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North Miami Beach Area

The City of North Miami Beach is an urban oasis with a historical foundation. Home to 46,000 residents, the City of North Miami Beach is a refreshingly balanced, multicultural city that celebrates inclusivity, creativity, and innovation.

Located midway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale and adjacent to the Golden Glades Interchange where I-95, Florida's Turnpike, and the Palmetto Expressway meet, North Miami Beach is truly at the “Crossroads of South Florida.” The central location and easy access have made North Miami Beach one of South Florida's best known regional shopping areas and one of its most popular sites for office users.

Shoppers and commuters find they can reach North Miami Beach from virtually all of South Florida in less than 30 minutes. However, North Miami Beach isn't all business. Prospective homeowners can find everything from cozy starter homes to elegant waterfront properties. Condominiums and rental apartments in an array of convenient and attractive locations are also available. An urban adventure with parks abound, residents and visitors can enjoy a wide assortment of recreational, cultural, and dining opportunities.

Welcome to the city that has it all! The perfect location, climate, and environment for success – North Miami Beach!

North Miami Beach Area

North Miami Beach Area
Located midway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, North Miami Beach provides easy access to tourist sites in virtually all of South Florida in less than 30 minutes. It is also home to the oldest building in the Western Hemisphere — a 12th century Spanish Monastery originally built in Segovia, Spain, and brought here by publishing magnate, William Randolph Hearst.
Ancient Spanish Monestary
Ancient Spanish Monestary

Ancient Spanish Monestary

Greynolds Park
Greynolds Park

Greynolds Park

Sunset over North Beach Bandshell
Sunset over North Beach Bandshell

Sunset over North Beach Bandshell

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