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Venetian Islands

The Venetian Islands contain some of the most sought-after waterfront and dry lot homes in all of South Florida. Comprised of six man-made islands located within Biscayne Bay, between the coasts of Miami and Miami Beach, they’re both accessible and connected by the Venetian Causeway toll road. The islands share the 33139 zip code of Miami Beach and are predominantly developed with very upscale single-family homes. Named from West to East, the Venetian Islands are Biscayne Island, San Marco Island, San Marino Island, Di Lido Island, Rivo Alto Island, and Belle Isle. Home to a high concentration of wealth, and even some celebrities, this ultra-luxurious neighborhood is filled with breathtaking waterfront properties, gorgeous bay views, and limited traffic, with a charming, neighborhood feel. Also a hotspot for the health conscious, runners and bikers are often found crossing the Venetian Causeway while enjoying the spectacular scenery. Search our Venetian Islands real estate database for luxury homes for sale and rent on the Venetian Islands in Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. Our database is updated daily, delivering to you the most recently listed houses for sale and rent on the Venetian Islands as they hit the market. Our updated listings also reflect the latest price and status changes for all Venetian Islands homes listed on the MLS.

Venetian Island Homes history:

The history of the Venetian Islands dates back to 1913, with the opening of what was then the longest wooden bridge in the world. The 2 ½ mile Collins Bridge connected downtown Miami to the newly established Miami Beach, which before that time required ferry service for access. The original plan for the Venetian Islands was intended to be a much larger project than it is today, with four additional islands and two additional roads that would connect with the center causeway. Those two additional roads were planned for the routes where we now find the Julia Tuttle Causeway and the 79th Street Causeway. The 1926 Miami Hurricane and the end of the 1920s Florida land boom halted the major construction project, but in 1925, the original wooden causeway was replaced and subsequently named the Venetian Causeway.
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Celebrities who have lived on the Venetian islands:

  • J.C. Penney, Retail Pioneer
  • Daniela Urzi, Model
  • Paulina Rubio, Singer
  • Eddie Irvine, Race Car Driver

Top Things to Do in or near the Venetian Islands neighborhood:

  • Visit the Standard Hotel (located on Belle Isle) for an incredible spa experience or pool scene with bay views
  • Head to Park West on the downtown side, for the Perez Art Museum and the new Frost Science Museum
  • Visit Bayside for shopping and dining by the marina
  • Dine at various restaurants in Sunset Harbor, including Sushi Garage, NaiYara, Pubbelly & Pubbelly Sushi, Icebox Café, La Moderna
  • Bike, run, or walk along the Venetian Causeway
  • Grab a workout in Sunset Harbor at Flywheel Sports, Barry’s Bootcamp, or Green Monkey Yoga

Public Schools for the Venetian Islands neighborhood:

  • Elementary: North Beach Elementary School
  • Middle: Nautilus Middle School
  • High: Miami Beach Senior High School

Venetian Causeway Toll Plaza Prices:

2 axles:

  • SunPass: $1.75
  • Toll-by-Plate: $2.25