South of Fifth – Miami Beach’s Ultra-Luxury Neighborhood
The video above is meant for the non-local buyer who may not be familiar with the various neighborhoods throughout South Florida. South of Fifth, also known as SoFi, is a neighborhood that encompasses the five southern most blocks of South Beach (and therefore Miami Beach). Once regarded as one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in South Florida, South of Fifth is now considered to be one of the safest and most luxurious for condo living. The revitalization of the area within the past two decades has been remarkable, attributed mainly to visionary Thomas Kramer.
One of the main attractions for South of Fifth condos is South Pointe Park which reopened in March 2009 after undergoing a $22M renovation. The neighborhood also has world renowned restaurants Joe’s Stone Crab and Prime 112 as well as local favorites Devito South Beach, Smith & Wollensky and China Grill. South of Fifth is reputed for being a clean, quiet, exclusive neighborhood away from the congestion of South Beach but within walking distance to all else that South Beach has to offer. The beach at the southern most point of Miami Beach, in my opinion, is also one of the most beautiful beaches in South Florida.
Below, you will find a list of the South of Fifth condo buildings that were featured in the video. Click on each link to view the condos currently available for sale.
South of Fifth Condos:
Apogee South Beach – 800 South Pointe Drive
Continuum North Tower – 50 South Pointe Drive
Continuum South Tower – 100 South Pointe Drive
Icon South Beach – 450 Alton Road
Murano at Portofino – 1000 South Pointe Drive
Murano Grande – 400 Alton Road
Ocean House – 125 Ocean Drive
Portofino Tower – 300 South Pointe Drive
South Pointe Tower – 400 South Pointe Drive
Yacht Club at Portofino – 90 Alton Road