Miami Beach is a long barrier island located between the Atlantic Ocean and the bay of Biscayne, which separates it from mainland Miami. Its north end is capped by the prestigious Golden Beach neighborhood and to its south rests Fisher Island, a neighborhood reached only by water and with one of the highest income levels in the country. Its geographical location rewards the island with predominant SE winds that help cool it in the summer and warm it in the winter. Miami Beach is not only a great place to live for its 90K plus citizens, but also a great jumping off place to the world’s best locations. From Miami Beach you can reach the Bahamas and the Florida Keys by boat in less than 1.5 hours and drive to the Miami International airport in less than 30 minutes.
Miami Beach is comprised of several distinct neighborhoods, all with water access. Each of these neighborhoods have characteristics that makes it attractive to those who are either looking to be full-time residents, raise a family, hide from the winter, enjoy and relax, party, or invest to take advantage of appreciation, rental income or development opportunities.
Miami Beach has to be “lived” or “visited” to be fully understood. There are no written words that can fully describe its beauty and uniqueness. The island has been ranked as the premier beach location in the United States since the early 20th century. With long white sand beaches to its east and the plentiful boat docking to its west, it offers something to all who love the sun and water. Its concept of “outdoor healthy living” is supported by its many parks, golf courses, tennis facilities and athletic clubs. The architecture offers a mixture of Art Deco, Spanish and Miami Modern (MIMO) classics combined with newer ultra-modern structures surrounded by lush vegetation and tall royal palm trees.
During the last 30 years Miami Beach has evolved into a mecca for jet-setters, high voltage chefs, and those seeking to enjoy the night-life and the arts. It has also grown into an attractive and vibrant community with strong government institutions, multiple denomination religious centers, diverse shopping and great schools. For many who work in other parts of Miami, crossing the causeway over the blue waters of Biscayne Bay, going home to Miami Beach, is like a breath of fresh air.
There is no other place in the world like Miami Beach. We invite you to join us in paradise.