I love the Sunset Harbor area of Miami Beach. It is a non-touristy part of Miami Beach, right before you get on the Venetian Causeway. I have been going there for years, when it was just a bunch of auto repair warehouses with a great Italian restaurant, Sardinia. Then came Scott Robins with his vision for the neighborhood. Soon Barceloneta and Pubbelly Sushi moved in and the locals started coming. Needless to say, it is no longer full of auto repair warehouses, though there are a few. Now, new, fun, tasty restaurants, boutique clothing shops, yoga & pilates studios line the streets. Popular workout and hangout spots like Flywheel and Panther Coffee, as well as both Publix and Fresh Market are here.
For your working convenience, and a really short commute if you live here, there is buro, the community building co-working space. Or you can work at any of the shops, restaurants, warehouses, or offices nearby. Finally, and probably most importantly, if you live and work in Sunset Harbour, you don’t have to go too far to play.
In addition to all of the shops, restaurants and workout places, Sunset Harbour is surrounded by water, spas, parks, running and walking paths. Paddle board or kite surf in the harbor and if boating is your pleasure, there is the Sunset Harbour Yacht Club. So, whether you are looking for a new place to live, work or play, or want a charming place where you can do all three, check out the Sunset Harbour District. You won’t be disappointed!