Miami Beach is a vibrant and iconic city located on a seven-mile long barrier island off the coast of southeastern Florida. It is known for its beautiful sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and year-round warm weather. The city, which is home to 81,500 (2023) people boasts a unique mix of cultures, with residents from all over the world, which gives it a diverse and cosmopolitan character. Almost 60 % of the population has a Hispanic background. It’s quiet a change from 1920, when there were just 644 permanent residents on the island. Since then, Miami Beach has gone through boom, bust and boom, culminating in its present incarnation as a thriving community where people live, work and play.

Miami Beach’s streets are arranged in a grid system with numbers increasing as they go north. You’ll find everything from tiny cottages to grand mansions, studio apartments and vast luxury condominiums, all set among lush tropical vegetation, canals and golf courses. Single-family homes in the mid-beach area, (North and South of 41st Street) date back to the 1920’s, 30s and 40s. You won’t find any cookie-cutter houses here – designs are quite individual, ranging from coral rock bungalows to Deco delights with a tropical Mediterranean-style predominating. Several public and private schools serve children in the community .
Going north beyond the hotel area, Collins Avenue leads through a long row of luxury residential towers along the oceanfront and waterfront on Indian Creek. Many were originally deluxe rental buildings later converted to condominiums.

Home here may mean a condominium in a shiny new waterfront tower in SoFi-South of Fifth Street; a loft in a lovingly-restored historic building or a mansion on one of the most exclusive Islands of Miami Beach.

South Beach lifestyle centers on being within easy access of Downtown Miami across the Mac Arthur Causeway or working close to home in one of the Beach’s impressive new office buildings. With the vibe of Ocean Drive, Washington Avenue and Lincoln Road in your ‘ backyard ‘, you can stroll to fine restaurants and bistros or enjoy snacks at any hour in always-open eateries, take time out to shop or watch a movie at the rooftop cinema club on Lincoln Road.

Miami Beach is also known for its Art Deco architecture, which can be seen throughout the city's historic district. The buildings date back to the 1920s and 1930s, and feature colorful facades, neon lights, and geometric shapes that are characteristic of the Art Deco style. It has a vibrant and energetic atmosphere, with a thriving nightlife scene that includes bars, clubs, and restaurants that stay open late into the night.

Despite its reputation as a luxury destination, Miami Beach also has a strong sense of community, with many local events and festivals that bring residents and visitors together. The city is also home to many cultural institutions, including museums, galleries, and performing arts venues, which showcase the city's rich artistic and cultural heritage.

Overall, Miami Beach is a vibrant and dynamic city that offers a unique blend of sun, sand, culture, and luxury.


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