Miami Beach

Miami Beach has several communities along the ocean, each with its own charm and uniqueness.
Starting at the southern tip of the island of Miami Beach is the neighborhood known as “SoFi” short for “South of Fifth” meaning Fifth Street. This is the cool within the cool sub-neighborhood of the Ocean Drive and South Beach scene. Home to the most glamorous condos, fine dining, and celebrity-studded nightlife. This small area offers great small, artsy boutique shopping, and is a source of style, setting trends in art and fashion. SoFi is the most expensive part of South Beach and includes a mix of homes, duplexes, apartments, low-rise condos, mid-rise condos, and exclusive, luxury high-rises. At the end of Miami Beach is “Government Cut” where the cruise ships come and go, and just beyond, ultra-exclusive Fisher Island, accessible only by ferry.

South Beach, also called “SoBe” includes SoFi and goes north to include Lincoln Road, the Art Deco District, and the famed pedestrian mecca, Lincoln Road Mall. South Beach’s famous Ocean Drive has a large pedestrian area, a very wide beach, and a row of original picturesque, pastel, low-rise, Art Deco hotels and condos offering restaurants and bars offering dining and nightlife, inside and outside at sidewalk tables.  A people-watching mecca.  Walk to area restaurants and shopping, or roller blade, or bike . . .

Moving north, next comes the “Millionaire’s Row” of high-rise condos and hotels including the legendary Fontainebleau Hotel, now part of a trio of luxury hotel, condo-hotel, and condo towers.

“Mid-Beach” is an upscale and artchitecturally forward group of newer buildings offering the latest cool features and amenities.

North Beach or “NoBe” is yet another neighborhood with much to offer for those looking for the luxury condo lifestyle. The last to gain momentum in the real estate spectaculation market, North Beach is gaining in popularity.

Miami Beach’s many attractions include international restaurants galore, non-stop nightlife, an arts and culture scene that continues to be on the cutting edge, and blocks and blocks of open-air shopping. Throughout Miami Beach’s coastline, there are many new luxury oceanfront condos offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic, the Intracoastal, Biscayne Bay, and the Miami skyline.  All this is within minutes of Miami, and Miami International airport.  There are many smaller, residential islands in between Miami and Miami Beach, and the drive across the Bay is one of Miami’s most iconic scenes representing the beautiful waterfront lifestyle. Take the picturesque drive across one of four causeways that span Biscayne Bay offering incredible views.  What a commute!

Development/City Price Range Sq. Ft. Range # of Units Completion Dates

1500 Ocean Drive

$599,000 to $2,999,000 112 More Info


$179,000 to $1,300,000 386 More Info

Bath Club

$950,000 to $7,700,000 118 More Info

Bel Aire on the Ocean

$295,000 to $765,000 130 More Info

Bentley Bay North

$446,990 to $699,000 180 More Info

Bentley Bay South

$329,200 to $1,000,000 170 More Info

Blue Diamond

$150,000 to $1,999,000 315 More Info

Canyon Ranch Living Condo

$309,000 to $5,000,000 433 More Info


$2,199,000 to $3,499,000 103 More Info

Edition-Residences at Miami Beach

$2,390,000-$12,500,000 1100-4416 26 First Quarter 2014 More Info

Faena House-Miami Beach

$2,500,000-$50,000,000 1307 sq.ft.- 47 2014 More Info

Fontainebleau II

$330,000 to $1,800,000 460 More Info

Fontainebleau III

$320,000 to $11,750,000 296 More Info

Green Diamond

$599,000 to $2,420,000 315 More Info

IL Villaggio

$795,000 to $6,800,000 127 More Info


$495,000 to $1,226,000 137 More Info

Mei Miami Beach

$849,000 to $1,350,000 135 More Info

Mosaic Miami Beach

$1,150,000 to $3,750,000 88 More Info

Ocean Blue

$184,900 to $550,000 104 More Info

Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach

$1,240,000-$8,135,000 1749-6533 111 2017 More Info

Setai South Beach

$650,000 to $7,500,000 163 More Info

W South Beach

$710,000 to $3,900,000 511 More Info