North Miami Beach

North Miami Beach Neighborhood

North Miami Beach is a great suburban city found within the Miami-Dade County area of South Florida. It is situated approximately 3 miles northeast of the North Miami community and 11 miles north of Miami proper. It is also a community that offers great waterfront residential properties as it is located along the Intracoastal Waterway of the region.

The city was one of the many small communities which formed during the time that the Florida East Coast Railway was being constructed by Henry Flagler. It was originally called Fulford by the Sea after the United States Coast Guard Captain William H. Fulford, but it was renamed in 1931 in the hopes of being able to benefit from the massive advertising for the city of Miami Beach.

Today, people who live within the North Miami Beach community are given easy access to popular cities such as Miami and Fort Lauderdale because of the brilliant location of the city. It has even become a hotspot for people who seek world-class shopping centers which can easily be found within the community.

North Miami Beach attractions include the St. Bernard de Clairvaux monastery, the Littman Performing Arts Theater, the Gwen Margolis Amphitheater, and the Fulford Monument. There are also excellent beaches that provide captivating views which enable people to indulge in the finest qualities of living within South Florida today.