South Beach & Fisher Island
Affectionately known as SoBe, South Beach was the first section of Miami to be developed as far back as the 1910s.
A thriving center for beautiful beaches, nightlife, shopping, and dining, South Beach’s real estate runs north from 5th street to 22nd street.
A major destination for tourists from all across the globe, South Beach is packed with condos and historic Art Deco hotels like the Colony and the Beacon.
Its brightly painted lifeguard stands line the beautiful beaches at every block. A fast-growing mode of transportation in South Beach is the bicycle. New programs like the “Deco Bikes” allow residents and visitors alike to rent designated bicycles from strategically placed stands throughout the area.
Enjoy the sunshine at Lincoln Road, an outdoor mall lined with boutique shops, bars, restaurants, and theaters.
Real estate options in South Beach consist primarily of condos, ranging from luxury oceanfront buildings such as 1500 Ocean and Capri South Beach to smaller, more budget-friendly buildings located just a few blocks of the beach.
Art Deco district. Landmark lifeguard stands. Lively atmosphere.
Fisher Island is a private island located just off the MacArthur Causeway to Miami Beach. Founded by Carl Fisher, Fisher Island was held by the Vanderbilt family until the 1960s when it was sold for redevelopment.
Eventually, the modern day Fisher Island started to take shape in the 1980s as Mediterranean structures began to populate the island.
Today Fisher Island is an enclave of exclusive residences that enjoy amenities including a hotel, an observatory and a private marina. Island residents travel to and from Fisher Island via a ferry. The former Vanderbilt mansion serves as the Islands’ main clubhouse.
Fisher Island real estate options include condominiums and villas of all sizes. Many of the residences are oceanfront. Fisher Island is one of the most expensive residential opportunities in Miami Beach.