Bay Harbor Islands Condos
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|Minimum Price||Units||Views||Year Built|
9751 E. Bay Harbor Dr
|$789,000||39||Bay and City||2003|
9901 E. Bay Harbor Dr
|$429,000||20||Bay and City||2016|
10350 W Bay Harbor Drive
9261 E. Bay Harbor
|$699,000||48||Bay and City||2017|
9940 & 9960 W Bay Harbor Dr
|$720,000||58||Bay and City||2016|
1150 101st Street
|$622,000||17||Bay and City||2018|
9400 W Bay Harbor Drive
|$1,080,000||25||Bay and City||2013|
10201 E Bay Harbor Dr
|$810,000||40||Bay and City||2016|
The Town of Bay Harbor Islands offers condominium buyers an excellent opportunity to purchase a waterfront residence without having to pay the higher prices commanded by its neighbor, Bal Harbour, while at the same time providing easy access to all the Bal Harbour amenities and shopping. Bay Harbor Islands is a quiet community reminiscient of the old Florida living that is gradually going away.
In 1945 Shepard Broad acquired two undeveloped mangrove swamp islands, located between the beach barrier island and mainland North Miami. With his own funds and with down payments on the sale of lots, Shepard Broad filled in the islands and watched as Bay Harbor began to spring up. He was joined in the venture by a prominent businessman, the late Benjamin N. Kane, for whom the Town's main thoroughfare was named.
In 1947, the Town of Bay Harbor Islands was incorporated. In 1953, the present municipality was chartered by the Florida Legislature and later that same year approved by the voters of the Town. It is operated under a Council-Manager form of government with seven elected Council members each serving for $1 a year. Shepard Broad was elected the first mayor of the Town and served in that position for 26 consecutive years until his retirement from office in 1973.
The town of Bay Harbor Islands, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, is a growing and vibrant community of fine homes, luxury condos, and apartments. The town's location near South Beach, the Bal Harbour shops, downtown Miami and other areas in Miami-Dade County has made it an ideal place to live and work. It's hard to imagine it now, but what is a lovely community of homes, apartments and a small business district was once a sand-bar in Biscayne Bay.
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