West FlaglerLittle HavanaCoral GateShenandoahSilver BluffThe Roads
- West Flagler (formerly West Little Havana) is a neighborhood in Miami bisected by Flagler Street. It is roughly located north of the Tamiami Trail (US 41/South Eighth Street) and south of North Seventh Street, between State Road 9 (West 27th Avenue) to the east and LeJeune Road (West 42nd Avenue) to the west.
- West Flagler provides a great selection of major retail stores and Hispanic boutiques. The Cuban Shopping Center, a two-story complex on 7th Street, includes a cafeteria with a fruit market, dollar store, locksmith, mini food market and several other local businesses.
- Little Havana is a neighborhood of Miami situated west of Brickell and East of West Flagler that is home to many Cuban immigrant residents, as well as many residents from Central and South America.
- Little Havana is noted as a center of social, cultural, and political activity in Miami. It is also known for its landmarks, including Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street/Tamiami Trail), and its Walk of Fame (for famous artists and Latin personalities, including Celia Cruz, Willy Chirino, and Gloria Estefan), the Cuban Memorial Boulevard, Plaza de la Cubanidad, Domino Park, the Tower Theater, Jose Marti Park, the Firestone/Walgreens Building, St. John Bosco Catholic Church, Municipio de Santiago de Cuba and others.
- Under-the-radar sales in Miami neighborhoods like Little Havana and the Miami River underscore the potential for commercial activity just outside the bustling Greater Downtown Miami market. Little Havana in particular has become a magnet for multifamily investment. For residents, Little Havana offers cheaper rents than nearby areas like downtown Miami and Brickell.
Coral Gate is a neighborhood that is defined by Coral Way, a historic urban boulevard established by Coral Gables founder George E. Merrick during the 1920s. One of the main thoroughfares between Coral Gables and the City of Miami, Coral Way passes through the City of Miami between SW 37th Avenue and Brickell Avenue. Coral Gate features small retail shopping centers along Coral Way along with multifamily housing and small office buildings.
Shenandoah is one of the first Neighborhoods in the City of Miami. It was established in 1919 by developers from Virginia, and hence the name. The “Shenandoah” area was farmland and piney wood until the real-estate boom of the 1920s, when one residential subdivision after another bearing the name “Shenandoah” as part of its title appeared. The modern borders of the neighborhood are Calle Ocho to the north, Coral Way to the south, SW 12th Ave to the east and SW 27th Ave to the west.
Silver Bluff is a sub-neighborhood of Coral Way area located north of Coconut Grove and South Coral Way. It is historically residential, with some small retail commercial and multifamily activity along SW 27th and SW 22nd Avenues.
The Roads is a sub-neighborhood of Coral Way area located south of SW 11th Street, between SW 12th Avenue and SW 15th Road, just west of Brickell. The Roads is known for its old homes, historic public schools, and its tree-covered streets. The Roads is very close to Downtown and Brickell, but is a historically residential neighborhood. It is also off the normal Miami street grid, and thus all the streets in The Roads are named roads, instead of streets and avenues, as is the case in the rest of Miami.