North Bay Village Condo Buildings
The neighborhood known today as North Bay Village, was mostly under water prior to 1940 and the only dry land was a 5-acre island known as Broadcast Key. During the mid-1940s, dredging created North Bay, Harbor and Treasure Islands, which led to the incorporation of North Bay Village.
Harbor Island is primarily multi-family buildings, whilst Treasure Island is a mixture of single-family and multi-family residences, with the street names taken from Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, Treasure Island. In 1963, Broadcast Key, known as Cameo Island, joined them. Today, North Bay Village has developed into a lush neighborhood of beautiful homes, and in recent years seen the creation of many high rise luxury condominium buildings. The total area is approximately 60% water.
The three-island community of North Bay Village is located between Miami and Miami Beach, in northeast Miami-Dade County, Florida, with access via the John F. Kennedy (79th Street) Causeway, which extends across Biscayne Bay offering convenient access to major airports, beaches, Downtown Miami, and north on I-95 into Broward County.
North Bay Village has some of South Florida's most popular restaurants and nightclubs, which have enjoyed the company of celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, and Dean Martin. Oggi Cafe, an award-winning restaurant, is consistently in Florida's Top Ten. Another reason why many residents and visitors are attracted to this unique location and why they choose South Florida to live.