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 Miami Beach, Florida

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 South Beach, Miami Beaches most southern neighborhood is the islands most popular and world famous destination for visitors to the Miami area. The heart of Miami is said to be in South Beach, home to more than 150 clubs cafes and restaurants’, with  most staying open till the early morning hours. World travelers, jetsetters, celebrities as well as locals are drawn to this trend setting and entertainment wonder in the sun.South Beach  Miami Beach Florida from the air

 South Beach has become the most sought after location in Miami Beach; visitors are drawn to the area bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and from 1st street on the south end of the Island up to 25th street not only for the beaches, but the shops, nightclubs and restaurants’. Just steps away from some of the world’s most famous beaches, South Beach is also home to Miami Beaches Art Deco District. Made up of 950 historic buildings, the area bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Lenox Court to the west, the Collins Canal to the north and 6th street to the south, became a United States historic district in 1979. The Art Deco District is made up of buildings, hotels and structures build during the years 1923 and 1943. South Beaches old buildings and hotels are a far cry from old fashion.  South Beach is a vibrant, new and exciting neighborhood any time of the day or night, making it a desirable place to work and live. 

 South Beach, located on a the southern tip of the island making up the city of Miami Beach has become one of the most sought after pieces of real estate.  Once home to 1920 era millionaires, the area first saw a revitalization to the area and was put on the map with the Jackie Gleason Show being filmed in the now famous Jackie Gleason Theater during the 60’s, the 80’s brought South Beach more attention with the T.V series of Miami Vice and numerous Hollywood films. Today, South Beach, south of 5th street, has become one of the most desirable location in the neighborhood, the area has seen the building of numerous impressive condominium buildings, offering the most prestigious living on Miami Beach.  South Beach condos as well as the neighborhood are within walking distance to everything you could possibly imagine.

 Hotels and resorts of South Beach offer visitors easy access to the many shops and restaurants’ of the area, numerous art galleries, theaters, such as the Jackie Gleason Theater, Lincoln Road Mall and the Miami Convention Center are conveniently located.

 South Beach, with fantastic weather is a well-rounded tourist hot-spot, featuring great nightlife, rich cultural attractions, gourmet restaurants, upscale shopping, fabulous oceanfront hotels and white sand beaches. Whether you like listening to jazz, dancing the night away in one of the many renowned South Beach clubs, or just enjoy sitting at a  cafe and watching the world go by, there is something to do for everyone in South Beach


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