Due to its constrained location between Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park, the City of Homestead might constitute a small land mass but nonetheless; its population represents one of the fastest growing populations in South Florida. Its increasing population can be accredited to Homestead’s distinctive “small-town” feel and strong sense of community that differentiate it from the vast Metropolitan area of Miami.
Regarded as Miami-Dade County’s second-oldest city, Homestead pays tribute to its historic roots by offering a strong hometown atmosphere in a modern-day setting. The city provides its residents with unique attractions, expansive suburban neighborhoods, parks and recreational facilities and a charming historic district complete with notable art galleries, antique shops and restaurants.
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