A Guide Through Beautiful Sunny Isles BeachSeptember 30, 2014
Development of Sunny Isles began in 1920 when a private developer named it the Venice of America. The city was made into its own municipality in 1998 and has seen incredible growth over the past decade. International buyers have fallen in love with this coastal community’s stunning beaches and beautiful waters that offers them the advantages of high-rise living but without having the hustle and bustle of the downtown or touristy areas.
Not many people are familiar with the fact that despite being a relatively small area, Sunny Isles is just as densely populated as parts of Manhattan in New York City. While many come for the scenic beauty of the city, many are also attracted to the area for having some of the finest Miami Beach Luxury Real Estate.
One of the advantages of Sunny Isles Beach is its central location. For those who enjoy Miami-Dade County but don’t want to travel long to go to Broward County, commuting north to the county is much easier from Sunny Isles Beach than other areas of Miami Beach. In addition,
Two of the best malls in the country are within a short drive of the area. Bal Harbour Shops has long been a favorite with shoppers who appreciate the finer things in life and Aventura Mall has grown exponentially over the years with some of the city’s finest department stores and entertainment on its property.
Condominiums in the Sunny Isles Miami Real Estate market are some of the finest in the world with amenities that are shockingly extravagant. Some of the finest names in luxury like Armani and Porsche Design have partnered with developers to bring outstanding amenities to condo buyers.
If you wish to see why Sunny Isles is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the Miami Beach Luxury Real Estate Market, contact Matt Crane. Currently working as an Associate Broker for Prudential Douglas Elliman, Matt Crane has nearly 10 years’ experience as a residential real estate agent working with clients from all over the world. To speak with Matt, call 305.203.0000 or e-mail email@example.com.