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Palmetto Bay is a village in the Miami-Dade county area of Florida, and nestled directly in the Miami metropolitan area. It includes two neighborhoods that were formerly census-designated places (CDPs): Cutler and East Perrine. Palmetto Bay had its beginnings in the same time as the construction of the South Miami and Coconut Grove areas, being settled largely by immigrants moving down from the Northern portions of the United States. Being on the water, Palmetto Bay was a host to plentiful agricultural opportunities and expansion throughout the many decades since its founding. It would eventually flourish into the Palmetto Bay known today, an area with ample career opportunities and beautiful homes that look out on to the aforementioned bay area. It also has a sort of rural charm to it in that it is still rich in agriculture and vegetation, though the expansion throughout the area and its proximity to Miami have mixed in the big city amenities as well. No matter the reason, Palmetto Bay is highly rated in both areas to visit and to live
Palmetto Bay gets the typical Florida experience with high heats and high humidity stretching throughout the year. Very rarely does the temperature drop beneath fifty degrees Fahrenheit. The most humid months tend to be June through August, and the precipitation is noticeable. Palmetto Bay can also experience heavy rainfall and occasional thunderstorms, which rarely leads to flooding from the nearby bodies of water.
Palmetto Bay really has no shortage of things to do. With museums, the waterfront, fantastic food and a big group of active life festivities, you really can’t go wrong. If you’ve ever had trouble getting yourself or the kids out for a day of fun, Palmetto Bay will take care of that problem for you
Coral Reef Park – 7895 SW 152nd St – (305) 235-1593
Pinecrest Gardens – 5855 SW 111th St – (305) 669-6942
Zoo Miami – 12400 SW 152nd St – (305) 251-0400
Deering Estate At Cutler – 16701 SW 72nd Ave – (305) 235-1668
Palmetto Bay is a fantastic place to shop, and with a mix of rural and big city charm to boot. You can find antiques, farmers markets, and trendy boutiques all within the same setting, making it a truly unique shopping experience, no matter what you or the shopping warrior in your life are looking for
Antique Mall Y’All – 17430 SW 97th Ave – (305) 969-0696
Vapor Shark – 14475 S Dixie Hwy – (305) 722-7446
Field of Flowers – 13615 S Dixie Hwy – (800) 963-7374
The Boutique – 2355 Salzedo St – (786) 380-9732
Palmetto Bay has a little bit of everything on the dinner tray for hungry visitors and residents. With bombastic spices, cuisines and cultural blending form all over the world, anyone can find Indian delicacies, French cuisine, downhome Southern cooking and delectable seafood all in the same area. Palmetto Bay really spices up the area, and is noted for its many cultural restaurants
Asian Fusion Cuisine - 17043 S Dixie Hwy – (305) 278-6888
Caribbean Delite Restaurant – 9491 SW 160th St – (305) 254-6606
Sango’s Jamaican & Chinese Restaurant – (305) 252-0279
Alaine’s Osteria – 7290 SW 168 St Ste D – (305) 252-0355
Dance clubs, lounges, breweries, wine bars and pubs – Palmetto Bay has them all. Getting out on the city to enjoy some night life is easy in Palmetto Bay, whether you need a cold one after work or just want to dance the night away
Cigars at Sunset – 5910 S Dixie Hwy – (305) 661-4442
Hole in the Wall – 9821 SW 184th St – (305) 233-3225
La Mora Italiana – 17225 S Dixie Hwy – (786) 701-2675
World of Beer – 9010 SW 72nd Pl – (786) 623-3522
Palmetto Bay isn’t just a great place to retire, it’s also a great place to raise a family. With a fantastic school system in place for any age, Palmetto Bay can keep your kids in a nice educational program while you head off to enjoy the scenery or some shopping
Little Wonders Learning Academy – 9360 SW 164th St – (305) 253-7451
Westminster Christian School – 6855 SW 152nd St – (305) 233-2030
Southwood Middle School – 16301 SW 80th Ave – (305) 251-5361
3C’s Preschool – 14920 SW 67th Ave – (305) 238-0844
Population Density: 2,823.9
Median Age: 37
Male / Female Ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to Palmetto Bay, the local job market is not in short supply. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce – 1920 Meridian Ave – (305) 674-1300
City of Miami Beach FL – 1700 Convention Center Dr – (305) 673-7000
Air America – 901 Ponce De Leon Blvd # 103 – (305) 520-7000
Mayfair Hotel and Spa – 3000 Florida Ave – (305) 441-0000
Palmetto Bay has a fantastic location and history to it, allowing for plenty of exploration and adventuring through the local area. Whether it is historical buildings, festivities or any kind of other local attraction, you can find plenty to explore in Palmetto Bay. The area is expansive in parks, landmarks and all sorts of beauty to enjoy
Venetian Pool – 2701 De Soto Blvd – (305) 460-5306
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens – 3251 S Miami Ave – (305) 250-9133
Cartagena Plaza – 375 Cocoplum Rd
Charlotte Jane Memorial Park Cemetery – 3575 South Douglas Road
Palmetto Bay is one of the best places for residents and visitors alike to get the Florida experience, as well as all the thrills of the big city. With rural charm, great shopping, delicious restaurants and plenty of career opportunities, it is not hard to see why so many choose to settle down in the area. As for visitors, there is plenty to explore and many adventures to be had in the Palmetto Bay area, and many experiences to share with the whole family. Whether you are looking for a Floridian gem to settle down in or just a fantastic place to visit, keep Palmetto Bay high on your list.
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