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Miami Beach

miami_beach3Miami Beach, one of America’s preeminent beach resorts for almost a century, is a seven square mile barrier island that separates Biscayne Bay from the Atlantic Ocean and is sectioned by South Beach, Middle Beach and North Beach districts.  Known world-wide as the “Riviera of the Americas”, Miami Beach is considered one of the most active tourist destinations in the nation and its residential population is as diverse as its massive influx of visitors.  An urban neighborhood that blends seamlessly within its world-class beach environment, Miami Beach is an international city and dynamic cultural center with a vibrant residential community where people live, work and play to the beat and rhythm of their own drum.

Miami Beach offers both residents and visitors an array of amenities to enjoy.  An entertainment mecca offering first-class business amenities and cosmopolitan facilities, Miami Beach is a sophisticated tropical paradise renowned for its white sand beaches, diverse culture, nightclubs, spectacular shopping, dining, and trendy hotels.  With its classic Art Deco architecture and vibrant nightlife, Miami Beach’s Ocean Drive is the unofficial trademark of Miami Beach and one of the most recognized (and photographed) boulevards in the world.

Home to celebrities and locals alike, Miami Beach’s residential market is primarily characterized by luxury condominiums in oceanfront and bayfront high-rises, waterfront estates, the charming Art Deco buildings of South Beach featuring studios and one and two bedroom apartments, condominiums in the re-emerging single family neighborhoods of North beach, and new and upscale homes of Middle Beach.  Overall, regional access to the Miami Beach area is excellent via the McCarthur and Venetian Causeways and Interstate 95 (I-95).  The primary access road of Collins Avenue connects to Interstates 395, 1-95 and State Route 112, which provide direct access to the Miami Beach International Airport.

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