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Sunset Harbour – Neighborhood Guide

Sunset Harbour- Neighborhood

Bounded by – Biscayne Bay on the West and North, Alton Road on the East and Dade Blvd on the South.

Sunset Harbour has become one of Miami Beach’s most popular and desired residential neighborhoods. Found in South Beach, and steps from Lincoln Road, The Sunset Harbour neighborhood not only has some of the best restaurants, but is also known for it’s healthy lifestyle as it’s home to a number of workout gyms and yoga studio’s. Part of the area is right on Biscayne Bay and is a great spot to get out on the water and enjoy. It also is one of the few areas in Miami Beach that has a dedicated boat ramp for boaters, and a dock area for kayak and paddleboard drop-off. For larger boats you will also find the Sunset Harbour Yacht Club which has marina slips from 45 feet up to 120 feet for the large Yachts.

docksfor the boaters. and th and fitness centers around including many yoga studiois the one of the hottest area’s in Miami Beach. This chain of islands connects Miami Beach to Downtown Miami via The Venetian Causeway. It is a 2-lane road where cars must obey reduced speeds so it is the safest route and therefore the preferred route for runner’s, cyclist’s and rollerblader’s. One of the best things about the Venetian Isle’s, as the local’s call it, is that it truly is a neighborhood for the resident’s as there is no commercial or retail properties with the exception of The Standard Hotel.

The Eastern most island is called Belle Isle which is mainly made up of high-rise condo buildings and the popular Standard Hotel. The Condo Buildings are 3 Island Ave, 5 Island Ave, 9 Island Ave, 11 Island Ave (Costa Brava), 16 Island Ave, 20 island Ave and 10 Venetian Way, The Grand and the smallest one is 1 Century Lane (The Vistas) which is right next to The Standard.

The next 4 Islands are made of of single-family homes where you will find some of the most expensive and desired waterfront homes in all of Miami Beach. The islands are from East to West – Rivo Alto, Di Lido, San Marino and San Marco. The western most island is called Biscayne Island and it’s the only one that has both a mix of single family homes and condo buildings.

In recent years the Venetian Isles has seen some of the city’s most modern and ultra exclusive homes for sale. Therefore seeing a waterfront home sell for over $20 million is now common. Residents in search of the tropical island lifestyle, in an amazing location and unmatched waterfront views. Right next door to Sunset Harbor, minutes to Downtown Miami, Brickell, Design District, Wynwood and more. The Venetian Isles has become of the most sought-after and exclusive neighborhoods in all of Miami Beach.

On the Venetian Isles you can also find some of Miami Beach’s most sought-after condo buildings including: Belle Plaza, Costa Brava, 9 Island, The Grand Venetian and 1000 Venetian.

Venetian Isles – Restaurant

There is really only 1 commercial/retail property, The Standard Hotel. This is one of the main reasons that makes the Venetian Isles one of the most sought after and exclusive neighborhoods to call home.

Lido Bayside Grill

Lido Bayside Grillhttps://lidobayside

Top Waterfront Buildings

BuildingAddressActive Listings
The Grand Venetian10 Venetian Wayhttps://GrandVenetian
Belle Plaza20 Island Avehttps://BellePlaza
Costa Brava11 Island Ave https://CostaBrava
9 Island 9 Island Ave https://9-Island
5 Island 5 Island Ave https://5-Island
1000 Venetian 1000 Venetian Way https://1000-Venetian
The Vistas 1 Century Lane https://1-CenturyLane