Florida City is principally a Miami suburb and a noteworthy farming area. The city deceives the south and west of, and is adjoining with, Homestead. The two urban areas endured cataclysmic harm in August 1992, when Hurricane Andrew struck South Florida.
The city started as a land advancement named Detroit. There were no structures in the territory when the initial thirty families touched base in 1910, and they needed to remain in Homestead until the point that their homes could be constructed. The name was changed to Florida City when the town joined in 1914.5 It has a little memorable zone, yet a significant part of the city is inns and other traveler offices.