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Miami and the best sectors to live

Do you imagine to be close to the sea, have sunny weather and be ablo to workout in the beaches of Florida? Here, we tell you which are the best sectors to live in Miami.

According to Forbes, the gross city product of Miami is about US$151 billions. On 2018, it had a population of 2.8 millions, the average family income is US$53.045; from housing is US$377.000; the cost of life is 15% over the national average and the raw migration of 4,039 people.

  1. Pinecrest

Pinecrest is a villa to the south of Miami downtown and it is recognized for being one of the prettiest sectors to visit and live. Besides, it is considered 58% more secured than other places in United States.

According to Discover Homes Miami, in the zone, the residents follow faithfully the old family values and the community activities that help the agricultural markets.

  1. Coral Gables

Coral Gables is one of the most secured zones of the county of Miami-Dade and one of the oldest in planning.

If you are interested in moving in with your children, this place is ideal as is a highly family sector.

Picture taken from @girlgoinglobal
  1. Doral

It is one of the most populated sector of the county of Miami-Dade. It was built around Kaskel hotel, an ideal destination for golf players.

Doral is a multicultural place, there you could find gastronomic and musical diversity. It is the preferred place for foreign investors; according to Miami PFS Reality, there is one of the biggest private zones of United States. Miami Free Zone, which is made of more than 100 nationalities, 250 companies and more than 50 financing institutions.

Picture taken from @immortalflorida
  1. Sunny Isles Beach

Sunny Isles Beach condos are idyllic. There, you could enjoy the majestic views in front of the ocean and there is easy access to the beaches.

It is located in North Miami, in the county of Miami-Dade. It has luxury hotels, 600 feet of fishing bay, private beaches and private yacht clubs.

Picture taken from @wanderlust_crim
  1. South Beach

South Beach is a beach and neighborhood in Miami Beach and it was the first developed area at the beginning of the XX century, between 1920 and 1930. It became a great attractive for tourists.

Picture taken from @themiamiguide
  1. Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne is a villa located in Key Biscayne in the county of Miami-Dade, which is to the west of Coral Gables. If you are interested in going to live there, you can only arrive to the city through the Rickenbacker Causeway road.

It is one of the most secured sectors of the district. Its criminality rate is 30% and it is considered that is 76% more secured than in other zones of the country.

Picture taken from @gusfernandez12
  1. Aventura

Aventura has one of the best views of Miami-Dade, this is due to its great location.

The place allows to do open air activities, practice golf, ride bike, play tennis or assist to special areas for the kids at Peace Park.

Picture taken from @imoveisemmiami_florida
  1. Coconut Grove

If you enjoy of the beach in its maximal expression, you must move in to Coconut Grove. It is one of the most antique populated places in Miami-Dade. Also, this neighborhood is very exclusive, its residents can enjoy of elegant stores, first level cafeterias and lovely and relaxing views to its wooded neighborhoods.

Picture taken from @moniquepwillsluxuryrealestate
  1. Bal Harbour

Bal Harbour is a luxurious villa in the county of Miami-Dade. According to the statements from Miami and Beaches website, this place is “small but powerful” as is known for being the perfect escape for famous and wealthy people.

The sector is usually very moved, before the pandemic, there were constant events under roof event and activities that re-vitalize the spirit.

Picture taken from @brunchandthebeach
  1. Fisher Island

Fisher Island is located in the county of Miami-Dade in Florida. This is considered as one of the richest sectors of the United States as is a private island of 216 acres close to Miami Beach and has one of the most expensive postal codes in the north American country, which is 33109.

Its community is considered to be elite, according to data from Bloomberg, the average income of each residency is US$2.5 millions annually. This wanted and prestigious island is known as the shelter of the wealthy.

Picture taken from @miamiresidential

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