Homes for Sale in North Miami Beach

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North Miami Beach Real Estate May 12, 2021
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North Miami Beach Information

The community is surrounded by the neighborhoods of Aventura, Ojus, Golden Glades, and Sunny Isles Beach.

The city of North Miami Beach was originally named Fulford after U.S. Coast Guard Captain William H. Fulford. A 1926 hurricane halted the real estate boom in South Florida and this has forced residents to work together and rebuild the city, leading to the city’s incorporation in 1927.

The neighborhood is under a council-manager system. They have council members that act as leaders and policy makers of the neighborhood. Through the government system, the community built a modern police station and redeveloped several buildings in the Government Center.

Proud Neighborhoods is a community bond program that produced a number of beautification projects, including landscaping, street lighting, sidewalks in every neighborhood in the city.

Part of increasing neighborhood identity, North Miami Beach has four (4) community centers: Uleta and Victory Park Community Centers, both built in 1966; Washington Park Community Center built in 1968; and Allen Park Youth Center completed in 1968.

Getting around town is easy since the neighborhood has 17 Miami-Dade Transit agency bus routes and local municipal circulator system that go throughout the city. The residents also benefit from the neighborhood’s proximity to Golden Glades Intermodal Transit Center in Interstate 95 adjacent to the southwestern part of the city.

Nearby Attractions

The community is also home to Judge Arthur I. Snyder Tennis Center that has six lighted lay-kold hard tennis courts, 12 clay hydrogrid tennis courts, two Paddleball courts, and four Racquetball courts. The center also has a picnic area, clubhouse, and a pro-shop.

Although the neighborhood’s boundaries no longer extend to the Atlantic Ocean, it is popular for its ocean beaches. Haulover Beach, under the management of the Dade County Parks and Recreation, is a clothing optional beach frequented by locals and tourists.

The community is also famous for its Medieval Spanish monastery, St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church, which was built in the 12th century in Segovia, Spain. It is a popular choice for weddings. Some of the popular attractions in the neighborhood include the Fulford-by-the-Sea Monument and the Mall at the 163rd Street.

The city is famous for offering a variety of ethnic Asian cuisine along 163rd Street and 167th Street of the neighborhood, also known as “Chinatown.”