Key West Neighborhoods

While just a two by four mile island, Key West still has distinct areas or neighborhoods, each with its own personality, look and feel.
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Old Town
Home of one of the largest historic districts in America, Old Town’s eastern border is from Truman Avenue to the Key West Bight and from its northern border at Eisenhower Drive to the Atlantic Ocean. Located in Old Town are the neighborhoods of Mallory Square, Bahama Village, Key West Historic Seaport and the Meadows.
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Bahama Village
The oldest neighborhood in Key West Bahama Village is a lively area filled with shops and restaurants, with most of the residents tracing their roots back to the Abacos in the Bahamas.
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Key West Historic Seaport
Once home to Key West’s legendary shrimping fleet, today the Key West Historic Seaport or Bight as it is often called is home to fabulous seafood restaurants, quirky bars, watersports, and fun shops.
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Casa Marina Area
Anchored by the magnificent Flagler hotel the Casa Marina, this quaint and quiet neighborhood home to Higgs Beach, the Dog Park, White Street Pier, public tennis courts and bike paths.
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The Meadows
Once the meadows where the cows grazed, the meadows is today a charming residential neighborhood filled with lovely wooden houses and narrow streets.
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Truman Annex
The former Truman Naval Station that was once a destroyer and submarine base is now a gated community of homes and condominiums and the Harry S. Truman Little White House. It is also where you will find Ft. Zachary Taylor State Park and the Truman Waterfront.
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New Town
Just as the name implies, the new town area of Key West was created by fill in the early 1900’s where nearly 75% of the residents of Key West live and where you will find the shopping centers, schools, City Hall and non tourist related enterprises of the island
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Golf Course
Located just north of Key West on Stock Island the Key West Golf Course is 18 hole, Rees Jones designed course and living community. Backing up to the Key West Golf Course is the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden. Located adjacent to the Golf Course is the Florida Keys Community College, Tennessee Williams Fine Arts Theater and the Lower Florida Keys Medical Center.