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Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos

Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos

Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos: South of Fifth, also known as SOFI, is s small exclusive affluent neighborhood in South Beach (Miami Beach). SOFI from South Pointe Park north to fifth street; from east to west. The area is surrounded by water on three sides from the Ocean to Biscayne Bay, South of Fifth is considered a peaceful oasis with immediate access to many of South Beach’s notable activities.


South Pointe Park is a 17 acre park and promenade in this are that features a kids area, plenty of lush lawn for picnics, hills and walkways for outdoor exercising, and direct access to the beach. This family and pet friendly park is located in the same area as one of South Beach’s most historic restaurant: Smith & Wollensky. Other famous restaurants include: Joe’s Stone Crab, Prime 112, Prime Italia, Texas De Brazil and Milos among others.

Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos

South of Fifth is home to some of Miami Beach’s most luxurious condos like: Glass, Portofino Tower, Apogee South Beach, Icon, Murano Grande, Murano at Portofino, Continuum Towers, Ocean House, South Pointe Tower and the Yacht Club At Portofino.

Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos

Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos


Miami Beach South of Fifth SOFI Condos

Below is a list of condos for sale at Miami Beach South of Fifth, Florida.   Contact us today if you have questions or would like to schedule a showing of a condo at Miami Beach South of Fifth!

Miami Beach wiki info:

South Beach, also nicknamed SoBe, is a neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach, Florida, United States, located due east of Miami city proper between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

The area encompasses all of the barrier islands of Miami Beach south of Indian Creek.

This area was the first section of Miami Beach to be developed, starting in the 1910s, thanks to the development efforts of Carl G. Fisher, the Lummus Brothers, and John S. Collins, the latter whose construction of the Collins Bridge provided the first vital land link between mainland Miami and the beaches.

The area has gone through numerous artificial and natural changes over the years, including a booming regional economy and increased tourism.

In both daytime and at nightfall, the South Beach section of Miami Beach is a major entertainment destination with hundreds ofnightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels.

The area is popular with tourists from Europe, Israel and the entire Western Hemisphere, with some having permanent or second homes. The large number of European tourists results in South Beach’s tolerance of the female monokini, aka topless sunbathing, despite it being a public beach.

South Beach’s residents’ varied backgrounds are evident in the many languages spoken.

In 2000, 55% of residents of the city of Miami Beach spoke Spanish as a first language, while English was the first language for 33% of the population. Portuguese (mainly Brazilian Portuguese) was spoken by 3% of residents, while French (including Canadian French) was spoken by 2%, and German by 1%. Italian, Russian, Yiddish and Hebrew were all spoken by less than 1%.[13]

Another unique aesthetic attribute of South Beach is the presence of several colorful and unique stands used by Miami Beach’s lifeguards on South Beach.

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