Homes For Sale


Mid-Beach is a Miami Beach section that covers the north of 23rd Street and the Indian Creek and south of 63rd Street and Surprise Lake. New developments of its historic properties make Mid-Beach among the up and coming neighborhoods in Miami that can rival its nearby South Beach community.

The Neighborhood

It encompasses the neighborhoods of Bayshore, Oceanfront, and Nautilus and is accessible through its main road, 41st Street.

Mid-Beach is home to some of Miami’s historical buildings, including Eden Roc, Fontainebleau Hotel, and Collins Waterfront Architectural District. Ocean Spray Hotel and Blue Diamond and Green Diamond are also within the neighborhood.

The streets of Mid-Beach do not have restaurants or shops. Apart from Collins Avenue, the neighborhood is mostly residential.

In 2008, restoration of Fontainebleau resort triggered the interest of property developers to invest in restoring most of the 1950s properties in Mid-Beach.

Eden Roc will undergo renovation to give way to Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro’s Nobu Hotels.

A newly constructed Thompson Miami Beach hotel was the result of the 1940s Hotel Victor renovation beautifully blending the midcentury-modern architecture with Art-Deco style. The tower features 380 rooms, chef-grade restaurant, and a spacious pool deck.

Property developer Alan Faena is working on the restoration of historic buildings built along the Collins Avenue starting from 32nd to 36th streets. The development will create upscale condominiums, luxurious hotels, and cultural centers, which will give birth to Miami Beach Faena District.

The completion of Faena District will surely boost property valuation in the neighborhood. Home buyers are now shifting their interest to investing in Mid-Beach condos.


Things To Do

Recent construction of hotels brought restaurants and bars to the neighborhood now draw the attention of locals and residents from other neighboring cities.

1930’s House is a unique bar that features a Mediterranean bungalow exterior restored into a bar that offers creative cocktails and tapas. Just across the bar is Tavern in the Hotel Croydon that serves affordable meals to the locals.

Residents have convenient access to several restaurants built within hotels in and near the neighborhood. 27 Restaurant is among the best new dining destinations in Mid-Beach located at Freehand Hotel ground floor. Also a must visit is Essensia at The Palms Hotel where most of the food offerings are from their own organic gardens.

While Mid-Beach is famous for its midcentury-modern buildings, the neighborhood is also popular for its nightlife. Fontainebleau’s LIV nightclub is among the best clubs known among avid party goers globally.

Top Restaurants In Mid-Beach

1.Hoshi & Sushi
5401 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 763-8946

2. Latin Cafe
441 W 41st St
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 531-1057

3. OLA
1745 James Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 695-9125

4. Shimuja
920 Alton Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 422-2217

5. Cleo
1776 Collins Ave
South Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-2536

6. The Continental Miami
2360 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 604-2000

7. Safron Mediterranean Grill
1049 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 397-8118

8. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
1600 Lenox Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 538-5220

9. Lola Restaurant & Grill
5555 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 397-8848

10. 27 Restaurant & Bar
2727 Indian Creek Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 531-2727


Mid-Beach Miami homes for sale are now an eclectic mix of single-family homes, newly built upscale condominiums, and luxurious restored hotels. This includes:


Students living in Mid-Beach are under the jurisdiction of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Students can get their education from Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy and St. Patrick Catholic School.
Florida International University School of Architecture South Beach Campus is also open to residents of Mid Beach.

The full list of schools near Mid-Beach includes:

Casa De Bambini School
4025 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Hebrew Academy-Greater Miami
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33140

EF International Language Center Miami
2469 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Miami Beach Senior High School
2231 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Miami City Ballet
2200 Liberty Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Nautilus Middle School
4301 N Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

North Beach Elementary School
4100 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Real Estate Trends

Single family homes for sale in Mid-Beach moved steadily upwards with as much as 77% appreciation over the last half decade. From 2013 to 2014 alone, the price per square foot increased from $370 to $448 – a 21.1% increase, which outperformed the general market by a wide margin.

Mid-Beach non-waterfront homes for sale have an average price of $1,960,099; while high-end waterfront homes have an average selling price of $10,485,958 that continue to attract high-profile home buyers.

Mid-Beach condos for sale have an average sales price of $1,191,585 and average price per square foot of $1,334.

Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.


Connect With Us

If you have any questions or if you want to request for specific home recommendations, please fill out the form below.