Incorporated in the late 1920s, South Miami is famous for its lush residential neighborhoods. It is home to historic buildings as well as a number of retailers, restaurants, and parks. The suburban neighborhood is the perfect place to raise a family and is one of Miami’s most desirable areas.
PEOPLE & LIFESTYLE
Bordering the University of Miami, the town’s center is a hip hang out. Residents are able to enjoy unique restaurants and shops as well as entertainment. Students, young professionals, and families love what the neighborhood has to offer and are happy to call South Miami home.
PARKS & NATURE
The outdoor enthusiasts love South Miami because there are plenty of parks. To name a few, Palmer Park is perfect for residents who enjoy playing sports. There are fields for baseball, t-ball, softball, football, and soccer. If you enjoy feeding ducks by the pond you can visit Fuchs Park. Want to have a picnic instead? Brewer Park has a picnic area and fields to play sports.
For an authentic French culinary experience, be sure to check out Le Petite Maison to enjoy some exquisite escargot and tuna tartar. Residents who are sushi lovers are in luck because they can check out Kyojin Japanese Buffet— which is another popular destination.
Residents have many of retail shopping options including The Shops at Sunset Place and Dadeland Mall. The neighborhood is also in close proximity to grocery stores including Whole Foods, Publix, and Trader Joe’s.
• South Miami K-8 Center, International Magnet program, grades PK - 8
• Somerset South Miami Charter School, grades PK-8
• Ludlam Elementary School, grades PK-5
• David Fairchild Elementary School, grades PK-8
• South Miami Middle School, Magnet and IB program, grades 6 – 8
• South Miami Senior High, Magnet and IB program, grades 9-12
• Our Lady of Lourdes Academy, all girls, grades 9 – 12
• Epiphany Catholic School, grades PK – 8
• Riviera Day School, grades PK – 5
• Alexander Montessori Schools, grades PK – 5
• The French American School of Miami, grades PK3 – 5