if you have enough time.
However, in the context of 'WALKABLE HOMES' the user preferences are an essential element of the algorithm. Clearly, a relevant definition of 'walkable' must take into consideration:
1. What are the activities engaged in monthly
2. Age of occupants
3. Do wage earners commute or work from home
4. How will bicycle and walking factor into the equation
5. How important is the pharmacy and library and playground
6. What is the citizens maximum walking distance. 1/2 mile. 1 mile, 2 miles
7. Are 'zip cars' available?
8. Are the routes sharing high speed traffic ways?
9. What will you do with the $15,000 annual recovery?
Seeking 'Walkable Homes' is a crucial element in the selection process. The risk aversion aspect as well as the financial security component are INCREDIBLE!
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
Call me if you need any help in Miami Beach my phone is 305 794-8435
West Avenue is walkable to everywhere, it's a great location and it's predominently where all the locals live because of it's easy access to everything.
http://finehom.es/Ai7yxh is a map showing the center of West Ave.
It runs from 5th Street all the way up to Sunset Harbour with the main places along it being:
5th Street - shops like publix, tj maxx, staples, best buy etc
10/11th Street - a great strip of shops including restaurants, spa, starbucks, clothing etc
11th Street - Whole Foods
15th/16th - Just off the new Panera Bread and shops on Alton
Lincoln/17th - The end of Lincoln Road (our huge shopping, restaurant and bar street - http://lincolnroadmall.com/
Hope this helps :)
Our core area we concentrate on is South Beach and specifically West Ave so we'd be delighted to help you with anything we can.