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Miami Beach is a beautiful coastal resort city located in Miami-Dade County of southern Florida. It was officially incorporated as of March 26, 1915. Miami Beach, along with the neighboring South Beach, have reputations as being one of the most popular places in all of the United States of America to visit and soak up some of that Florida sun. Its beginnings trace back to 1870, when father and son pair, Henry and Charles Lum, purchased the land in the area for seventy-five cents per acre. The first building to be built on what would become Miami Beach was the Biscayne House of Refuge, which was constructed in 1876. The next few steps for Miami Beach were in the agricultural field, as denizens worked to plant a coconut grove along the beach area. Going through multiple investors, realtors and people throwing all they could into the project, Miami Beach grew from an agricultural hub into a sprawling city, planned out as a coastal resort to draw in tourism, and with quite a bit of success. Now, the area is a beautiful testament to all the work put into it, and then some.
Miami Beach gets the typical Florida experience with high heats and high humidity stretching throughout the year. Very rarely does the temperature drop beneath fifty degrees Fahrenheit. The most humid months tend to be June through August, and the precipitation is noticeable. Miami Beach can also experience heavy rainfall and occasional thunderstorms, which rarely leads to flooding from the nearby bodies of water.
Miami Beach is a phenomenal place to get out and experience some of Florida’s natural beauty, whether it is in the world famous South Beach, one of the many resorts or just the plentiful amount of outdoor activities you can do. Miami Beach is never boring
South Beach – Miami Beach, FL 33139
Kustom Water Sports – 1700 Purdy Ave – (844) 872-3353
Bike and Roll – 210 10th St – (305) 604-0001
South Point Park – 1 Washington Ave – (305) 673-7730
Miami Beach is a shopper’s best friend. Fashionistas, treasure hunters, tourists and retail warriors alike can all find some much needed retail therapy throughout Miami Beach. With a spattering of big chains mixed in with charming local venues and boutiques, you can find a menagerie of pretty much anything you are looking for within Miami Beach
Lincoln Road Mall – 1610 Lenox Ave – (305) 389-3767
World Erotic Art Museum – 1205 Washington Ave – (305) 532-9336
Venissac – 1627 Washington Ave – (305) 672-8111
Bohemian – 441 Espanoia Way
Miami Beach also offers plenty in the way of delicious food. Restaurants bring in tastes and palettes from all over the world to satisfy hungry visitors and residents. No matter how picky, you are sure to find something to whet your appetite. Ever hear of the South Beach diet? You haven’t lived until you’ve had the South Beach cuisine experience
Crabster Hookah Lounge – 433 Lincoln Rd – (305) 534-4588
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar – 1600 Lenox Ave – (305) 538-5220
Taquiza – 1506 Collins Ave – (305) 748-6099
La Sandwicherie – 229 14th St – (305) 532-8934
Miami Beach is a great place to really enjoy the night. There is plenty in the way of clubs, lounges, bars and breweries for the most discerning of night owls. No matter what the night has you craving, you can definitely find it in Miami Beach, and then some
Craft Social Club – 100 Collins Ave – (786) 216-7719
Drinkhouse Fire and Ice – 1672 Collins Ave – (305) 534-2423
Astor Social Club – 956 Washington Ave – (305) 531-8081
Skybar at Shore Club – 1901 Collins Ave – (305) 695-3100
Miami Beach isn’t just a great place to retire, it’s also a great place to raise a family. With a fantastic school system in place for any age, Miami Beach can keep your kids in a nice educational program while you head off to enjoy the scenery or some shopping
Mind Fuel School – 235 Lincoln Rd – (786) 356-2679
Miami Beach Senior High school – 2231 Prairie Ave – (305) 532-4515
South Pointe Elementary – 1050 4th St – (305) 531-5437
Elite Bartending School – 1045 5th St – (305) 460-8070
Population Density: 11,557
Median Age: 39.2
Male / Female Ratio: 1.1:1
For those who are looking to make the move to Miami Beach, the local job market is not in short supply. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce – 1920 Meridian Ave – (305) 674-1300
City of Miami Beach FL – 1700 Convention Center Dr – (305) 673-7000
The Palms Hotel & Spa – 3025 Collins Ave – (305) 534-0505
Kansa Marine – 555 NE 185th St # 107 – (305) 628-5555
Miami Beach has a fantastic location and history to it, allowing for plenty of exploration and adventuring through the local area. Whether it is historical buildings, festivities or any kind of other local attraction, you can find plenty to explore in Miami Beach
Miami Beach City Hall – 405 Biltmore Way – (305) 446-6800
Holocaust Memorial – 1933 Meridian Ave – (305) 538-1663
Flagler Monument Island – Miami Beach, FL 33139
South Pointe Pier – Miami Beach, FL
Miami Beach is a dream location for those who want to really get the most out of a visit to Miami. With its many resorts, fantastic shopping, delicious restaurants and vibrant nightlife, it is a place that, like the Big Apple, never sleeps. It is also one of the most beautiful areas you can see in Florida, with plenty of careful planning and tasteful architecture to set the mood and tell you that you are indeed in Florida – pull up a seat, get a martini and enjoy the beach culture! Miami Beach is also a fantastic place to settle down, with plenty in the way of job opportunities and a fantastic education system for those who are either looking to go back to school themselves or raise a family. No matter your reason, Miami Beach is a great place to live and a great place to visit.
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