A well-groomed exclusive playground for the wealthy, the town has a holistic, no-hold-barred approach to luxury, with high-rise condos, palatial private homes, private elevators, private beaches – private everything!
Charming and self-sufficient, the man-made gated island of Brickell Key is one of Miami’s most sought-after elite residential communities comprised of exclusive high-rise condominiums, homes and hotels to the east of Downtown Miami and the Miami River.
Considered to be Miami’s oldest neighborhood, the “Grove” is eclectic, culturally rich and lush. The bay setting beckons as do the surrounding amenities and vibrant urban atmosphere. Coconut Grove is unique, memorable and desirable.
Called the City Beautiful, Coral Gables was established in 1925 and is well-known for its wide canals and picturesque Mediterranean Revival architecture, evident in landmarks such as the Biltmore Hotel featuring tennis and golf club, and an amazing Venetian pool.
The private residential community is distinguished by its vast acreage, featuring a mix of housing options, from large estate homes and traditional mansions to lavish mid-rise and high-rise condominiums, golf villas and single family residences.
Tranquil and elegant, Fisher Island only accessible by ferry and is considered a dignified oasis for the rich and famous, and a class apart from the buzz and flamboyance of Miami.
Indian Creek Village
Renowned as one of the most exclusive and wealthiest neighborhoods in the entire world, Indian Creek Village is home to A-list billionaires and a few of America’s wealthiest business moguls.
An exclusive family-oriented neighborhood and a premier beach resort, the island-town of Key Biscayne blends small-town atmosphere with urban amenities. Residents are not exaggerating when they tell you that Key Biscayne ticks all the right boxes.
An island community with a population just over 90,000, Miami Beach has managed to retain its residential charm while also promoting its tourist appeal as one of the country’s best beach resorts.
Midtown vio su primer desarrollo urbano a gran escala en el 2005 con un proyecto que originalmente incluyó dos edificios residenciales de gran altura y un complejo central de compras llamado The Shops At Midtown.
Recognized as one of Miami’s safest and most attractive neighborhoods, Pinecrest is considered an affluent per-capita neighborhood and features some of the biggest and awe-inspiringly beautiful homes in southeast USA.
A trendy neighborhood located north of downtown Miami, Wynwood offers a wealth of options in the form of more than 70 museums and art galleries as well as dozens of stylish bars and restaurants to experience.