5 Tips to Surviving The Dog Days Of Summer In Miami

In case you hadn’t noticed, summer in South Florida is in full swing and the dog days of summer, the hottest time of year, starts today! The rich smells of mangoes, mixed with the briny smell of the ocean, flowering jasmine, and bug spray are held in the humid air that surrounds us.  School has […]

Brickell/Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Florida Life, Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, Things To Do
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Happy Halloween!

No bones about it…It’s Halloween!  If you want to do something before, after, or instead of trick-or-treating try one of the following: Dr. Wildes Creepy House at ZooMiami Halloween Fright Night at ZooMiami Monster Splash at Miami Seaquarium Track or Treat at Evelyn Greer Park, Pinecrest (free) Howl-0-Ween at Fairchild Tropical Gardens – trick or […]

Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, Neighborhood News, Pinecrest, Things To Do
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Bike 305 Aims To Form An Interconnected System of Greenways, Bike Lanes and Trails

I recently visited Ecuador and enjoyed running on the Chiquinan Trail, a 20 km bike and running trail converted from an old railway trail. While I was running, I thought it would be great if Miami-Dade had something similar.  I was thrilled to find out it does, though most of it is still in the […]

Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Florida Life, Key Biscayne, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, Things To Do
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Key Biscayne – Kid Friendly!

Key Biscayne is a perfect place for children, especially young ones.  The beaches are a lot calmer than those on South Beach, there are beautiful parks,  a wonderful community center, bike paths, and a truly walk-able neighborhood!

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South Florida Luxury Home Buyers Have Plenty of Buying Opportunities

According to Forbes’ America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes, South Florida luxury real estate is not faring too badly, compared with states like California.  Granted, California has more expensive ZIPS according to the statistics used by Forbes and almost all of those ZIP codes show a decrease in price, but still, only four South Florida ZIPs […]

Buying, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, Luxury Real Estate, Market Summary, Miami Beach, Selling
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Key Biscayne, Florida Real Estate Update January 2009

Single Family Homes Total single family sales in January 2009: 0 Pending Sales: 3 total, none of which are water front Active: 140 of which 27 are water front Price Range for Active:  Non-Water: $5,450,000 – $950,000  Water front: $19,900,000 – $2,925,000 Condos – Closed Sales Total condos sales in January 2009: 7 Highest Sales […]

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Key Biscayne, Florida Annual Real Estate Summary 2008

Single Family Homes Total single family sales in 2008: 37 Highest Sales Price: $7,500,000 for a 6,369 square foot home built in 1991 on a 16,271 square foot water front lot on S. Mashta Lowest Sales Price: $817,900 for a 1,763 square foot 7,500 square foot lot.  Bank-owned foreclosure on Cranwood. 6 of the sales […]

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