South Beach

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South Beach Miami is a trendy neighborhood sandwiched by the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Known for its playful vibe, South Beach is an emerging haven with beachfront residential and commercial properties that attract wealthy investors and residents.

The Neighborhood

Located east of the city proper, South Beach covers all the Miami Beach barrier islands south of the Indian Creek. It is the first Miami Beach section to undergo development in the early 1900s. The construction of the Collins Bridge connecting the Miami mainland to the beaches sparked the influx of residents and businesses in the area.

Once a farmland, the neighborhood of South Beach began many developments as early as 1912 when the Lummus Brothers acquired and converted 400 acres of land to an oceanfront city of single family homes. By 1930s, an architectural revolution occurred in South Beach.

Most of the homes follow Streamline Moderne, Nautical Moderne, and Art Deco architectural styles, but much of it were lost to developers before 1980. A cohesive unit of properties saved by the efforts of historic advocates and is now part of the National Register of Historic Places.

1989 saw the rebirth of commercial developments in the area, with a host of fashion agencies building their offices in South Beach. Today, South Beach is among the wealthiest neighborhoods in the area with many investors choosing to live in upscale condominiums worth millions.

South Beach has numerical streets running east-west, including South Pointe Drive, one block south of First Street, and the Lincoln Road that runs parallel between 16th and 17th street. The city also has 13 neighborhoods including City Center, Bell Isle, Di Lido Island, Flagler Monument Island, Hibiscus Island, Flamingo/Lummus, Rivo Alto Island, Palm Island, San Marino Island, South Pointe, Star Island, South of Fifth, and West Avenue Corridor.

South Beach is a go-to destination of tourists because of its proximity to the Miami International Airport and its easy access to the bustling neighborhoods of Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, and Coconut Grove.

While South Beach does not have any direct Metrorail stations, the residents have no problem going around the neighborhood with South Beach Local. The neighborhood also has access to Metrobus lines that connects them with the Metrorail and Downtown Miami.

Airport-Beach Express also brings commuters from the Miami International Airport to major South Beach points. Even these public transportation are available; most of the residents in South Beach go around the neighborhood by bicycle, motorcycle, walking, or roller blading.

The neighborhood is also home to a number of parks including Collins Park, Flamingo Park, Lummus Park, and South Beach Park to name a few.

South Beach

Things To Do

South Beach is a major entertainment destination where activities know no sunrise or sunset. Its beaches are a favorite among European tourists who enjoy topless sunbathing. It is also known for the colorful lifeguard towers that complements the neighborhood playful vibe.

The Venetian Causeway is a famous bicycle commuter route for those who want to go to Downtown from the neighborhood.

With its energetic and artistic atmosphere combined, South Beach hosts a number of festivals including Art Basel Miami, Miami International Film Festival, Miami Fashion Week, Food Network South Beach Wine and Food Festival, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami, Winter Music Conference, and White Party.

Residents can enjoy a trip down memory lane with South Beach’s historic museums including Miami Holocaust Memorial, Jewish Museum of Florida, and Bass Museum.

Surely residents will never run out of things to do in South Beach. For a relaxing day, they can choose to watch performances in any of the theaters within the neighborhood including Lincoln Theater, Miami City Ballet, Jacki Gleason Theater, New World Center, Regal Cinemas South Beach, and SoBe Institute of the Arts.

The most popular street in the South Beach neighborhood is the Washington Avenue where the world’s largest nightclubs, Cameo and Mansion, are located.

South Beach has popular entertainment streets lined with quirky shops and dining options. Lincoln Road is a pedestrian-only shopping street once known as an arts and cultural center. It has since evolved and became one of the neighborhood’s trendiest streets hosting a number of specialty shops and fine dining options.

Top Restaurants In South Beach

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

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

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

4. La Sandwicherie
229 14th St
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-8934

5. Spitfire
405 15th St
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 851-5828

6. Havana 1957
1410 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 763-8671

7. Poseidon Greek Restaurant & Outdoor Lounge
1131 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-4434

8. Bolivar Restaurant Lounge
841 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 671-5335

9. Taquiza
1506 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 748-6099

10. Go-Go
926 Alton Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 673-3137


South Beach is home to many high-rise condominiums fitted with modern amenities and elegant finishes. This includes:


Miami-Dade County Public Schools serves the students in the neighborhood. Public schools include South Pointe Elementary School, Feinberg-Fisher Elementary School and Miami Beach Senior High School.
The full list of South Beach schools includes:

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

Design & Architecture Senior High School
4001 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33137

Mast Academy
3979 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

New World School Of The Arts
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

School for Advanced Studies-Wolfson
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

Ada Merritt K-8 Center
660 Southwest 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33130

Miami Arts Charter School
3900 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137

I Preparatory Academy
1500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132

Charter High School of The Americas
984 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130

Miami Children’s Museum Charter School
980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132

Law Enforcement Officers Memorial High School
300 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33128

Real Estate Trends

West Corridor Avenue bounded by Alton Road and Biscayne Bay are where most of the residential neighborhoods are. The corridor now has a mix of single family homes, original Art-Deco buildings, and a collection of mid-rise and high-rise condominiums.

Investors are looking into banking in property investments while South Beach homes property valuation are down by as much as 23 percent. Three-bedroom properties have median sales price of $2,700,000 from a $3,005,000 from last year. Average sales price per square foot decreased to $1,229 from $1,247.

These price trends are moving the properties in the neighborhood. Single family homes for sale enjoy a steady 5 percent increase in sales, with most home buyers looking for bigger properties in less dense areas in the neighborhood.

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