MIAMI BEACH

One of the most heralded coastal resort cities in the world, they call Miami Beach “The World’s Playground” for a reason. Beyond the radiant sun, surf and sand, Miami Beach’s rich history as an entertainment and cultural destination is well deserved. From world-famous Art Deco architecture to its renowned nightclubs and first class dining spots, there’s so much going on in Miami Beach.

 

The “Miami Beach” area is a barrier island located east of Miami and Biscayne Bay. It stretches a large distance and is generally broken up into three districts: South Beach, Mid Beach and North Beach. South Beach runs from the southern tip of the island to about 23rd street; Mid Beach, the actual “Miami Beach,” runs from 23rd to 63rd street; North Beach covers the northern tip of the island, from 63rd on up.

MIAMI BEACH City Facts

Location

    •   2 miles east of Downtown Miami

 

    •   42 miles south of Palm Beach

 

Annual City Budget: $441 million

Form of Government

     •   Commissioner - City Manager

Population: 165,521

Avg. Household Income - $27,322

Millage Rate: 6.3447

Zip Codes: 33109, 33139, 33140, 33141

Number of Businesses: 16,000

Demographics:    White: 40.5% Hispanic: 53% Black: 4.4% Other: 5.5%

MIAMI BEACH PROPERTIES

41ST STREET & ROYAL PALM AVENUE

Located on the busy Arthur Godfrey Road, this area is a hub for Miami Beach businesses. From the east end (Collins Ave.) to the west end (I-195) this section of road is one of the busiest on the Beach. The Forge, one of the best and oldest restaurants in Miami Beach, is a next-door neighbor. A great neighborhood filled with luxury homes, a high number of residents and one of the best hospitals in the State (Mt. Sinai), this is a dream spot for any business – and you can sense that the beach is just blocks away.

 

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65th & COLLINS AVE.

The heart of Miami Beach is this strip of businesses and restaurants running from 65th to 74th Street. With hotels like the old-school Deauville running along the beach side of Collins Avenue, this area sees a huge amount of tourists throughout the year; not to be overlooked are the residents from the Surfside, Normandy and Pine Tree areas that surround this busy district.

 

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66th & COLLINS AVE.

The heart of Miami Beach is this strip of businesses and restaurants running from 65th to 74th Street. With hotels like the old-school Deauville running along the beach side of Collins Avenue, this area sees a huge amount of tourists throughout the year; not to be overlooked are the residents from the Surfside, Normandy and Pine Tree areas that surround this busy district.

 

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69th & COLLINS AVE. (WEST SIDE)

The heart of Miami Beach is this strip of businesses and restaurants running from 65th to 74th Street. With hotels like the old-school Deauville running along the beach side of Collins Avenue, this area sees a huge amount of tourists throughout the year; not to be overlooked are the residents from the Surfside, Normandy and Pine Tree areas that surround this busy district

 

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71st STREET & COLLINS AVENUE (SW CORNER)

Being one of only three exits off the island between the top of South Beach and 96th Street, 71st street and is a high traffic corner. The Elysee Investments offices are located in this popular business district.

 

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73RD & 74TH COLLINS AVE.

The heart of Miami Beach is this strip of businesses and restaurants running from 65th to 74th Street. With hotels like the old-school Deauville running along the beach side of Collins Avenue, this area sees a huge amount of tourists throughout the year; not to be overlooked are the residents from the Surfside, Normandy and Pine Tree areas that surround this busy district.

 

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71ST & COLLINS (N.W. CORNER)

Being one of only three exits off the island between the top of South Beach and 96th Street, 71st street and is a high traffic corner. The Elysee Investments offices are located in this popular business district.

 

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69TH & COLLINS AVE. (BEACH/EAST SIDE)

The heart of Miami Beach is this strip of businesses and restaurants running from 65th to 74th Street. With hotels like the old-school Deauville running along the beach side of Collins Avenue, this area sees a huge amount of tourists throughout the year; not to be overlooked are the residents from the Surfside, Normandy and Pine Tree areas that surround this busy district.

 

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