Key Biscayne

Opposite Coral Gables/Coconut Grove and across the Rickenbacker Causeway, the private island of Key Biscayne remains one of Miami’s most desirable residential locations.  Residents love the leisurely island pace, coupled with easy access to the Miami area and all the excitement it has to offer. Its beautiful waterfront properties have long been a favorite of celebrities and other high-profile people.

In addition to the single-family homes, condos and bungalows, Key Biscayne offers some fine recreational facilities, including two large parks. That makes it ideal for families with children. Just two miles square, the island combines a tranquil and quiet setting with a high degree of privacy. There are high-end luxury properties, of course, but more affordable housing is available as well.

Key Biscayne is a perfect place to take a step back, reflect and spend some quality time with family and friends. Soak up the Old Florida charm and make the most of the fun-filled lifestyle. There are plenty of opportunities for boating, diving and surfing.  And you don’t have to leave the island to enjoy fine dining, with choices ranging from Pan-Asian, Argentinian and Tuscan to Mediterranean seafood, Portuguese-influenced cuisine and Peruvian desserts. Of course, there’s always great steak and fantastic pizza, too.

Ocean Club Tower I

8 For Sale: $1,895,000 – $3,950,000
5 For Rent: $5,500 – $10,500

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Ocean Club Tower II

6 For Sale: $1,950,000 – $7,495,000
6 For Rent: $8,500 – $10,500

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Oceana Key Biscayne

18 For Sale: $2,175,000 – $19,890,000
12 For Rent: $9,500 – $24,000

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About the Area