Homes for Sale in East Little Havana

Search all East Little Havana homes for sale below. One of the oldest neighborhoods of Miami, Riverside is considered to be the first subdivision to be ever built next to the Miami River. It is now known as East Little Havana.

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East Little Havana Real Estate November 28, 2020
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East Little Havana Information

East Little Havana was originally named Riverside due to its location west of the Miami River. The area was first platted by Mary Brickell who was one of the prominent pioneer families of Miami. It was then developed by the Tatum brothers who were also responsible for the creation of the Lawrence Estate Land Company subdivision.

The Tatum brothers, who hailed from Georgia, called the area of East Little Havana as a “Beautiful Ridge,” due to its lush and raised terrain near the river. One of the major selling points of East Little Havana was also its proximity to Downtown Miami through the 12th Street Bridge, which served as a toll roadway opened in 1905 before it was bought by the City of Miami and removed the tolls in 1909.

Due to its strategic location, many property buyers chose to buy land and built homes in the East Little Havana community. The rapid growth in the area also caused the increase of Jewish presence along with their businesses and offices. The Jews became a major contributing population to East Little Havana until 1950s.

After the Jews moved to Greater Miami, East Little Havana attracted a lot of Cubans who took refuge in the community. By the start of the 20th century, East Little Havana had a significant number of Nicaraguans, Cubans and other Latin American residents that the area was tagged as East Little Havana as reference to the Little Havana neighborhood located west of East Little Havana.

The community is bounded to the north by Overtown, to the east by Downtown, to the south by Coral Way and to the west by Little Havana.
East Little Havana or East Little Havana has its own Miami Fire Rescue Department.

East Little Havana is home to the Marlins Park, a baseball park that serves as home of the Miami Marlins. Other parks worth visiting in the area include Grove Mini Park, East Little Havana Park, Ernesto Lecuona Park and Maxim Gomez Park. East Little Havana Park also has its own baseball field.

The community is also rife with art galleries and theatres including La Casa de Teatro, Manuel Artime Theater, Krave Art and La Isla.

Since Downtown is only a short distance from East Little Havana, many of the local amenities of the community is also accessible to residents of East Little Havana. They can head out to Bayfront Park Amphitheater, American Airlines Arena and Perez Art Museum.

East Little Havana Real Estate

East Little Havana or East Little Havana has a good collection of condos and apartments complexes that offer outstanding views of the Miami River. Some of them even feature direct river access.

Some of the properties that home buyers can choose from include:

Condos and Apartment Complexes

  • Ipanema Apartments
  • Merritt Place
  • Miami East Little Havana Condo
  • Orange Manor Condo
  • River Breeze Condo
  • Robert King High Towers