Welcome to Key Biscayne
An island just southeast of Brickell, the Village of Key Biscayne is a pocket of paradise. This charming neighborhood is nestled between two state parks, the Atlantic Ocean, and Biscayne Bay with a vibrant laid-back island culture. Every weekend feels like a vacation at condos with resort-like amenities and or out on the water enjoying the island's thriving boating community. Key Biscayne provides space for plenty of outdoor activities and a large biking culture. Boating, fishing, snorkeling, biking, tennis, paddle boarding— Key Biscayne has it all! Perfect for families, kids and parents alike will love swimming with the dolphins or riding the water slides at the Miami Seaquarium.
What to Expect
Key Biscayne makes the most of its 1.4 square miles of real estate. On the northern end of town, you’ll find hotels and condos with resort-like amenities, while single-family homes are more common in the suburban south. Regardless of where you want to go on the island, you’ll never be more than a bike or golf cart ride away.
What Not to Expect
The “Miami feel”: While it does maintain Miami’s luxury resort-style condos, this neighborhood is an island secluded from the rest of Miami. The Rickenbacker Causeway gives this little beach island a four-mile buffer between it’s relaxing setting & the bustling Brickell.
Community-driven, yet welcoming and accessible
The Miami Open Tennis Tournament and the annual Boat Show make this a hot destination for Miami locals and visitors alike.
Brickell, Coconut Grove, Miami Beach (by boat)