Miami Gardens Neighborhood
Miami Gardens is a suburban city found within the north-central section of Miami-Dade County in South Florida. Its name was derived from Miami Gardens Drive which happens to be one of the major roadways in the community.
The city itself consists of the areas from I-95 and NE 2nd Street on the east to NW 47th and NW 57th Avenues on the west, and from 151st Street on the south up to the Broward County border on the north.
The history of Miami Gardens dates back to the late 1960s during the early stages of the I-95’s construction when families had migrated from Miami into the area that is now recognized as Miami Gardens.
Miami Gardens includes neighborhoods such as Andover, Bunche Park, Coral City, Lake Lucerne, Norland, Opa-Locka North, and Scott Lake which used to be among several unincorporated areas within the region.
Over the years, the city had stopped allowing low income housing developments in the city in order to guarantee that residents were given the highest quality of living possible. As a result, lower crime rates have been seen throughout the years. The city is now a much more attractive option for property buyers who are looking for a safe community that offers great real estate options within the region.