Akoya Condominiums, 6365 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Year Built: 2004 Architect: Brito, Cohan & Associates Floors in Building: 48 Condos in Building: 420 Akoya is the highest condominium in Miami Beach. The skyscraper is located right on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. In the building there are penthouse apartments with 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms with convenient layout. From the windows a magnificent view on the city and the expanses [...]
Cosmopolitan Condominiums, 110 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Year Built: 2004 Architect: Maurice Salazar Floors in Building: 6 Condos in Building: 233 Cosmopolitan Towers are a luxury condominium in the heart of South Beach's famous South of Fifth Street neighborhood, just two streets west of popular Ocean Drive. South Beach offers a glamorous array of lounge bars, restaurants, recreational facilities and widely famous places of interest such as Art Deco Historic [...]
Bentley Bay Condominiums, 540 West Avenue, Miami Beach Year Built: 2004 Architect: Arquitectonica Floors in Building: 25 Condos in Building: 168 The Bentley Beach was the first five-star oceanfront condo hotel in South Beach's fashionable South Fifth neighborhood. The construction of the two highly comfortable towers that comprise the Bentley Bay condimunium was completed in 2002. The towers are perfectly situated in the heart of South Beach. The proximity to [...]
Icon Condominiums, 450 Alton Rd, Miami Beach Year Built: 2005 Architect: Sieger Suarez Floors in Building: 40 Condos in Building: 289 The ICON features list is fairly endless: spacious and finely decorated spaces for common social area, where any exciting amenity is served at it most; 8 000 square feet of sport premises – spa rooms, massage and relaxing suits, saunas, gyms with exceptional working machinery and attentive trainers; private dining [...]
Miami Beach condos enjoy over 10 miles of water-front. The city of Miami Beach consists of 7.1 square miles of property. The city limits reach as far as Government Cut, 87th Street, Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic.
Being one of the most highly populated communities in the United States, Miami Beach has the second highest property density behind New York City. During winter, the population grows substantially which is also when the majority of vacant Miami Beach condos are inhabited. Some of the most well popular condos in Miami Beach include The Mosaic, The Caribbean and Mei.
The three divisions of Miami Beach are:
1. South Beach – 1st Street to 23d Street
2. Middle Beach – 23rd Street to 41st Street
3. North Beach – 41st Street to 87th Street.
The impressive Miami Beach board walk extends from 5th Street to 46th Street alongside the beach, with a complete waterside location of approximately 63 miles. The typical ocean temperature is 74 degrees.
• Miami Beach Population – 87,933
• Current Volume of Hotels – 187
• Current Volume of Hotel Rooms – 20,300
• Typical Temperature – 82 degrees for July and 67 degrees for January
• Typical Yearly Rainfall – 55 inches
Miami Beach, Florida (USA)
Year Built: 2004
Floors in Building: 48
6365 Collins Ave, Miami Beach