The efforts of both Curtiss and Smith were among the first master-planned communities in Miami. The small-town community was intended to follow a Pueblo Revival architectural style.
It is bounded by NW 67th Avenue, East Okeechobee Road and NW 36th Street. It has the neighborhoods of Hialeah to the north, Brownsville and Gladeview to the east, Virginia Gardens to the south and Doral to the west.
To its south is the busy Miami International Airport, which has remained intertwined into the history of Miami Springs.
Its founder’s home, the Curtiss Mansion is a Pueblo style residential enclave that was recently restored remains as Miami Springs’ most important landmark. It is a favored venue for weddings, photo shoots and aviation-related programs.
Other historical buildings in the community include the Fair Haven Nursing Home and Miami Battle Creek Sanitarium
The quaint neighborhood has many recreational offerings for its residents from restaurants, cafés, entertainment centers and lush greenery. The youth can spend some quality time at the Miami Springs Recreational Center and Swimming Pool while avid golfers can practice their swings at the fairways of the Miami Springs Golf Club.
The community also has Dove Avenue Park and Miami Springs Dog Park where families can walk their four-legged friends.
Miami Springs Real Estate
Miami Springs is home to bungalow single-family home and condominium complexes. This includes:
- Bass Lake Estates
- Cinema Park
- Country Club Estates
- Spring View
Condos and Townhome Complexes
- Eastern Way Condo
- Parkway Condo
- Royal Poinciana Condo
- Royal Springs Condo
- Waterway Condo