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    Move to Miami…Now: Neighborhoods and Restaurants

    It’s easy to tell why northerners are flocking to Florida – South Florida in particular. It’s more than the weather and lower property taxes and zero income tax. According to Millionacres  [February 2021], “Miami has seen 109 consecutive months of price appreciation — that’s nine years straight. This past year, Broward county home sales increased 26.5%, Miami-Dade home sales increased 23.3% year over year, and Palm Beach home sales increased 16.5%.” Compared to San Francisco, New York City or L.A. your expenses and cost of living will be much lower.”

    There are 40 Miami neighborhoods. Finding the one that is best for you is dependent on many factors…Let’s dive into a few favorites:

    Coconut Grove- Defined by its’ artistic and historic culture,  this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is full of art decor, picturesque gardens, biking along the boardwalk, and the shopping is well renowned.

    Wynwood – This is the place to be and to be seen. It’s become the defining neighborhood of Miami. It is quite literally the epicenter of anything and everything art, fashion, food and wellness. Gorgeous galleries, breweries, and art on every corner…Wynwood is “it” if that is for you.

    Spanglish Miami

    2808 N Miami Ave
    Miami, FL 33127
    (786) 870-4258
    info@spanglishmiami.com

    Hiyakawa Miami
    2700 N Miami Ave, Miami FL 33127

    Little Havana – Cuban Culture is alive, well and thrives here. Delicious food and the monthly Viernes Culturales — an outdoor cultural festival occurring the last Friday every month.

    Old’s Havana | Cuban Bar & Cocina
    1444 SW 8TH STREET, MIAMI, FL 33135
    info@oldshavana.com

    South Beach – Does it need an introduction? Famous in American culture and fairly synonymous with the state of Florida.

    Check out:

    Kosushi Miami
    801 South Pointe Dr., Miami Beach
    786-647-7272
    kosushimiami.com

    Brickell -With new professionals brought new development featuring high-rise condos, popular restaurants and bars.

    Coral Gables – Coral Gables is easily one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in America. Yes, it’s that lovely.

    Pinecrest–  Great public schools and farmers markets.

    Key Biscayne – The great outdoors of Miami the best part of town for adventure.

    Azabu Miami Beach
    161 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
    786-276-0520
    azabuglobal.com

    Le Zoo
    9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour
    305-602-9663
    lezoo.com

    Nikki Beach Miami
    1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
    305-538-1111
    nikkibeach.com

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