Halley S., Home Buyer in New York, NY

How would you describe the social scene in Miami?

Asked by Halley S., New York, NY Mon Apr 23, 2007

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Philippe’s answer
It all depends on the area you are living in. But there is something for everyone as far as social scenes are concerned. If you are looking for a party area, then South Beach si a must but if you are looking for a more relaxing experience, you can always try the Coral Gables area. Coral Gables features many high-end restaurants that meet the taste for anyone.

You are also welcome to visit http://www.dienerproperties.com to see all the condos listed in Miami and the levels of inventory in the area various areas. These figures mirror what is going on within the region. You will find below the average price/Sq.Ft. for the various buildings within Brickell.

Or you can click on these links to view the Featured Areas:

Brickell Key: http://www.dienerproperties.com/brickell-key-condos.htm
Brickell Avenue: http://www.dienerproperties.com/brickell-avenue-condos.htm
Coral Gables: http://www.dienerproperties.com/coral_gables.htm
Coconut Grove: http://www.dienerproperties.com/coconut_grove.htm
Deering Bay: http://www.dienerproperties.com/deering_bay.htm
Dadeland: http://www.dienerproperties.com/dadeland_area.htm

Kind regards,
Philippe Diener
Realtor-Associate
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 9, 2007
Miami's social scene is becoming more significant culturally speaking. Districts like Arts District, Design District, Wynwood , and Downtown offers plenty of new galleries, restaurants and trendy shops. Events like Art Basel Miami and Miami Design has placed Miami as destination for general public to enjoy Art and attracts the largest and most important art collectors and galleries from around the world. Also there are two new museums under construction: Miami Art Museum and Miami Science Museum, that will complement the already built Miami Opera and Performing Arts Center located in Downtown.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 7, 2013
The South Florida social scene is among the most active and diverse any where in the world. Quite literally, there is something out there for everyone - every single day of the year except for snow and winter sports…
If you're eager to embrace all that South Florida has to offer, you've come to the right place. Miami's social scene is hip, really hot and happening.
South Florida offers fun for kids, parents and party goers. When you live in South Florida, you know have arrived.

Best Regards

Manny A
Web Reference: http://www.keyes-miami.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2007
“Miami's nightlife pulses all over the city with dance clubs and bars…” Tobacco Road, in downtown Miami, was established in 1912 and is Miami's oldest bar and restaurant. Of course, everyone in the know has heard of the velvet ropes hotspots on the beach like Mansion and Tantra. The Miami Design District is up and coming and more populated with locals than with tourists. The streets are lined with art galleries and hip bars, clubs and restaurants. Don’t miss Art & Design Night, on the second Saturday of every month.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 17, 2007
Social scene is number one in the nation. South Beach attracts many tourists and locals with all the restaurants, bars and clubs in that part of town. It truly is a 24/7 entertainment mecca. Not unusual to come accross celebrities basking in the sun on enjoying one of the many outdoors cafes on Ocean Drive.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 23, 2007
Miami is also called the Melting Pot because many people from around the world loves to live here and you can appreciate that combination of cultures when you go to a Restaurant, a Night Club, the Fair, etc. It is a very exotic City. That is why a love to live here in Miami
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 23, 2007
Just turn on your television and you'll see some celebrity vacationing in Miami. There are tons of clubs to enjoy. There is a constant supply of cultural fests likethe Dominical Festival, Reggae Fest, to the Italian Renaissance Festival. You can find restaurants featuring food from almost every ethnic group you can think of. It's a cultural paradise.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 23, 2007
Miami's social scene is hip, hot and happening and offers something for everyone 24/7. If the ultra-glam, celebrity, music-infused outing is on the agenda then put South Beach on your map. If bistros, galleries and cappuccino's are what you crave, then stroll along the Biscayne Blvd. corridor, the newly named Design District or downtown Coral Gables. But Miami isn't just about the hedonistic life.culture and history can be found all around this diverse city as well. The Miami City Ballet, the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, the Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, the Miami Art Museum and the Historical Museum of South Florida are all notable outings. There are also many attractions to visit such as The Miami Seaquarium, the Miami Metro Zoo, Parrot Jungle Island, and the Everglades National Park. Not to be missed is Art Basel, the world's biggest annual art fair, the Calle Ocho street festival, the Dade County Fair and Exposition and the numerous city art festivals which draw thousands of spectators each.
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