Key Biscayne

The Meridian Advisors' Official Guide To Key Biscayne

There’s plenty to do in Key Biscayne to help fill your days as a resident, but it’s also a fantastic place to enjoy a quieter life. Experience the pinnacle of laid-back living coupled with the joys of a coastal lifestyle within this Miami community. Spend your time off relaxing on the beaches, grab a bite to eat in timeless establishments, or stay at home in your resort-styled residence.

Whether you’re a homebody or someone that loves an active lifestyle, Key Biscayne will cater to your personality.

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Key Biscayne at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 12,867
County: Miami-Dade
Zip Codes: 33149
Median Home Value: 1,665,481

Travel & Commute

Miami: 15 mins
Hialeah: 31 mins
Hollywood: 33 mins
Major Roads: State Road 913

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Attractions and Parks

From the popular Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park to the vibrant Crandon Park, there is no shortage of ways to enjoy being outdoors in Key Biscayne. Share space with the exotic wildlife of southern Florida in one of the region’s many parks or see them in a safer venue at attractions like the nearby Miami Seaquarium or the Crandon Park Peacock Shelter. Get up close and personal with the beautiful Floridian wildlife at these treasures perfect for locals and visitors.

Fun on the Water

Charter a fishing cruise out onto the Atlantic, splash about close to the shore at one of many public beaches, or rent a kayak and explore the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic. Living so close to the water, it seems wrong not to enjoy some time out at sea, enjoying the peace and quiet of fishing or the thrills of snorkeling and kiteboarding. You’ll want to take a detour at least once to visit the abandoned homes of Crawfish Eddie Walker. Stiltsville is a small crop of vibrant, abandoned buildings that have survived over the years.

Trendy Dining

Living in Key Biscayne you’ll quickly get to know the best eateries this coastal community has to offer. Among one of the trendiest and most notable bites is the Rusty Pelican, located by Whiskey Joe’s. Over the years, the Rusty Pelican has attracted affluent customers, has been a hotspot for tourists and is a local favorite for residents. Its menu of fresh seafood and hand-crafted cocktails delight guests and the weekly Happy Hour dishes up discounted cocktails to melt the day away with. When the mood strikes, the Rusty Pelican also hosts outdoor events and features exotic fire dancers.

Laid-Back Living

If you need the energy of a city like Miami, Key Biscayne may not be the hotspot for you. Though there’s ample entertainment and plenty to do, the overall atmosphere is calmer as residents enjoy their resort-like traditional and colorful art deco single-family homes. Neighborhoods are welcoming and compact, making it easier to be part of the larger community. Life in Key Biscayne is generally uncomplicated, allowing you to enjoy the coastal lifestyle and small-town feel.

Key Biscayne Awaits...

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