• Coral Gables

    You can easily spot Coral Gables from the window of a Miami-bound jetliner—just look for the massive orange tower... Read More
  • Little Haiti

    Once a small farming community, Little Haiti is the heart and soul of Haitian society in the United States. In... Read More
  • Design District

    North of Midtown, from about Northeast 38th to Northeast 42nd streets and across the other side of Interstate 195,... Read More
  • Midtown

    Northeast of Wynwood, Midtown (www.midtownmiami.com) lies between Northeast 29th and 36th streets, from North Miami... Read More
  • Key Biscayne

    Once upon a time, the two barrier islands that make up the village of Key Biscayne (Key Biscayne itself and Virginia... Read More
  • Wynwood

    North of downtown, the former downtrodden Wynwood neighborhood is developing, with an impressive mix of one-of-a-kind... Read More
  • Downtown Miami

    Downtown Miami dazzles from a distance. America’s third-largest skyline is fluid, thanks to the sheer number of... Read More
  • South Beach

    The hub of Miami Beach is South Beach (better known as SoBe), with its energetic Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue,... Read More
  • North Miami Beach and Aventura

    Nearing the 100th Street mark on Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach gives way to North Beach. In particular, at 96th Street,... Read More
  • Fisher and Belle Islands

    A private island community near the southern tip of South Beach, Fisher Island is accessible only by the island’s... Read More
  • Mid-Beach

    Where does South Beach end and Mid-Beach begin? With the massive amount of money being spent on former 1950s pleasure... Read More
  • Coconut Grove

    A former haven for writers and artists, Coconut Grove has never quite outgrown its image as a small village. You... Read More
  • Little Havana

    First settled en masse by Cubans in the early 1960s, after Cuba's Communist revolution, Little Havana is a predominantly... Read More