Key Biscayne is the epitome of Island life in South Florida. Just six miles from the Miami mainland yet a world away. Key Biscayne is known for its endless water views and prime island lifestyle.
Living on Key Biscayne is like being on vacation every day. South of Miami Beach, homes on the barrier island could be accessed via the Rickenbacker Causeway and Virginia Key, where Miami Seaquarium is located, and windsurfers coast all week. Key Biscayne is truly a tropical oasis.
PEOPLE & LIFESTYLE
The residents of the oceanfront condos and waterfront estates of Key Biscayne have direct access to the beach. Whether it’s taking a long walk in the park or playing a round of golf, there’s always something to do living on Key Biscayne. Virginia Key is only a short ride away and perfect for an afternoon of boating.
PARKS & NATURE
Crandon Park’s beach is the ideal destination for someone anyone that admires the outdoors. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park’s has a bike trail with a picturesque lighthouse, which makes for a perfect day out. Residents who are members of the Key Biscayne Yacht Club have the opportunity to sail and socialize as they please.
Randazzo’s Italian was once a staple on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables and now they found a new home in Key Biscayne. You must try the Randazzo’s Homemade Meatball, it is a secret family recipe that is sure to tantalize your taste buds. If you are craving some sushi to satiate your appetite, talk a ride over to Kazumi Modern Japanese.
Residents have multiple shopping options within walking distance. The Square Shopping Center is a shopping mall with a variety of retailers, a hair salon, and an Italian eatery. Residents can also head over to Key Colony Plaza for a more modern shopping experience.
• Key Biscayne K-8 Center, grades PK4 - 8
• Mast Academy, grades 9 - 12
• St Agnes Academy, grades PK - 8
• St Christophers Montessori, grades PK - 5