Everything you’ve heard about Miami Beach is true, but experiencing it yourself will change your perception once you come here. Miami Beach is a coastal resort city of South Florida. This evolving cultural epicenter surrounded by its natural beauty is located on a variety of natural and man-made barrier islands between the azure blue Atlantic Ocean and dolphins filled Biscayne Bay. Miami Beach’s Art Deco District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world and comprises hundreds of hotels, apartments and other structures erected between 1923 and 1943. Mediterranean, Streamline Moderne and Art Deco are all represented in the District.
Being South Florida’s immaculate representation of style and substance, Miami Beach is home for some of the biggest names in various realms of media, entertainment, and finance. Because of its rich history and clash of cultures reflected on the architecture, culinary, and art, Miami Beach has become the “IT” place in the world for many. You will find the most amazing waterfront homes and mansions in Indian Creek Island close to its man-made neighbors the quartet of Sunset Islands, the sextet of Venetian Islands, Palm and Hibiscus Island, and celebrity haven Star Island.
The city’s compact, walkable grid is flush with commerce and culture such as Frank Gehry’s New World Symphony, Lincoln Road pedestrian mall, the Wolfsonian and Bass museums, the famed Epicure market, Miami Beach Cinematheque and Art Basel Miami Beach, the nation’s top annual art fair.
Natural beauty highlights are the masterfully renovated Miami Beach Botanical Garden by landscape architect Raymond Jungles and South Pointe Park, the place to be for a Sunday stroll as cruise ships glide out to sea. Residents enjoy Miami Beach Golf Club’s challenging, 18-hole course designed by Arthur Hills, as well as private country clubs and beach clubs, and a well-maintained park system including dog parks, playgrounds and Flamingo Park, the island’s version of Central Park with clay tennis courts.
Sun-kissed from a day of boating or beach, locals dine at one of the island’s internationally renowned restaurants and end at a hot nightclub. It’s the ultimate South Florida life style that turned Miami Beach and its famed real estate and condominiums into a brand.