Aventura Homes

Aventura, Florida (USA)

Aventura began its development during the early 1970s. The area was initially referred to as Turnberry. Aventura became an incorporated city in 1995. Aventura is home to the luxury resort Turnberry Isle, where the yacht Monkey Business was docked during the Gary Hart/Donna Rice incident, which contributed to Hart ending his 1988 bid for presidency. The Aventura Mall, the fifth largest shopping mall in the US, is also located here. As of 2000, the median income for a household in the city was $44,526, and the median income for a family was $59,507.
As of 2000, speakers of English as their first language accounted for 59.92% of the population, while Spanish accounted for 22.63% of residents. Due to its large Jewish population, those who spoke Hebrew were at 3.66%, and Yiddish was spoken 2.78% of the population. Other languages spoken include Portuguese 2.65%, French 2.40%, Russian 1.75%, and German at 1.46% of city residents.

Aventura is known for its substantial Jewish population, many of whom come from the Northeast (many from New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania) Besides American Jews, Aventura also has experienced a significant influx of Hispanic Jews (especially Argentine Jews, Colombian Jews, Cuban Jews, and Venezuelan Jews,) Brazilian Jews, Canadian Jews, European Jews (such as French Jews, German Jews, Portuguese Jews, Romanian Jews, and Russian Jews,) and Israelis also residing in the city.

As of 2000, Aventura had the seventeenth highest percentage of Brazilian residents in the US, with 1.9% of the US populace. The thirtieth highest percentage of Colombian residents in the US, at 4.25% of the city’s population, and the ninety-second highest percentage of Cuban residents in the US, at 2.89% of the city’s population. It also had the twelfth most Israelis in the US, at 2.4%, while it had the thirteenth highest percentage of Romanians (tied with Hartford, Ohio and Bern, Pennsylvania) at 1.8% of all residents. Aventura’s Russian community had the twenty-fifth highest percentage of residents, which was at 12.4%, while it was the thirteenth highest Venezuelan community in the US, which made up 1.31% of the population.

The Aventura Express shuttle bus is a city run public bus service, free to Aventura residents. The Miami-Dade Transit, and Broward County transit bus systems also run through the city. The Metrorail and Metromover do, however, serve the city, but via Metrobus connections to Government Center via Biscayne Boulevard/US 1. Aventura is one of Miami-Dade’s most car-centric neighborhoods, and due to the increasing population growth over a 25-year period, traffic has become congested, despite the fact that Biscayne Boulevard (US 1) is up to ten lanes wide through the city. The intersection where Ives Dairy Road meets US 1 has been raised, but still creates a back up. Buildings in Aventura have large parking lots or garages that are often free, encouraging car use. For example, Aventura Mall has nearly 10,000 free parking spaces.

The main north-south road in the city is Biscayne Boulevard (US 1) and the main east-west route is the William H. Lehman Causeway. Although no interstates run through the city, I-95 is just five minutes away.

By 2015, Tri-Rail commuter rail service may run on the FEC line that runs parallel to Biscayne Boulevard through Aventura. Until then, Aventura has no other means of transportation other than roads. One of the proposed lines for the Miami Metrorailwas a corridor that would follow US 1 from downtown Miami to the Dade-Broward County line between Aventura and Hallandale Beach.

Population in 2014: 37,451 (100% urban, 0% rural).
Population change since 2000: +48.2%

Males: 17,537 (46.8%)
Females: 19,914 (53.2%)

Zip codes: 33160, 33180.

Estimated median household income in 2013: $58,502 (it was $44,526 in 2000)
Aventura: $58,502
FL: $46,036

Estimated per capita income in 2013: $47,159 (it was $41,092 in 2000)

Aventura Race

Elementary Schools

Ojus Elementary School
18600 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, FL 33180
305-931-4481

Greynolds Park Elementary School
1536 NE 179th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162
305-949-2129

Virginia A. Boone Highland Oaks Elementary School
20500 NE 24th Avenue, North Miami Beach, FL 33180
305-931-1770

K-8

ACES Aventura City of Excellence School
3333 NE 188th Street, Aventura, FL 33180
305-466-1499

Waterways K-8 Center
21101 NE 26th Avenue, Aventura, FL 33180
305-933-5200

Middle School

Highland Oaks Middle School
2375 NE 203rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33180
305-932-3810

High Schools

North Miami Beach Senior High School
1247 NE 167th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162
305-949-8381

Dr. Michael Krop Senior High School
1410 NE 215th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33179
305-652-6808

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