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Miami Beach Condos Real Estate

Miami Beach is categorized as South, Mid and North Beach. Each have their own distinct character.

South Beach
South of Fifth spans from the bay to the beach. It is regarded as the most exclusive area and has amazing restaurants like Joe’s Stone Crab (Miami Beach’s oldest), Milos and Prime 112. SoFi also has an amazing promenade along the marina, park and pier. The marina has and restaurants (Monty’s, Texas de Brazil, La Piagga Beach Club) along-side. Residents can charter boats or rent dock space from the marina. SoFi is home to Icon Miami Beach, Murano Grande, Continuum, Murano Portofino, Apogee, Ocean House, Glass, 321 and Portofino Towers (among others).

Sunset Harbour is an area that is very popular by locals. Several restaurants and other businesses have relocated from Lincoln Road to this area. Pub Belly restaurant was a catalyst for many other eateries to setup shop including Panther Coffee and Ice Box. There is a marina located just behind the Sunset Harbour 1800 and 1900 condo towers. New condos like Palau are now being built in the area.

Art Deco District
Ocean Drive and Collins along the Art Deco area have many hotels and some are luxury condo/hotels like the Setail, W and 1 Hotel. The Art Deco District is located closely to Lincoln Rd. which is a pedestrian friendly outdoor shopping destination. The New World Symphony is located to the north of Lincoln Rd., on the corner of Washington and 17th. Locals love to check out performances there and the Fillmore (across the street). Make sure to attend one of the WallCast performances. Performances or movies are projected on the outside of the NWS while guests setup picnic areas.

The Venetian Islands are located just to the north of Palm, Hibiscus and Star Island between Miami Beach and Downtown. Belle Isle is the eastern most island which is comprised of multiple condominiums and the Standard hotel. West of that is Rivo Alto, Dilido and San Marino which all consists of single family homes. The western most island, San Marco, includes both condominiums like 1000 Venetian and single family homes. The Venetian Causeway is a toll road with two draw bridges for boaters travelling through the intracoastal.

Mid Beach previously only had the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc to boast about. Since the renovation and expansion of the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc (now includes Nobu Hotel inside) other hotels have joined the area including Soho House and the Confidante. The biggest change to the area is the Faena District. This has brought high end luxury condos such as Faena House as well as the Faena Hotel and Residences along with shopping, performing arts theater and restaurants. Luxury buildings in this area include Mosaic, Beach 8, Caribbean, Blue and Green Diamond, Bath Club and Mei.

North Beach mainly consists of some lower rise condo buildings along the bay and high rise condo buildings along the beach. Some retail is located in the middle of the two. A Publix grocery, Wells Fargo Bank and new retail stores have open in recent years. Popular eateries include Fifi’s, Prima Pasta and Norman’s. 87 Park and L’Atelier are blazing a trail for new luxury in the area and also participating in improvements of the North Shore Open Space Park. Luxury buildings in this area include the Carillon (formerly Canyon Ranch) and Akoya. Located to the west of North Beach is the gated community of Aqua on Allison Island. It includes several low rise condo buildings and townhomes. North Bay Village is located to the north of Allison Island and has many condominium buildings and typically offers a less expensive option to other areas in Miami Beach.

Listing image of Ocean House courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens.

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