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Aventura
Aventura is a city in northeastern Miami-Dade County, which is home to the luxury resort Turnberry Isle, as well as a multitude of condos, townhomes, and homes. In the center of Aventura is the Turnberry Golf Course and Aventura’s Country Club Drive Circle, a multimillion-dollar trail of three miles in length that overlooks lakes, lavish residential high-rises, and the Atlantic Ocean. Aventura offers a wide range of real estate including waterfront condos, townhomes, single family homes, and country clubs and is a great place to call home.
Bal Harbour
Bal Harbour is a small village in Dade County. With only about .6 square miles, Bal Habour is located on the northern tip of the barrier island. Bal Harbour offers luxury living at its finest with some of the best beachfront amenities. With upscale condos and hotels with great oceanfront views. Bal Harbour offers beautiful shops with restaurants and a great place to walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Bal Harbour.
Bay Harbor Islands
Aventura is a city in northeastern Miami-Dade County, which is home to the luxury resort Turnberry Isle, as well as a multitude of condos, townhomes, and homes. In the center of Aventura is the Turnberry Golf Course and Aventura’s Country Club Drive Circle, a multimillion-dollar trail of three miles in length that overlooks lakes, lavish residential high-rises, and the Atlantic Ocean. Aventura offers a wide range of real estate including waterfront condos, townhomes, single family homes, and country clubs and is a great place to call home.
Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove is one of the oldest towns in all of Miami Dade, formed around 1925. This beautiful bayside village offers cafes, galleries, and boutiques. Coconut Grove is known for its beautiful waterfront estates and amazing real estate. Coconut Grove offers Peacock Park, The Barnacle Historical State Park, and the Cape Florida Lighthouse.
Doral
Doral Florida is a large city located in northern-central Miami-Dade County. Named after the founders of the Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Doris and Alfred Kaskel, who simply merged their first names into the name of what is now Doral Florida. Doral joined Miami-Dade County, along with the city of Miami Gardens in 2003, and has continued to develop and prosper ever since. Featuring several city parks, a litany of quality restaurants and retail shops, and access to the Everglades, there are plenty of attractions that make Doral Florida an enticing city to call home. Doral Florida is known for being a prosperous community, thriving in business and commerce, primarily due to its proximal location to the Miami Internation Airport. With all of these superb qualities and many more, Doral Florida is one of Miami-Dade countys fastest growing cities, and also one of the most successful.
Hialeah
Hialeah Florida is the sixth largest city in the state of Florida, and is located in northwestern Miami-Dade County. "All Ways Lead to Hialeah" is a city slogan that holds a significant amount of truth, as Hialeah is near to almost all of the major roads and highways of south Florida. Hialeah Florida is an extremely prosperous city and is one of the largest areas of employment and economic growth in Miami-Dade County as it continues to grow and expand rapidly. Bursting with culture, Hialeah features a myriad of annual cultural festivals as well as the historic Hialeah Park Racetrack, which constitutes forty square blocks of the city, was constructed in 1921, and was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1979. With 15 parks, 2 tennis centers, and 7 community swimming pools, Hialeah is a city of residents that crave outdoor activity. Hialeah boasts all of the best local restaurants, retail shops, necessary amenities, and a super close location to beautiful white sand beaches and metropolitan Miami.
Miami
Miami Florida is one of the major cities of the U.S., and has become globally recognized for its combination of urban and natural beauty. As of 2010, Miami ranked 7th overall best city in the U.S. regarding commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, as well as other sectors, and ranked 4th globally in the same categories. In 2008, Forbes magazine named Miami “America's Cleanest City”, based upon statistics regarding good air quality, clean drinking water, recycling, and numerous green spaces. In 2009, UBS did study on 73 different world cities based upon purchasing power, and ended up naming Miami the richest city in the United States, and the 5th richest city in the entire world. Miami is also casually referred to as the “Capital of Latin America” because it is the second largest city in the U.S. with a Spanish-speaking majority. With all of these credentials, it is no wonder that Miami Florida has flourished in such a high capacity. Miami Florida features a large number of cultural attractions including the infamous South Beach district, filled with Miami clubs, restaurants, and shops, as well as historic landmarks in Coral Gables, a stunning Art Deco district, and bustling Little Havana. Offering a litany of retail shopping opportunities, world-class golf, deep-sea fishing, outdoor festivals, concerts, professional sports, and endless other activities, one can never run out of entertainment in Miami Florida. Miami is also host to a major international airport and one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the country, thus attracting visitors and residents from all over the world that have one thing in common: a love of the paradise that is Miami.
Miami Beach
Miami Beach Florida is a resort city which occupies a series of a combination of synthetic and natural islands which line the coast of Miami proper. South Beach occupies 2.5 square miles of the southern end of Miami Beach, and is globally infamous for its sheer beauty, night life, culture, and so much more. The historic Art Deco District of Miami Beach was actually listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and is the largest compilation of Art Deco architecture in the world, all of which was constructed between 1923 and 1943. The true centerpiece of Miami Beach though are the city’s pristine white sand beaches and Gulf Stream blue waters that have captured the interest of many visitors and residents through the past century. Miami Beach is a top vacation destination, which ensures a strong economy and tons of local entertainment and amenities, and is very beneficial to year ‘round residents of Miami Beach that reap these benefits.