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North Miami Beach South Florida


A planned perfect city is now a city sought for a community conducive for a growing family with all the amenities and great view. The City of North Miami Beach takes on the highlight for its way to development.


North Miami Beach 2Captain William H. Fulford has the eyes for the land of today’s North Miami Beach along with his exploration despite the mangroves, lowland and marshes in the area of the Atlantic side – the Big Snake Creek(later Oleta Park). In 1980’s, farm were established near the Oleta Park and the area was named after a Seminole word Ojus which means plenty by a farmer, Albert Fitch. It was then in 1900’s when miming flourished and discovered that the rock of Ojus was ideal for road building. The continuous mining created lakes in the neighborhood. A man by the name of Lafe Allen, a former newspaper owner, and associates came to Florida and purchased 557 acres of land. They planned a perfect city of residential and commercial area with wide avenues which was then realized to be the Fulford Boulevard (now known as NE 172nd Street) and and Flagler Boulevard (now known as NE 19th Avenue. 1920’s was a significant year for the city for the Florida land boom. The city has sold a number of land and the city has continued to develop.


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The City of North Miami Beach yesterdays:

  • Administrative buildings were in the central park which now the occupied by the city hall building.
  • WGBU, one of the first radio stations in South Florida began broadcasting
  • Largest fountains in South Florida was built at the entrance to the Fulford-by-the-Sea
  • Many investors came to Florida from all over the US
  • Fulford-Miami Speedway held its first and only racing event attracting a crowd of 20,000 spectators

Unfortunately, the city went through the unfortunate hands of the nature in the form of hurricane in 1926 that ended the South Florida real estate boom. Despite the devastating damage, the local residents consolidated to obtain funds and alleviate their loss as the town of Fulford and later became an incorporated City of Fulford. The name of the municipality was changed from Fulford to North Miami Beach to reflect the 1931 boundaries and to take advantage of the nationwide advertising associated with the Miami Beach area in an effort to capitalize on that city’s growing fame.

In the passage of years, City of North Miami Beach developed into a city with marvelous sight and a community that excels in the growth and development of every resident. This is the realization of the ideals of the once “planned perfect city”

This could be the perfect community for your family. Find your home now at the city of North Miami Beach.


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Check out homes for sale in North Miami Beach. Contact Ralph Magin, your trusted real estate agent, at 305-741-2142 or visit for real estate inquiries.

Ralph Magin, GRI, CRB, Broker Associate
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
40 Years Experience Over 3,000 Homes Sold
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Ralph Magin, GRI, CRB - Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate - Broker Associate – 40 Years Experience - GRI - Graduate Realtors Institute - CRS - Certified Residential Broker - B.A. University of Florida - Nationally Ranked Tennis Player
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