Welcome to Palm and Hibiscus Islands
Luxury and opulence thrive on these unique Miami Beach islands
Situated right off the coast of Miami Beach, artificial islands make up some of Miami’s most exclusive and luxurious communities. Developed in 1922 after significant dredging by the Army Corp of Engineers, Palm and Hibiscus Islands has been the home of A-list celebrities, including Al Capone and Scott Storch.
Nowadays, the communities are filled with mansions for the mega-rich, offering a private and unique area filled with high-end amenities and vast homes. The islands can only be reached by the MacArthur Causeway, giving Palm and Hibiscus island exclusivity. The neighborhoods’ proximity to Central Miami has made it an ideal location for anyone looking for the serenity of small-town life right in the middle of this exciting city.
What to Love
- Elegant waterfront properties
- Easy access to Central Miami
- Exceptionally exclusive community
- World-class amenities and entertainment options
People & Lifestyle
Both Palm and Hibiscus Island are some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the entire state of Florida, with many high-level executives and international residents owning properties on its sandy beaches. The homes come in a wide range of stunning architecture, ranging from Mediterranean Revival to Art Deco or mid-century modern, showing off the eclectic mix of homeowners calling these islands home.
Many residents also enjoy taking advantage of the many amenities afforded to homeowners, including numerous outdoor recreational areas, private boating docks, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the area.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Palm and Hibiscus Islands were developed into some of the most luxurious residential areas in all of Miami Beach and come with an exceptional restaurant for residents to enjoy. Located on Palm Island, Rum Bay
guarantees for guests to have the time of their lives from the very first moment they walk in the door.
Not only does the restaurant serve some of the best cocktails by their in-house mixologists, but their food has been recognized as being the best. With mouthwatering dishes such as fresh whole snapper, cold water lobster tails, and award-winning baby-back ribs, Rum Bay will have you planning your next trip before your experience is over.
Things to Do
Residents of Palm and Hibiscus Island tend to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle, and it can be seen in the many parks, beach trails, and recreational areas on both islands. South Pointe Park
is a favorite spot among residents who love the wide promenade, kid splash zone, barbecue areas, walking and bike paths.
is an exclusive restaurant and beach club where many Palm and Hibiscus Island residents enjoy spending their free time. Fun and vibrant music is showcased every weekend, paired with high-quality European-inspired dining. The Pérez Art Museum Miami
is a museum located in Museum Park, boasting a world class art collection not found anywhere else in the world.
Palm and Hibiscus Islands place great importance on every child’s education, which correlates with the educational system offered. Schools worth noting include: