Norland occupies an area of 3.7 square miles, with about 1.10% of it as water. It is surrounded by the neighborhoods of Andover and Ives Estates to the north and northeast, North Miami Beach to the east, Golden Glades to the south, Bunche Park to the west and Lake Lucerne to the northwest.
The community is among the most accessible in Miami due to its strategic location. Bordering the southwest and the southeast of Norland are Florida’s Turnpike and I-95 Express, respectively. While the NW 202nd Street and Snake Creek Trail Park borders the rest of the community.
Norland is made up mostly of Haitians at about 20.1%, while there are also a number of residents with Jamaican ancestry and Cuban roots.
Due to the diversity of locals, the language spoken is diverse as well. But most generally speak English and Spanish.
Most of the residents here are employed in the sales and service workforce ranging from fast-food restaurants to handling major sales accounts. There are also a number of individuals who hold executive and managerial positions. The median household income of residents is $44,129.
Norland Real Estate
Most of the residential properties in Norland are old, well-maintained single-family homes that were built from 1940 to 1969. There are a few homes built from the 1970s to 2000s. Majority of the properties are owner-occupied, with a 10.8% vacancy rate.
The community is known for its cohesiveness. Most of the residents have lived in the neighborhood for more than five years; some even have lived here for most of their lives. Almost everyone know one another, making the neighborhood an ideal place to raise a family.
Norland’s real estate is made up of predominantly medium-sized homes with three to four bedrooms to large single family homes with five and more bedrooms. There are also a slew of apartment complexes. Some of the properties for sale can be found in:
- Cloverleaf Gardens
- Sierra Mirada
- Honeyhill Estates