It Is also just minutes from South Beach and Las Olas.
Today you have the opportunity to buy a condo at the lowest prices and live in the prestige area of Sunny Isles Beach.
NOT SO GOOD?...........hurricanes
Favorite spot: the pier because is the closes you can get to heaven, is only YOU-water and the breeze
From the desk of Edward E. Cambas,
I love Sunny Isles Beach and seeing the city becoming better and better every month.
New restaurants, new parks, new luxury condo towers being built...the salty breeze and the feel of a resort, yet, a regular place to live and work...Most parks per capita in the nation...New school...
I would like a larger library maybe?
I would not want to live in So. Beach - to me, it's a place to visit and enjoy, then leave...
Traffic is terrible in the winter months...however, it is the place to see and be seen...
I love Bal Harbour and Surfside for their walking path near dunes...great place to exercise and enjoy outdoors. Bal Harbour and Surfside are quiet and tranquil...if you love that. Maintenance fees are high, unless you buy a co-op across from the beach (at much cheaper price, no financing though).
Miami Beach - specifically No. Beach and N. Bay Village are up and coming areas to invest in right now. Up and coming means some buildings are luxury and new, and others are in need of work...
Many people love living in Hallandale (for the lower prices - but the infrastructure is minimal - no restaurants or shops along the beach).
Hollywood is becoming very popular also - for their board walk and nearness to Ft. Lauderdale and Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood airport. To me, it's very laid back and it's not my thing...I like the combination of the city and resort better.
Come and see for yourself!
Bal Harbour is also one of my favorite spots; being close to Haulover Inlet "where the ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean meets The Intracoastal Waterway..."
Bal Harbour is a bit to quiet and refined for my taste, but the quality of life is just superb. The Bal Harbour Shops is also a great destination for high-end designer merchandise.
Another favorite of mine is Sunny Isles Beach~ Although Sunny Isles has changed from the way it once was, it is still a top South Florida City... "The Florida Riviera" aka, The City of Sun and Sea.. The old Motels along the beach ~ Castaways, Suez, Colonial Inn, Hawaiian Isle, Lifter's Waikiki, Driftwood, Dunes and a few others have been demolished to make way for the current cast of skyscrapers like the ultra-modern and sophisticated Turnberry Ocean Colony, Trump Towers, Acqualina, Ocean Four, Trump Grande, Sole on the Ocean, etc.
Florida is a great place to call home!
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I Love Naples, FL too- especially the area around tin roof shopping village ?
One of my favorite spots is Haulover Beach. Just between Sunny Isles and Bal Harbour where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Intracoastal Waterway.
Its such a tranquil place- the Haulover Sandbar is yet another perk! The fishing boat fleet, golf course, clothing optional beach, BBQ, and Bakers Haulover Inlet are some other fine attractions too.
Mott Kornicki, Broker
There is little not to like, except for the heavy traffic.
My favorite spot is Naples, Florida, on the Gulf Coast.
Debbie Albert, PA
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