Located West of the North Shore neighborhood and East of Normandy Isle and Normandy Shores, Park View Isle, like many areas of Miami Beach, began its life as mangroves. In 1925 it was filled, and an island emerged from the murky bay bottom. Shortly thereafter, in the fall of 1926, South Florida was slammed by a legendary hurricane, halting the land boom of the early 1920s and ending real estate development for a time.
Now, 70-plus years later, there’s more to Park View Isle than a seawall. A multitude of housing options exist on the island. Potential residents can live in their choice of condominiums, townhouses, or rental apartments located on streets that boast the names not of flora or fauna or literary figures but of men such as Michael, Gary, Bruce, Wayne, and Raymond. Encompassing much of real estate in the neighborhood is the 250-plus unit Park View Point condominium, built in 1964. It stands tall on a huge landscaped lot and dominates the island’s east side. Park View Plaza condos built in the 1980s sits in the isle’s center as do a series of low-scale garden apartments that were built during the 1950s and are a mix of condos and rental units. Townhomes from the mid-1950s line the southwestern perimeter of the isle. Offering fee-simple ownership, the townhomes feature expansive space, garden patios and water views with docks that offer no fixed bridges to the bay.
View below Park View Island condos for sale and rent, pending sales and rentals, and recently sold and rented properties. Also see information about the selling prices and dates listed and sold. For more information about this area or any other in the area please contact our real estate office.