Just next door to South Beach is its mature sibling, Mid Beach. Home to "Millionaires Row", the chic seaside neighborhood stretches a vast 40 blocks along the ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. What was once only a destination point for wealthy travellers has now become home to many, all while remaining a hotel hotspot. Famous for buildings like the Fontainebleau, Eden Roc, and the Green & Blue Diamond, luxurious living is the vibe. But don't be fooled, you don't need to stay at a resort to feel a part of the swanky Mid Beach crowd. The mainly residential area is known for its waterfront mansions and quiet lifestyle.
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41st street is home to most of the shops and restaurants in the neighborhood. One of the oldest and most recoginzed restaurants in MIami, The Forge, is located here.
In between fancy cars and fine dining, you’ll find quick eateries and places for you to run all the errands.
The wooden boardwalk is perfect for a run before hitting the water.
Kick your feet back and enjoy the hues of blue.
The most historically and architecturally significant hotel in Miami Beach, the famed Fontainebleau, underwent a $1 billion restoration in 2008.
This mega resort is equipped with eight high profile restaurants, LIV nightclub, plenty of pools, and a luxury spa.
Why decide between the pool or beach, when you could choose both?
The annual Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show is held here. Boat enthusiasts come from all over the world to attend.
Even if you’re not a boater, it’s the perfect time of the year to grab a drink take in the sights.
Waterfront condos and homes are the norm in Mid Beach.
Everywhere you look, you’ll find rare and desirable property.
Reside in a laidback environment where the water is visible from most parts of town.