Often known as a playground to the stars, this area lures the Who's Who, the "wannabes", and those looking for a great time.
Miami Beach is a series of islands about three miles away from downtown. The sandy beaches draw in those who love to swim, surf, and play among the waves. Many choose to flaunt their brand new bikini made by the newest designer. Models are plentiful here and are often seen involved in a photo shoot in this area. This area has developed into a hot spot for TV, film, and movies.
Celebrities not only visit this Mecca but also own part of it. Many restaurants are owned by stars, who bring unique flavor to the area. Besides the typical international tastes, many eateries serve up unique mixtures of sushi, California cuisine, crepes, Cuban, Argentinean, and other foods never before merged into the same menu selection. Talented chefs here can truly make their mark, be discovered, and create a new taste trend for the rest of the nation. Many restaurants have outdoor patios next to the heavily traveled Lincoln Road, which serves only foot traffic.
Lincoln Road is the place to shop, eat, walk, and enjoy culture. Here residents can see a symphony or Broadway performance or stroll through the art galleries, and historic buildings, and monumentally artistic luxury hotels, complete with spas and pools.
This is also where the créme de la créme of the fashion world shop and sell their wares. Residents here can pick up the newest styles before everyone else discovers these new fads. Designers such as Benneton, Urban Outfitters, Banana Republic, Kenneth Cole, and Hugo Boss are among the many who have stores in this region. Besides outrageous fashions, shoppers can find avant-garde accessories for their home or office to make their surroundings the ultimate in hip. Funky bookstores here are great for people watching and for picking up a controversial new coffee table book.
Magazines such as Ocean Drive are distributed nationwide to show the rest of the world what they are missing by not being in South Beach. The sun, waves, skin, style, and fun are all here for the taking. Motorized scooters, cycles, and roller blades swerve in between the traffic that lines up here, especially at night, when South Beach really comes alive.
Greater Miami is a culturally diverse area and this is evident in this area as well. Yet all cultures dress to impress as they valet park and head for the clubs. Visitors easily hop between clubs. These smoke filled establishments pack in guests like sardines, swaying to everything from the Latin drum and Salsa rhythm to Techno and Electronic gyrations. Partygoers can party all night, dancing, dining, and drinking at some of the most stylish and exciting bars around. Then they can stroll on the boardwalk near the beach and wind down before grabbing a dainty dessert for the trip home.
Miami Beach Condos Featured New Construction
Miami Beach Condos for sale or rent
In addition to the condos for sale, there are also many for rent. The large singles community makes condominium rental a good option for many young professionals. With all that Miami Beach has to offer, the Miami Condo Lifestyle Team can ensure that you will find the perfect place to call home!
To see which Miami Beach condos are available for sale and rent, please click on the logos of the newer buildings above or click on the individual building names in the table above to access every available condo in the entire Miami Beach condo inventory. For your convenience, you can sort the table of Miami Beach condos by clicking the column headers, and can filter by entering in the text to filter by in the boxes at the tops of the columns.
Miami Beach Condos
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|Price Range||Units||Views||Year Built|
5600 Collins Avenue
|$385,000 - $2,000,000||288||Ocean & City||1967|
5775 Collins Avenue
|$5,995,000 - $5,995,000||71||Oceanfront||2021|
6000 Indian Creek Drive
|$699,500 - $699,500||34||Bayfront||2006|
6080 Collins Avenue
|$340,000 - $569,000||73||Ocean & City||2019|
5225 Collins Avenue
|$519,000 - $1,900,000||230||Oceanfront||1962|
6101-6103 Aqua Avenue
|$675,000 - $5,250,000||105||Bayfront||2005|
5959 Collins Avenue
|$1,850,000 - $6,950,000||112||Oceanfront||2005|
4779 Collins Avenue
|$1,150,000 - $3,650,000||315||Oceanfront||2000|
5025 Collins Avenue
|$2,400,000 - $4,250,000||84||Oceanfront||1995|
5005 Collins Avenue
|$400,000 - $1,450,000||331||Oceanfront||1964|
5401 Collins Avenue
|$375,000 - $750,000||385||Oceanfront||1967|
5445 Collins Ave
|$310,000 - $4,450,000||570||Oceanfront||1966|
5825 Collins Avenue
|$435,000 - $539,000||134||Oceanfront||1967|
5055 Collins Avenue
|$525,900 - $595,000||165||Oceanfront||1961|
4925 Collins Avenue
|$589,000 - $589,000||101||Oceanfront||1959|
4401 Collins Avenue
|$840,000 - $2,895,000||460||Oceanfront||2005|
|$849,000 - $4,900,000||286||Oceanfront||2008|
5900 Collins Avenue
|$580,000 - $1,700,000||123||Ocean & City||1998|
4775 Collins Avenue
|$1,050,000 - $7,700,000||315||Oceanfront||2000|
5255 Collins Avenue
|$299,990 - $1,450,000||127||Oceanfront||1963|
5757 Collins Avenue
|$840,000 - $1,290,000||137||Oceanfront||1991|
4201 Collins Avenue
|$998,900 - $3,500,000||67||Oceanfront||1995|
6039 Collins Avenue
|$339,900 - $1,349,000||502||Oceanfront||1971|
5875 Collins Avenue
|$825,000 - $1,900,000||134||Oceanfront||2008|
4747 Collins Avenue
|$429,000 - $800,000||221||Oceanfront||1962|
5555 Collins Avenue
|$395,000 - $950,000||299||Oceanfront||1967|
5601 Collins Avenue
|$560,000 - $795,000||405||Oceanfront||1968|
5333 Collins Avenue
|$3,000,000 - $10,000,000||73||Oceanfront||2025|
4701 Meridian Ave
|$4,250,000 - $8,500,000||126||Bay and City||2019|
5151 & 5161 Collins Avenue
|$530,000 - $2,500,000||444||Oceanfront||1966|
5700 Collins Avenue
|$369,000 - $1,199,000||176||Ocean & City||1968|
6000 Collins Avenue
|$795,000 - $900,000||117||Bay and City||2010|
5500 Collins Avenue
|$1,875,000 - $6,500,000||84||Ocean & City||1974|
5801 Collins Avenue
|$3,750,000 - $5,900,000||13||Oceanfront||2002|