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MIAMI BEACH


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Miami Beach is its own distinct island and city, just under 90 blocks in length and over a mile wide with the Biscayne Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Miami Beach has been a tourist destination since before its incorporation in 1915. Despite its small size, it is a densely populated, urban area with just under 90,000 residents, 55.5% of whom are foreign born. Due to its rich culture and chic style, it is a highly sought after real estate market among both local or international investors and out-of-towners seeking a second home.

South Beach, otherwise known as SOBE (pronounced soh-bee), is the southernmost 23 blocks of Miami Beach. South Beach has a number of attractive gems. The beach is a must-see, stretching the entire length of the island with pristine, topaz water and soft sand. Bordering the water is the appropriately named Ocean Drive. Ocean Drive has over 800 beautifully preserved Art Deco buildings and hotels, in addition to the former Versace Mansion, one of the most photographed homes in America.

Lincoln Road, located south of 17th Street, is a pedestrian mall lined with boutique and national retail stores such as Anthropologie, Penguin, Lucky Brand Jeans, and about one hundred more. In addition to stores, Lincoln Road has fine restaurants and bars, a multiplex cinema and a concert hall. Just 2 blocks south of Lincoln Road is Espanola Way. With buildings modeled after the artistic and romantic Mediterranean villages in Paris and Spain, it is a little slice of bohemian Europe, complete with authentic, moderately price cuisine like Italian at Hosteria Romana and Spanish at Tapas & Tintos.

South Beach is a cultural mecca. Gaze at art from around the world in the Bass Museum of Art or at The Wolfsonian, which features of 70,000 individual pieces from around the globe. Broadway shows, concerts, expositions, and special events are featured year-round at the Jackie Gleason Theater, Miami Beach Convention Center, or Lincoln Theater. The Alliance Cinema specializes in foreign, art, documentary, and independent films and every second Thursday, the streets of Miami Beach turn into a celebration of culture with open dance, music and theater rehearsals, lectures, and art gallery openings and receptions.

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