Heat It Up at South Beach Miami

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Take on the ride to sunshine, waves and sands at South Beach Miami. It is where you get to see beautiful people, places and to match it up with a perfect weather. South Beach’s ideal waterfront location provides a view of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay which is great for water sports and fishing. South Beach Miami will surely give the best experience.

Looking back on 1870 where the area is merely a unsettled Farmland where 160 acres was purchased by the Lum brothers with a purpose of growing coconut trees. The daughter of one of the brothers named it “South Beach” and built their first farmhouse but soon left the island. In 1894, John Collins discovered and expanded his parcel up to what is now 67th street. In 1912, Lummus Brothers purchased 400 acres from Collins brought the idea of developing the place by building modest family homes. A year after Collins decided to build a bridge from Miami with the help of the local resident investors. Carl G. Fisher invested $50,000.00 to realize his vision of the island to be independent from Miami. The “Collins Bridge” was then later replaced by the Venetian CausewayJackie Gleason takes a big part in promoting the place with his comedy show that is taped weekly at the Jackie Gleason Theater. From then on Miami Beach has become a retiring community for the warm weather and cool breeze. But due to high maintenance on the property and building, retirees living on fixed income left the place and South Beach Miami is slowly desolating. It was n 1980 where the place has risen once again to be one of the most successful commercial cities in Miami and to mention the place for the rich and famous

South Beach Miami

South Beach Miami, historic district city, has appealed to the tourists with a boost of arts, music and rich culture. Theaters, orchestras, performance halls, museums, galleries, events, festivals, concerts and youth program showcases Miami’s talents thru music and arts that you just can’t miss. South Beach Miami is a home for the rich, famous, young and beautiful. There is just so much to do around the city. Be what you wanted it to be. South Miami offers the best location for nightoutshoppingdining and clubbing. Look around you might be lucky and get to see your favorite stars. Thbeach of Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay offers a spot for fishing and some fun with the waves under the sun like parasailing, snorkeling, kayaking, diving, ecotourism, swimming with dolphins, watching manatees,The South Beach Miami also has various park to take a trip. Book ahead for nearby hotels. There are two international airports around the community – Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is 20.61 miles and Miami International Airport is 9.16 miles drive. You can never be too far from fun and excitement exploring the city’s rich culture and diversity. You’d want to keep coming back.

 South Beach Miami

Source:
http://www.visitsouthbeachonline.com

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Ralph Magin, GRI, CRB - Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate - Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience - GRI - Graduate Realtors Institute - CRS - Certified Residential Broker - B.A. University of Florida - Nationally Ranked Tennis Player
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