Miami is the main city in South Florida and its economic, cultural and financial center. Set between the tropical natural park of the Everglades and the beautiful azure blue Biscayne Bay, it is a dynamic mix of the busy white-collar lifestyle and oceanfront well-paced living amidst a tropical paradise. It is the sixth most densely-populated city in the United States, with the majority of its residents being well-educated and maintaining an average household income of $64,338.
The city is divided into two neighborhoods. One of them, South End, is filled with top-of-the-line options for family living, with a bohemian and lavish atmosphere and a wide range of residence options at Coconut Grove and Coral Gables with its exclusive gated communities and luxurious housing. The North End is made up of three popular residential areas: the elegant Bal Harbor, the upscale Golden Beach, and the laid-back Surfside. The North End is the city’s quieter part with two large parks and a close proximity to causeways leading to the barrier islands, divided from the mainland by the Biscayne Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. There has recently been an increasing interest in the fast-growing northern neighborhoods, such as Sunny Isles, with its prime oceanfront high-rises, and Bay Harbor Islands, which offers everything needed for bountiful island life.