Luxury Communities in Miami: Part OneJuly 30, 2012
South Florida is known as the financial gateway to Latin America, and the luxury condominiums that saw high into the Miami skyline at Brickell Avenue are said to be at the heart of this financial gateway. At one time known as millionaires Row, Brickell Avenue, was the first choice for entrepreneurs and business people from around the world when it came to locating their South Florida headquarters. Offerings the convenience of being just minutes from downtown Miami, Brickell Avenue condos boast superb, panoramic views of key Biscayne, the Grove, South beach and the Miami skyline. The area is awash with combos the sale, with more and more seemingly becoming available with each passing day. Truly, this elite district is perfect for all of your needs.
Probably the best thing about living at Brickell Avenue is the abundance of dining venues and entertainment options in the area. The nearby Bayside marketplace, with all of its luxury boutiques, concert venues and world-class restaurants, is literally just moments away. Meanwhile, the American Airlines arena, home to the Miami heat as well as dozens of concerts and special events throughout the year, is located right on your doorstep.
The island paradise of key Biscayne manages to somehow recapture that small-town community feeling despite being just 8 miles away from downtown Miami, one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world. Key Biscayne is a 4.5 mi.² island blessed with miles upon miles of sandy beaches, as well as natural attractions like its 400 acres of land, and the Cape Florida state Park that encompasses some 406 acres at the southernmost tip of the island.
If you’re looking for a more laid-back lifestyle, then Miami Beach is the place for you. With miles upon miles of uncrowded, soft silky sands, as well as all the amenities you could ever need, you wonder why you didn’t move here 20 years ago. The pace of life at Miami Beach might be a little bit more relaxed, but there’s still lots to do including voting, golf, tennis, biking, and of course relaxing and soaking up the sun at the magnificent beach. Despite being comparatively quiet compared to other parts of Miami, there is still a great selection of shops and restaurants, while the hustle and bustle of South beach and downtown Miami is never too far away.