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Nautilus Miami is a neighborhood within the Mid-Beach area of Miami Beach located at the north of Bayshore community. Its central location allows its residents to enjoy the many offerings of both South Beach and North Beach, making it an enviable place to live.

The Neighborhood

Bounded by Surprise Lake and 47th Street to the north, 41st Street to the south, Biscayne Waterway to the east and Biscayne Bay to the west, Nautilus Miami is a neighborhood known for its historic buildings that are now receiving major redevelopments.

It is home to the Mt. Sinai Medical Center at 4300 Alton Road, making it an ideal enclave for retirees. Pinetree Park is lush green space in Nautilus that features a dog park, lots of sitting areas and shady walking trails. Other parks near the neighborhood are Margaret Pace Park, Morningside Park and Legion Park.

It has a Walk Score of 68 and a Transit Score of 55.

South Beach is just 11 minutes away from the neighborhood via the Alton Road, while Downtown Miami, American Airlines Miami and Miami-Dade College-Wolfson Campus are all under 15 minutes from Nautilus Miami.

Miami International Airport is about 17 minutes away via I-195.

For some taste of arts and culture, Nautilus Miami residents only travel for 8 minutes to reach the hip and edgy districts of Design District and Midtown/Wynwood.

Things To Do

Nautilus has few restaurants within the neighborhood. Some of them are The Forge, Scarpetta, Nobu Miami Beach and Cecconi’s.

But its location in between South Beach and North Beach gives Nautilus Miami residents access to restaurants, bars and other recreational areas. Restaurants near Nautilus include Essensia Restaurant + Lounge, Pubbelly, The Dutch and The Bazaar.

Nearby bars and pubs are Norman’s Tavern, Mike’s at Venetia, Finnegan’s Road, Clandestino Pub and Churchill’s Pub.

Top Restaurants In Nautilus

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

2. Cafe Avanti Italian Restaurant
732 41st St
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 538-4400

3. Jaya
2001 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(855) 923-7899

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

5. Talde
4041 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(786) 605-4094

6. The Salty Donut
4041 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140

7. 27 Restaurant & Bar
2727 Indian Creek Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 531-2727

8. Hakkasan
4441 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(786) 276-1388

9. Tasty Beach Cafe
4041 Royal Palm Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 673-5483

10. Seagrape
4041 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(786) 605-4043


Nautilus is home to some of Miami’s beautiful high rises that offers outstanding views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Biscayne Bay. This includes:

Condos in Nautilus

  • The Ewing Condo
  • Lake View
  • Ritz-Carlton Residences
  • The Carriage House
  • Nautilus Towers


Students in Nautilus get their education from Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The neighborhood is home to the North Beach Elementary School and Nautilus Middle School.

The full list of Nautilus schools includes:

David Lawrence Jr. K-8 Center
15000 Bay Vista, North Miami, FL 33181

Van E. Blanton Elementary School
10327 Northwest 11th Avenue, Miami, FL 33150

Fulford Elementary School
16140 Northeast 18th Avenue, North Miami Beach, FL 33162

Natural Bridge Elementary School
1650 Northeast 141st Street, North Miami, FL 33181

Biscayne Elementary School
800 77th St, Miami Beach, FL 33141

Alonzo And Tracy Mourning Senior High Biscayne Bay Campus
2601 Northeast 151st Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Real Estate Trends

Homes for sale in Nautilus indicated a strong year over year performance, with its median sales price appreciating by a staggering 154% or an increase of as much as $1.8 million in property prices. Average sales price per square foot also increased from $459 to $750.

Majority of the surge in prices are seen in 3-bedroom properties with a median sales price of $3 million compared with last year’s $1,165,000 price.

Median rent in Nautilus also experienced a rise of 12% per month at $9,500. The rent is higher than the $2,500 average of Miami because of the high demand for the properties in the neighborhood. Currently, about 95% of the properties are occupied by homeowners.

The median household income of residents is presently at $89,937, which is a good reflection of the high percentage (83%) of individuals having college degrees.

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