Why We Love South Florida’s Top Neighborhoods

At Steinger, Greene & Feiner, all of our personal injury lawyers have either lived in South Florida for their entire lives or have planted new roots here. And we love our neighborhoods! Some of us live in historic areas, while others live in recently developed neighborhoods.

We also know that no neighborhood is perfect. There’s always some factor that can be an issue, such as schools that aren’t too great or intersections that are relatively dangerous. Nonetheless, South Florida is an amazing place to live — especially when you have a team of lawyers you can call when something goes wrong, such as if you’re in a car wreck.

The Miami personal injury lawyers at Steinger, Greene & Feiner always here to help if you’ve been injured in your community or while you’re out and about. Give us a call at 800-431-6841 or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation if you’ve suffered an injury in any of these amazing South Florida neighborhoods:

1. Davie

Davie is a town of about 100,000 people within Broward County. Though it falls under the Miami metropolitan area, it definitely has an identity all its own. This suburb is considered great for families, and great for nightlife — perfect for a variety of different people. Public schools and housing are also ranked above average, but crime and safety are relatively average for the area. The average home value is about $225,000.

2. Brickell

Brickell is the financial center of Miami. With plenty of highrises and luxury condos, this neighborhood is one of the most affluent in the state. About 30,000 people live here, and most of them live in rented homes. The median home value is about $425,000, and public schools are above average. Though young professionals comprise a high percentage of the population, Bickell is given an A+ for family friendliness, as well as an A+ for nightlife.

3. Palm Beach Gardens

For a quieter neighborhood, Palm Beach Gardens is an excellent option. This suburb is home to about 53,000 people, and many of those residents are retirees. Even with the older population, however, the public schools in the area are above average, and it’s a great place to raise a family. The median home value is about $335,000, and most residents own their home. Commuting to Miami is pretty easy from Palm Beach Gardens.

4. Jupiter

Jupiter is a historic beachfront town in Palm Beach County. With a population of around 62,000, the town is considered one of the best places to live in Florida. The median home value is close to $330,000, and most residents own their homes. Public schools in the area are excellent, as is the nightlife. Plus, with Jupiter being on the beach, the options for outdoor activities are endless. This town is considered to be great for families, young or old.

5. Key Biscayne

Key Biscayne is situated on a barrier island, letting you literally escape from the hubbub of Miami’s city life. Only about 13,000 people live in this neighborhood, so if you’re looking for peace and quiet, this is the place to be! However, because the area is so small, the median price for homes is above $1 million. It’s a great place for families, with public schools and nightlife above average. Flanked by two large parks, there is always something to do when you live in Key Biscayne.

Injured in Your Neighborhood? We Can Help!

These are only some of the many great neighborhoods in South Florida. Of course, there are hundreds of others throughout the area, some better and some worse than the ones we listed. No matter where you live, injuries can happen. If you are injured due to someone else’s actions or negligence, our experienced attorneys are here to help.

Give us a call at 800-431-6841 or contact us online for a free, no-obligation consultation today.