South Florida is full of charming neighborhoods. Little Haiti is one of them. This beautiful spot is a known neighborhood for Haitian exiles. In fact, French-Creole still dominates throughout. There are many exciting areas surrounding Little Haiti. For example, Wynwood, the Design District, and the upscale Upper East Side. Its central location is one of the reasons why so many business owners turn to this neighborhood for real estate opportunities.
Here are five facts you probably didn’t know about this charming Miami neighborhood:
- “Little Haiti” was often referred to as Little Port-au-Prince, which was shortened to the name we use for it today. However, it was known as “Lemon City” for over a century.
- During the 1970s and 1980s, Haitian immigrants sought refuge here.
- This neighborhood was not designated as official until 2006.
- Little Haiti is full of incredible indie galleries. It is a stunning place to visit if you are looking to explore a flourishing art scene.
- This is the place to visit if you are looking for scrumptious ethnic restaurants and fun fruit stands.
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