mid 1920s. On… Read More

Key Biscayne

Just south of Miami Beach and east of Miami, lies the small island village of Key Biscayne, a very attractive neighborhood, especially for residents with young families. The two square mile community offers some of the best recreation opportunities in… Read More

Indian Creek

Known for its emphasis on security, Indian Creek is an exclusive, luxurious island community.  Located off the west coast of Miami Beach, the 250-acre neighborhood consists of just 40 impressive, mostly gated, waterfront properties that are situated around the Indian… Read More

Palm Beach

The Town of Palm Beach, often referred to as Palm Beach Island or the Island of Palm Beach, was first established by Henry Morrison Flagler, one of the founders of Standard Oil, as a resort area in 1894. He was… Read More

Coral Gables

Located southwest of Downtown Miami, the City of Coral Gables was one of the first planned communities in the United States. Developed  by real estate mogul, George Edgar Merrick, during the Florida land boom of the 1920s, the city is… Read More

Bal Harbour

Located on the northern tip of the barrier island known as Miami Beach, is the quaint community of Bal Harbour. With a population of around 3,500 people, the village was first dreamt of in the 1920s, when the Detroit-based Miami… Read More