Your South Florida Neighborhood Experts
Shelly Northern on Miami Beach
Dining Yardbird Hangouts Juvia
Drunken Dragon Smith and Wollensky
Malibu Farm Bay Club
With endless ocean views, celebrities galore, 20th century architecture mixed in with striking modern glass highrises and a melting pot of international cultures, nowhere compares to Miami Beach. Whether you want to relax on our golden sands or dance the night away, Miami Beach has it all - from the elegance of the outdoor Lincoln Road, to the energy of Ocean Drive. These are just a few of the many reasons people love to live, work, and play here!
Adrian Foley on Edgewater
Dining Mignonette Hangouts Vice City Bean
Amara at Paraiso Margaret Pace Park
Noa Cafe Bunbury
North of Downtown Miami and south of the Upper East side, Edgewater is quickly becoming a sought-after community to live in. With beautiful water views looking out toward Miami Beach, this is the perfect neighborhood for someone who wants to remain central to the best of Miami. This area consists of young professionals as well as part-time and occasional residents.
Elaine Kauffmann on Coral Gables
Dining Hillstones Hangouts Tarpon Blend
Zucca Tap 42
Known for its beautiful Mediterranean and coral rock homes that are set behind a canopy of tropical Banyan trees, and estate homes with golf course views, Coral Gables is as unique as its history. The City Beautiful movement in the early 20th century
led way to Coral Gables being deemed Miami’s first planned community. Today, it is home to fine dining, The University of Miami, and exclusive shops at Merrick Park. I love calling it home.
Karen Matluck on Aventura
Dining Bourbon Steak Hangouts Turnberry Spa
Asaka Founder’s Park
Miami Juice Aventura Mall
Aventura has grown from a sleepy little town to a modern international destination. Originally designed around two Golf Courses, the city has become an energized community of families, A+ rated schools, business centers, and the world famous Aventura Mall. A typical day in Aventura may include enjoying the 3-mile Turnberry Path or just meeting with friends at one of many local spots. Bal Harbour, Design District, Wynwood, and South Beach are all less than 30 minutes away. Aventura’s close proximity to two international airports, cruise ports, and beaches make it a favored destination.