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Regardless of how nice the views may be
from your office, home is where the heart
is. Take a look at these residential offerings
to take your personal life to the next level.
$2,940,000. 4 Bedrooms/ 4 Baths
Double Story walls of Glass
Fabian Garcia Diaz. 305.935.8050
Y ou might be surprised to learn that Miami-Dade boasts the 3rd largest park
system in the entire U.S. It’s easy enough to overlook with the concrete jungle that
surrounds us, but the truth is our city has an abundance of natural splendor and
colorful recreation spots where residents can gather and play. There are currently 258
parks in the county, with more added all the time. Here are 3 of the latest additions. Go
ahead, take a break from your busy day to get out and enjoy them!
New In the zen-like quiet of a
downtown corner lies one of the
city’s hidden jewels: the Paul
S. Walker Mini-Park. Officially
opened a few months ago, this
“pocket park” is the perfect place
for a peaceful lunch, or simply
a bit of fresh air and respite
from the work day. Enjoy the
gentle splashing waterfall and
fountain as you sit under one
of the welcoming and relaxing
ornamental shade trees.
Newer Here’s a bit of trivia for you: just
a few short blocks from Brickell
Ave lies one of South Florida’s last
hardwood hammock ecosystems.
That’s right – a bit of rare tropical
forest is preserved right in the middle
of our city. Though Simpson Park has
been around since 1913, it’s never
looked so good, thanks to the efforts
of renowned green architect Chad
Oppenheim. The photo above shows
a glimpse of the facelift this South
Florida icon has undergone.
Newest This one actually doesn’t exist
yet! But at 1814 Brickell Ave.,
what is currently an empty
lot will soon become one of
the city’s newest green jewels.
The City of Miami recently
purchased the 0.81-acre space
from Fortune International
Realty’s Fabian Garcia-Diaz
and plans to turn it into a
recreation area for Brickell
residents, including a pet area
and children’s park.
$2,500,000. 2 Bedrooms/ 1.5 Baths
Ocean & City Views
Norma Travis. 305.527.4749
Brickell $2,099,000. 4 Bedrooms/ 4.5 Bath
Giulietta Ulloa. 305.710.6620
$2,490,000. 6 Bedrooms/ 6 Bath
Beach Club Membership
Brigitte de Langeron. 305.244.7493
Although Miami proper
has a lot of green spaces
to offer in almost every
corner of the city, a
little further south, the
area has earthy
destinations that are
just as impressive — and
a lot tastier!
24 Where: Schnebly Winery
Go For: Exotic wine flavors like avocado
Get There: 30205 SW 217 Ave.
More info: 305.242.1224;
SchneblyWinery.com Where: Fruit & Spice Park
Go For: Fresh versions of just about anything
Get There: 24801 SW 187th Ave.
More Info: 305.247.5727;
FruitAndSpicePark.org Where: Knaus Berry Farm
Go For: The hearty milkshakes
Get There: 15980 SW 248th St.
More Info: 305.247.0668;