33145 Positioned in the Center of the Ever-Changing Miami

33145 Positioned in the Center of the Ever-Changing Miami

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Front w side33145 is the south Florida zip code that is sizzling. This rising star on the Miami real estate map, Shenandoah is positioned in the center of the ever-changing Miami. A couple miles to the east of this residential neighborhood is the up and coming new Brickell City Center (BCC). BCC is a vision of urban life, retail, condos, and soon to be tourist destination conceptualized by Swire Properties. Just a couple miles to the west work, golf, dine, and enjoy all that historic City of Coral Gables has to offer.

Shenandoah runs along Coral Way and offers a boutique line up of small shops, local businesses, and culinary adventures. For commuting, 33145 offers quick access to I-95 or the 836, and is a fifteen-minute drive from Coconut Grove, South Beach, Wynwood, and Coral Gables.

Take the Miami-Dade trolley to the Metrorail station for a work day commute, or a Metrorail ride to visit the PAMM (Perez Art Museum Miami) in the Arts and Science District. In the evenings you can take a stroll on Calle Ocho in Little Havana, or enjoy one of the many restaurants located on Coral Way. During the weekends you can enjoy a ride along SW 3rd Avenue up to Brickell Key, bicycle to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and over the Rickenbacker Causeway to the beaches and quiet neighborhoods of Key Biscayne.

With homes priced from $300,000 to $600,000, one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods Shenandoah, and adjacent Bryan Park are quickly becoming the heart of Miami. 33145 is becoming a haven for young professionals leaving Downtown and Brickell to start a family. This quiet suburban area is far enough to avoid traffic congestion and construction noise, yet close enough to commute and enjoy the amenities of our growing city. Put simply 33145 offers enchanting neighborhood living in a prime area, just moments from all the best South Florida has to offer.

Nearby Miami home buyers will discover:


  • Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
  • Vizcaya Metrorail
  • Shenandoah Park, Bryan Park, Jose Marti Park
  • Marlins Ball Park
  • American Airlines Arena
  • Brickell
  • Shenandoah Library
  • Key Biscayne
  • Miami Seaquarium
  • University of Miami
  • Historic and vibrant Calle Ocho
  • Buddhist Center, Greek Orthodox Church, Beth David Temple, and more!


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