Do you feel lie you are stuck in a rut? Not anymore!
Try living in Sunny Isles Breach, referred to as Florida's Riviera. This is the best place to live in my book. Do not just take my word for it, let's ask people who live here and go over some of the most important information.
About Sunny Isles Beach
Sunny Isles Beach, the
City of Sun and Sea, is located on a barrier island in the northeast
corner of Miami-Dade County, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east
and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Golden Beach lies to the
north, Bal Harbour and Haulover Park are immediately to the south.
Sunny Isles Beach is midway between downtown
Miami and Fort Lauderdale with easy access to business centers,
entertainment, sports and recreational facilities, and tourist
attractions. Residents and visitors can fly into either Miami
International or Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International airports, or
cruise into the Port of Miami or Port Everglades and be in Sunny Isles
Beach within 20 to 30 minutes.
Almost one million vacationers visit Sunny Isles
Beach annually to enjoy the 2 ½ mile-long fine sand beach and outdoor
amenities such as water sports, boating, fishing, and tennis as well as
the abundant shopping, dining and entertainment options nearby. The
landmark fishing pier is a local favorite while the beautiful Samson
Oceanfront Park provides a children's play area and space to relax; meet
friends and enjoy the sunrise.
The City is experiencing a major redevelopment
renaissance on the east side of Collins Avenue, the main thoroughfare.
Zoning laws ensure that view corridors and beach access pathways will
always offer residents a life with a view. To the west of Collins
Avenue, the City is building parks, improving the infrastructure and
laying the groundwork for future redevelopment.
The emphasis of most of the redevelopment is on
residential condominium construction. The City is steadily replacing
outdated motels with luxury residential oceanfront development. Much of
the residential construction is not for year-round occupancy, however
the statistics show a steady growth in young families who desire to be
near the ocean.
(The above info has been supplied through the http://www.sibfl.net/about.asp website link. )
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From the desk of Edward Cambas, Buy & Sell Real Estate Services, Inc 786-200-8817.