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Coral Gables

Coral Gables, nicknamed "The City Beautiful," is one of the first planned communities in Florida, meaning that the land was undeveloped until the city was designed and constructed. George Merrick founded Coral Gables in 1925. After being inspired by the architecture of southern Spain, Merrick and early planners drew from American's City Beautiful Movement from the early 1900s to create an Mediterranean Revival-styled community with plazas, fountains, parks, and monumental buildings that people in the Miami area wanted to call home.

Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove is "the new place to be" for Miami's ultra high net worth families. The Grove's tree-lined streets were always known for their artistic, bohemian, laid-back residents, and the calm lifestyle they brought to the oldest continuously settled part of the city. But so much has changed. The Grove's more recent residents also love the family-friendly, relaxed, and gourmet lifestyle. Their interest drove some special changes, and Coconut Grove is now a first choice primary home location. Let us explore some of the reasons.

Fisher Island, Miami

Accessible only by ferry, yacht, helicopter, or seaplane, Fisher Island is an elite ultra-luxury oasis located just 3 miles off the southern tip of Miami Beach that boasts the highest concentration of wealth of any zip code in the nation. It's unparalleled level of privacy combined with its highly coveted location just a few miles east of the thriving epicenter of downtown Miami and a stone's throw from the sophisticated glamour of South Beach attracts a highly select group of top tier regional and international clientele primarily seeking a permanent second home for their entire family to enjoy.


Aventura is unique among Miami area neighborhoods because of its status as an exquisitely planned city that was designed to create an upscale atmosphere for the region's professionals, investors, and celebrities. It boasts an ideal location equidistant to downtown Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and the heart of Miami Beach, as well as innovative charter schools, a cutting-edge performing arts center, and exceptional recreational amenities. The city's wide array of competitively priced luxury condominiums offer dazzling mid-range to high-end options, amazing intracoastal views, and access to some of the best shopping, golfing, boating, and sailing in all of South Florida.


Miami Neighborhoods: Brickell For decades, visitors flocked to South Beach, the trendy arts district where the rich and famous lived. While South Beach won't lose its place in the hearts of Miamians or visitors anytime soon, Brickell is a vibrant and sophisticated option for dining and shopping. Over the last decade, Brickell, including the island Brickell Key, has experienced exceptional growth and development, creating another great niche to explore in South Florida.

Downtown Miami

Residents famously call Miami "the Magic City". If you are a first-time visitor or if you have not been to downtown Miami for a few years then, to paraphrase Al Johnson, "You ain't seen nothing yet."

South of Fifth

South Beach's South of Fifth neighborhood, or as the locals call it "SoFi" is a small neighborhood that extends from South Pointe Park north to Fifth Street. Surrounded by water on three sides, the multi-million dollar ultra-luxury high rise apartments along the waterfront offer some of the best views in Miami. The gorgeous views coupled with world-class dining and pedestrian friendly streets attract wealthy executives and celebrities who own first and second homes in SoFi. Condos South of Fifth Miami Beach trade at some of the highest prices on the beach.

Bal Harbour and Surfside

Bal Harbour is a small, upscale community just north of the chic, intimate neighborhood of Surfside, which borders it to the south at 96th street and connects the two districts to Miami Beach on the southern end at 87th Terrace. The two areas share a limited selection of exclusive, ultra-luxury high rise and mid-rise developments that offer next-level amenities and unparalleled privacy, along with breathtaking Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and city skyline vistas on their beautiful Collins Avenue waterfront locations. Bal Harbour and Surfside's world-renowned designer shops, high-end restaurants, and strong community vibe attract a select group of local, northern, and international clientele who are primarily interested in investment opportunities and secondary home ownership in an idyll oasis setting.

Miami Beach

Everything residents expect from Miami Beach may be summed in eleven words: beautiful, luxurious, inspirational, international, innovative, welcoming, caring, historic, delightful, unique, and fun! Expect all these from Miami Beach and then some. It is truly a city like no other.

South Beach

South Beach, or SoBe as everyone calls it, is famous for so much; its architecture, dining in restaurants owned by some of the best chefs in Florida, its fantastic nightlife, world-class cultural events, luxury real estate, and totally international boutique shopping. SoBe includes Palm, Hibiscus and Star Islands, as well as Belle Isle. The southern tip of SoBe, the seven-block area south of Fifth Street known as SoFi, is the jewel in the crown. It is the most luxurious neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach. Everything about SoFi reflects its uniqueness.

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