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Located in the southern part of the city, this residential area is bounded by NE 16th Avenue to the west, West Dixie Highway to the east, NE 163rd Street to the north, and extends south to NE 159th Street.
This neighborhood is situated around the City Hall complex along NE 19th Avenue, with NE 171st Street to the north, Biscayne Boulevard to the East, NE 163rd Street to the south, and the Snake Creek Canal & NE 15th Avenue on its western edge.
Located in the eastern section of the city, this residential area is bounded by Maule Lake to the west, N.E. 163rd Street to the south, and the Intracoastal Waterways to the west and north. Almost all the single-family residential lots in the Eastern Shores subdivision have water frontage. Most of the lots which connect with Maule Lake in turn connect with the Intracoastal Waterway.
Located in the southwestern section of the city, it is bounded by NE 10th Avenue and parts of NE 8th Avenue on the west, NE 16th Avenue on the east, NE 163rd Street to the north, and south to NE 151st Street.
Pickwick Lake Estates is a neighborhood of 93 single-family homes located in the northwestern section of the city. It is bounded by the sound barrier wall of I-95 on the north and west, Miami Gardens Drive on the south, and the Glades Canal on the northeast. An entrance way on Miami Gardens Drive provides the only access to the neighborhood.
This residential area is located in the northernmost section of the city. It is bounded by NE 18th Avenue and NE 19th Place to the west, NE 21st and NE 22nd Avenues to the west, NE 195th Terrace to the north, and south to Miami Gardens Drive.
The Sunray neighborhoods (East & West) represent a large portion of the city's single-family residential areas, with many small starter homes built in the 1960's. Sunray East is bounded by NE 19th Avenue on the west, NE 22nd Avenue and West Dixie Highway to the east, Miami Gardens Drive to the north, and south to NE 171st Street.
This neighborhood is the larger of the two Sunray neighborhoods and is bounded by the Glades Canal on the southwest, NE 19th Avenue on the east, NE 183rd Street on the north, and south to NE 171st Street. The commercial and multi-family land use that runs from the northern boundary of Sunray West and extends north to Miami Gardens Drive is an Unincorporated Miami-Dade County area.
This neighborhood is located in the western section of the city and is bounded by I-95 to the northwest, NE 6th Avenue to the east, and extends south to NE 167th Street. The neighborhood contain three pockets of Unincorporated Miami-Dade County areas.
Located in the southern part of the city, it is bounded by NE 14th Avenue on the west, NE 16th Avenue on the east, NE 155th Street on the north, and south to NE 151st Street.
Western Eastern Shores
This residential area of mostly single-family homes on the western side of the larger Eastern Shores neighborhood is bounded by Biscayne Boulevard to the west, Maule Lake to the north, and south to NE 163rd Street (Sunny Isles Boulevard). Most of the lots have water frontage with access to the Intracoastal Waterway.
This neighborhood of single-family homes is on the west side of the Snake Creek Canal, from Miami Gardens Drive on the north to NE 167th Street on the south, with a large section of unincorporated Miami Dade County sandwiched between the Windward area and the Pan Uleta & Monticello areas.