The new Miami: a series of villages

Not so long ago, Miami-Dade was a story of east — the sprawling Beach — and a mainland of undifferentiated suburbs, centered by a central business district that shut down at 5 p.m. Today the county increasingly is coalescing around a series of urban villages or centers — compact, pedestrian-friendly places where people can live, shop or dine out, even work or go to school, with few or mercifully short trips by car. Here's a look at South Florida's burgeoning neighborhoods and classic destinations, from Miami-Dade north to Palm Beach.

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