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Built in 1896, Overtown grew and developed into a vibrant Miami community anchored by churches, retail and entertainment establishments.
In Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, there's a vibrant Hispanic culture, including colorful storefronts, unique art galleries and quaint restaurants.
Downtown Miami is one Southeast Florida’s most historic neighborhoods and it showcases a variety of architectural styles.
In adapting to new ways, the Miccosukees have always managed to retain their own culture.
Experience the diversity of Greater Miami and Beaches’ many popular areas.
Art galleries, showrooms, and designer shopping mecca.
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Exceptional shopping, dining, and residential living.
Exceptional golf, shopping, and residential community.
Laid back, quirky, bohemian waterfront village.
Relaxing beaches, golf, tennis, luxury views.
Enjoy family fun with nature, clean air and water, healthy outdoor activities, eco and agricultural experiences.
Haitian and indie-music culture, galleries, performances.
Cuban cuisine, domino games, even hand-rolled cigars.
The airport area’s growing corporate business community is located right next to MIA.
Luxury shopping, spectacular beaches, five-star resorts.
Soulful and vibrant, with a Broadway history.
Historic Mediterranean beauty, fine boutiques, dining.
Explore Downtown Miami and experience arts & culture, fine dining & exciting nightlife.
Ultra-hip clubs, Art Deco architecture, people-watching.
Beach paradise and a delicious melting pot.
World famous murals, arts and nightlife district.
Mellow vibe, wide-open beaches, MiMo architecture.
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