Homestead Main Street

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Description:

The City of Homestead is the second oldest city in Miami-Dade County. The South Dade area opened to homesteaders in 1898. In 1904 Flagler decided to extend the railroad to Key West from Miami, enabling area farmers to transport their fruits and vegetables to Miami and other parts of the state. Many of the railroad workers stayed in the area and became city founders. In 1912 the Overseas Railroad was completed and in 1913 the City of Homestead was incorporated. The historic district developed from the 1910s through the 1920s in the vicinity of the main railroad depot. Homestead Main Street works closely with the City of Homestead’s Community Redevelopment Agency and other organizations such as the Seminole Theater and Atala Montessori School for Creative Expression to initiate downtown economic revitalization and to bring an expanded cultural element to the downtown area.

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  • Food & Drink
  • Parades
  • Family Friendly
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Parking Available
  • Live Music
  • Community Events
  • Rental Spaces Available
  • Online Tickets
  • Call For Tickets
offer brunch ws 

Come to the Whistle Stop on Sundays to get your all you can eat brunch!

Address:

43 N. Krome Ave Homestead, FL 33033

Contact:

Phone number: (305)-323-6564

Days & Hours:

Event Based

Upcoming Events

 

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