Miami was founded by Carl Fisher over 100 years ago. Nowhere is more persuasive to live on the water than Miami Beach. Outside of its pristine climate and oceanside landscape, a hotbed of mansions, bungalows and condominiums offer Miami Beach residents the ultimate reason to love living by the beach. Its real estate domain extends west to the exclusive bay islands of Star Island and Palm Island - Hibiscus Island off MacArthur Causeway to the Venetian Causeway islands from Belle to San Marino and a string of Sunset Islands running parallel to North Bay Road. Sitting between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach represents the epitome of what it means to live waterside, whether it be a signature condominium or bohemian mansions. The city offers something for everyone in dinning, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities. The beach is divided in three sections. South Beach offers the entertainment district. Mid Beach offers reviving Mid Beach and making it a center for cultural exchange and aesthetic design. It’s midcentury-modern buildings, dazzling Miami beaches, and proximity to the city make it a prime location that suits an international crowd. North Beach residents benefit from its reduced congestion, easy access parking, lower living costs, and a breathable small-town feel. Its beaches attract families and couples lounging peacefully, not overshadowed by the presence of resorts or influxes of tourists. North beach is a truly unique extension of Miami beach, with a twist.