About Miami Beach
Miami Beach is one of the main coastal resort cities which comprises Miami-Dade County in Florida. As of 2010, the city had a total population of 87,779, with an ever increasing expansion of residential communities and a progressive urbanization of various cultures, dialects and languages. Miami Beach is located on an array of natural and man-made barrier islands amidst the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The Bay serves as the primary body of water separating the Beach from Miami city proper. Surrounded by neighborhoods and establishments such as South Beach, which comprises the southernmost point of Miami Beach, along with Downtown Miami, the Art Deco Historic District, and the Port of Miami, Miami Beach is an extremely popular and sought after residential district. The commercial districts in Miami Beach serve as tremendous economic and tourist hotspots which are imitated throughout the world.
Miami Beach has served as one of America’s most prominent and pre-eminent beach resorts since the early 20th Century. The city has a rich history of the arts, culture and vivacious nightlife. From internationally famous nightclubs, entertainment venues and nearby sporting attractions, Miami Beach is a major contributor to the expanding arts communities and cultural dwellings which characterize the Beach as a world-class destination.
Despite infrequent cold fronts, Miami Beach is well known for its warms, generally humid weather. Due to constant ocean breezes, Miami Beach has a lower heat index than municipalities located in inland South Florida.
One of the most popular destinations in Miami Beach is the Art Deco-Historic District. Since 1979, the Art Deco-District has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as a must see destination according to USA Today. The District is comprised of a whimsical collection of more than 800 architecturally protected buildings from the 1930’s and 1940’s. The Art Deco-District has the world’s largest Art Deco architecture, and encompasses hundreds of Hotels, apartments, and restaurants constructed in the 1900’s.
Miami Beach is an ideal tourist destination as well as prime real-estate for high class, trendy, and internationally renowned living. Miami Beach’s expanding economy, prospering businesses, and commercial centers are all of immense appeal for an interesting and fast paced Florida lifestyle.
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