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Art, fashion, sunshine, nightlife. South Beach is Miami's epicenter of international culture and entertainment. SoBe is a neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach that encompasses the 23 blocks from Indian Creek to Government Cut, with the Atlantic Ocean bordering to the east and Biscayne Bay bordering to the west. The gentle waves are emerald colored and kissed by the warm Gulf Stream current. The mean temperature ranges from a high of 73°F (23°C) in February to a high of 84°F (29°C) from July through September.
South Beach is renowned for its Art Deco, Streamline Moderne and Nautical Modern architecture. The colorful buildings are distinctly Miami and widely noticed in Hollywood movies such as "Scarface" and TV shows such as "Miami Vice".
South Beach is a major entertainment desitination, with countless bars, lounges, nightclubs, restaurants and shopping destinations. In the bistros that line Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road, business tycoons lunch next to sports stars, super models and recording artists. Other popular areas include Espanola Way, Washington Avenue, Alton Road and Collins Avenue. An internationally diverse mix of visitors and residents create a vibrant and exciting culture.
South Beach is also home to outdoor recreation and various cultural pursuits. Popular parks include Ocean Drive's Lummus Park, South Pointe Park and Flamingo Park. The Miami Beach Golf Club is also located in South Beach. Cultural institutions include the Bass Museum, the Wolfsonian-FIU, the Jackie Gleason Theater, the Colony Theater, the Miami City Ballet and the New World Symphony.
Numerous renowned festivals take place in South Beach every year. Some of these include the South Beach Food and Wine Festival in February, Winter Music Conference in March, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami in July and Art Basel Miami in December.
The waterfront and ocean inlet in the southernmost portion of South Beach is lined with sparkling glass towers providing the ultimate in luxury condominium living. The South-of-Fifth (SoFi) neighborhood in South Beach is home to some of the most exclusive real estate in South Florida, including the Apogee, Continuum and new construction.
South-of-Fifth (SOFI): Aptly named, South-of-Fifth is the most prestigious neighborhood in South Beach and runs from Fifth Street down to the southern end of Miami Beach. The area includes some of Miami's most iconic condominium towers, including The Continuum, Apogee and 321 Ocean. SOFI is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay and Goverment Cut on 3 sides, ensuring water views from many residences. It is also home to the beautiful South Pointe Park, a 17-acre oasis offering walking trails, playgrounds and green space. South-of-Fifth is regarded as a quiet, family-friendly sanctuary close to all the action of South Beach. It is also home to many of Miami's most notable restaurants, including Prime 112, Joe's Stone Crab and Smith & Wollensky. The Miami Beach Marina in SOFI offers 400 slips to accommodate vessels up to 250 feet in length and extremely quick access to the Atlantic Ocean. Residents also enjoy the proximity to the MacArthur Causeway/I-395, which connects Miami Beach to mainland Miami.
County : Miami Dade
Total Area : 2.69 square miles (6.97 square kilometers)
Elevation : 4 feet (1.2 meters)
Population : 39,186
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