PineCrest

In the 1930s the Pinecrest condos area growth continued and the community began to evolve around one of the first tourist attractions established in the Miami vicinity – Parrot Jungle and Gardens. The Parrot Jungle was founded in 1936 by Franz and Louise Scherr on twenty-acres of property located at Red Road and Southwest 111 Street and over the years became a world famous tourist attraction whose visitors included Sir Winston Churchill. The Miami Serpentarium, another popular tourist attraction, was located on US 1 for many decades prior to closing in the mid-1980s. During the 1950s and 1960s the area flourished with the development and  construction of ranch-style homes on acre lots which laid the foundation for the community’s rural and lushly landscaped residential character. Rapid Real Estate growth and local issues during the 1990s inspired a movement led by residents Evelyn Langlieb Greer and Gary Matzner to incorporate the area. The Village of Pinecrest was officially incorporated on March 12, 1996. Greer was elected the first mayor and was succeeded, after serving two terms, by Matzner in 2004. The founding Village Council, including Greer, Cindie Blanck, Barry Blaxberg, Leslie Bowe, Robert Hingston, together with Village Manager Peter G. Lombardi, are credited with establishing
well-regarded municipal services including police, parks and recreation, building and planning services, and public works.

  • Name PineCrest
  • Address 6705 106 St.
    Miami, Florida 33156
  • Year Built 2009
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  • Price Range 3,095,000
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  • Pet Friendly Yes
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