North Beach

North Beach

Miami Beach, Florida Homes for Sale

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About North Beach

North Beach is the opposite twin of South Beach. Both have beautiful beaches, however, North Beach is the least-recognized in the city. Not to say that North Beach isn’t cool, it is actually preferred over South Beach by the locals for its calm demeanor and low-key excitement. You will find more families and tourists who want to enjoy the weather and gorgeous landscape without the tension and over exuberance of the Southern portion of Miami Beach. There is more ample parking, a boardwalk for exercising or strolling down the beach, and affordable main street dining.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $139,000 to $26,500,000

Closed Prices: $355 to $36,000,000

Median Sale Price: $374,000

Average $ per sq ft: $925

Association Fee Ranges: $1200, $0 to $6729/quarter, $0 to $10000, $0 to $7964/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1926 to 2023

Sq. Ft.: 172 to 9551 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 10 Bathrooms

Getting Around North Beach

Around North Beach

North Beach displays architecture from the 1960’s modern art scene. The area is a mix of single-family and multi-family residences further inland, and high-rise condos and hotels along the beach. Although most homes have not undergone a major renovation since its construction when compared to South Beach, the cost of living in North Beach is much more affordable. The neighborhood is within walking distance to everything like the beach, and if walking is not your thing, a free trolley will take you to your destination.

Along many of the main streets in all directions, namely Collins and Normandy Isles, there is a wide variety of culinary styles. From upscale Asian fusion restaurants to local bodegas that sell traditional Cuban sandwiches, North Beach does not fall short on culture or cuisine. An array of Spanish cafes as well as local supermarkets where Spanish is the main language have the best baked goods, known as pastelés, in the neighborhood. Large art deco hotels also house some of the best restaurants in North Beach.

Locals and tourists alike enjoy the best that North Beach has to offer. Restaurants, parks, and the beach are all favorites of those living and visiting the neighborhood. You will see people from various backgrounds meshing to form a smorgasbord of personalities, styles, and behaviors. North Beach is less pretentious than its twin South beach, however, there is no lack of beautiful sights and people parading around the neighborhood.

North Beach derives its entertainment from the local crowds. Restaurants transform from touristy dining during the day to common hangouts for residents at night. The actual beach is less restricted than South Beach, and every month on a full moon the beach converts into an eclectic party of drumbeats, fire dancers, and observers that locals refer to as the “Drum Circle”.

Sundays are known for the beach. Most of the crowds on the beach will be family-oriented with tourists in-between. Many of the small local cafes are closed during this time, as many take this day to attend church or the parks and beaches. The boardwalk trail is usually full on Sundays with bikers, runners, strollers, and people walking their pets. Boats and jet skis can be seen off the coast, while on the beach wake boarders and volleyball players enjoy the sun and ocean breeze.

Locals Love

  • Parks and open spaces
  • Farmers market and boardwalk
  • Family-friendly environment
  • Beautiful beaches

Locals Don't Love

  • Traffic
  • Rising prices
  • Drawbridge

Neighborhood Reviews

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Favorite Miami 'hood!

Perry G
Close enough to all the action, nightlife, and top restaurants in SoBe, however this area is a bit quieter and more low key.
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