North Miami Beach is a bustling area to the North of Miami, embosomed with lavish palm trees and impeccable landscaping. It is conveniently located close to all major local attractions, including the business, historical, cultural areas of Miami, and laid-back neighborhoods of Miami Beach with colorful restaurants and shops lined by splendid white sandy Atlantic beaches.
There is no lacking in leisure activities in this neighborhood either: it features an array of schools, an oceanarium, numerous fitness centers, several parks, and the scenic Greynolds Golf Course.
North Miami Beach is ideal for everyone looking for a metropolitan residence with all the big city perks, but with a tropical resort vibe. Although bigger beaches are only a short drive away, North Miami Beach has its own access to the ocean with several yacht clubs and private docking facilities.
Local residences offer exquisite panoramic views of the busy marinas of Biscayne Bay, green surroundings of Greynolds Park, or the gorgeous Miami skyline.
North Miami Beach main attractions
The Mall at 163rd Street is an enclosed shopping mall and a power center with a wide range of leisure and children’s amenities, along with shopping options for any wallet.
St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church is a Medieval Spanish Monastery with a history that separates it from any other structure of the same level. It was originally built in Spain in the 12th century but was purchased by an American businessman and shipped to the United States in the 1920s. Nowadays, it is a popular tourist attraction and a wedding spot.
Judge Arthur I. Snyder Tennis Center, which includes 12 clay hydro-grid tennis courts, half of which are lighted, six lighted lay-kold hard tennis courts, four racquetball courts, and two paddleball courts. The center also features a clubhouse and pro-shop, a picnic area, as well as a lounge and shower facilities.