Central Park Adagio is located in Doral, a rapidly growing suburb just west of Miami. The surroundings takes its name from the sprawling Doral Golf Resort & Spa, which offers 90 holes of golf along with fine restaurants and popular shopping. Despite its small size, Doral has a large number of financial institutions and import/export businesses, mostly and primarily because of its proximity to the Miami International Airport.
Miami is one the most preferred vacation spots and places to live not only in the U.S but also in global terms. The Metropolitan city is the fourth largest urban area in the United States. While many destinations often are said to offer something for everyone, it might actually be true for Miami, simply because it has a great personality in a spectacular setting.
Let’s consider, for example, Miami’s list of “things to do.”: South Beach, which attracts a lively crowd of people who enjoy high energy is also called America’s Party Beach. On the more cultural side Miami museums cover a broad range of interests ranging from contemporary to historical treasures, offering an overview of international art drawn from private collections and traveling exhibitions. Miami also features historic places like Little Havana and its Cuban novelty stores, local galleries and the untouched realness of a true cultural neighborhood. Thanks to the great diversity and to the international nature of the city you will find world-class dining, so don’t be surprised to see neighborhoods that cover all the world’s cuisine in just a matter of blocks.
On the business side, the world literally does business in Miami, led by finance and international trade. The downtown area is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the United States, along with many large national and international companies. Other leading industries include health care, research institutes and biotechnology. In addition, the Port of Miami is known as the Cruise Capital of the World — the busiest cruise passenger port in the world.