Known to the locals as SoFi, the South of Fifth neighborhood in South Beach is a tight-knit community that also happens to boast some of the newest and most expensive properties on the Atlantic.
Home to world-famous eateries like Joe’s Stone Crab (the highest earning restaurant in the country), Prime 112 (the site of many TV and film scenes), and a bevy of art galleries and top-rated retailers, SoFi is a hotbed of cultural and culinary expression.
The increasingly popular South Pointe Park offers visitors access to the southern-most point on South Beach complete with a new pier overlooking the ocean and Government Cut.
The small SoFi neighborhood spans the entire tip of South Beach below 5th Street. Those living in the luxury high-rises enjoy views of the ocean, the bay, and downtown Miami thanks to the narrow neighborhood, which only spans a few blocks at its widest point.
Living in SoFi means walkability to the most beautiful beaches in the world, world-famous nightlife and entertainment, and a level of luxury only available to a select few.
Luxury Broker Jeff Miller says, “South of Fifth is like a mini-Manhattan with year-round warm weather and beautiful beaches. This quiet, residential neighborhood offers luxury living and full-service amenities, including properties like the Continuum, Ocean House and Apogee. Visit me at the Continuum Office at 40 South Pointe Drive in Miami Beach to learn more about SoFi’s many perks.”
Jeff Miller is the exclusive agent representing the South of Fifth, Miami Beach, real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.
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