North Miami Beach
|North Miami Beach nickname is NMB.|
NMB is a city in Miami-Dade County, it was originally named Fulford in 1926 after Captain William H. Fulford of the U.S. Coast Guard.
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In 1931 it was given its actual name.
In the year 2005, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 39,921.
Although the NMB border once elongated to the Atlantic Ocean, the city no longer has any beaches inside its limits, although there is a short length away beyond the inlet.
The racial shape of the city is about 24% White, 39% African American, 0.30% Native American, 4% Asian, 0.07% Pacific Islander, 4% from other races and 5% from two or more races.
Hispanic or Latino is about 30% of the population.
As well as being the business center of Miami's small Indian American, Indo-Caribbean American and Chinese American community it also has a large hatian community.
Located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale and alongside the Golden Glades Interchange where I-95, Florida's Turnpike, and the Palmetto Expressway meet, NMB is at the "Crossroads of South Florida".
The central location and easy access has made North Miami Beach one of South Florida's best known regional shopping areas and one of its most popular sites for office users.
Shoppers and commuters find they can reach North Miami Beach from basically all of South Florida in less than 30 minutes.
Homeowners can find everything from cozy starter homes to beautiful waterfront properties.
Condominiums and rental apartments in an variety of convenient and elegant locations are also available.
Parks, beaches, and bays abound, along with a wide variety of recreational, cultural, and dining opportunities.
The primary language of the citizens included English at 38%, Spanish 32%, French Creole 19%, French 2.33%, Chinese 1.55% and Portuguese at 1.20% of the population.
Haulover Park and Haulover Beach, organized by Miami-Dade County Parks and Recreation, has a popular clothing optional beach.
There is a historical marker at the original site of the Haulover Marina committed to the first charter-boat captains in the State of Florida, therefore starting the industry.
Public Elementary Schools:
Fulford Elementary School
Greynolds Park Elementary School
Ojus Elementary School
Public Middle School:
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Middle School
Highland Oaks Middle School
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