Little Haiti

Little Haiti

Miami, Florida Homes for Sale

Walk Score®


Transit Score®


Bike Score®


About Little Haiti

Little Haiti is an integral part of Miami’s vibrant cultural scene. The neighborhood enhances the city’s ethnic diversity and provides a glimpse into the richness of the Haitian culture. If you want to experience the exotic world of authentic Caribbean cuisine and traditions, then this neighborhood is the place to visit. The Little Haiti neighborhood is homogenous but never boring. There are plenty of cultural activities, authentic markets, and an independent music scene that makes this neighborhood unique.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $280,000 to $4,250,000

Closed Prices: $11,500 to $1,650,000

Median Sale Price: $459,000

Average $ per sq ft: $631

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $2548/mo, $0 to $125

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1920 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 462 to 3695 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 7 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Getting Around Little Haiti

Around Little Haiti

NE 2nd Avenue features residential areas where you can mingle with residents of the Haitian community for a truly Haitian-style experience. NE 2nd Avenue features a pedestrian zone with vibrant retail and cultural dynamics. Affordable family homes combined with apartment complexes characterize the neighborhood. Little Haiti’s residential spots also have easy access to mainstream city neighborhoods such as the Design District, Edgewater, and Wynwood.

There is so much to discover inside this unique cultural gem. If you are curious to try Caribbean cuisine, check out one of the many neighborhood bistros for an invigorating sampling of spicy island dishes. With a special focus on seafood, rice, and beans, the mouth-watering Haitian meals resemble other traditional foods like Cuban cuisines with a few minor differences. Watch out if you are not used to spicy flavors as meals can get pretty hot.

One of the most unique neighborhood characteristics is the colorful murals on the walls that make old buildings stand out with their unique authentic charm. Families with kids are an integral part of Little Haiti’s neighborhood setting. As you walk around the area, you will meet various residents of different backgrounds and paths of life, including young musicians and bubbly market sellers.

Friday night in Little Haiti can be as fun as anywhere in Miami. Check out events like ‘’Night in Little Haiti’’ that happens every third Friday of the month for a special exploration of tantalizing music, food, and entertainment. Restaurants featuring traditional cuisine always have their doors open for your culinary explorations, and cozy bistros will welcome you in for a refreshing drink.

Going for a late-morning brunch or enjoying cultural or musical events is what can make your Sunday in Little Haiti special. You can also explore the area’s small shops and markets. You can also take a friend with you to get active in one of Little Haiti’s open green spaces. You will find something interesting to do in no time.

Locals Love

  • Local cultural attractions and events
  • Easy access to budding neighborhoods like Wynwood, the Design District, and Edgewater
  • Authentic cuisine

Locals Don't Love

  • Limited availability of cabs
  • Areas that are undesirable to walk around, especially in the late evening hours

Neighborhood Reviews

0 Reviews
Our Little Haiti real estate expert specializes in helping
buyers and sellers in this neighborhood.