La Gorce Island is located in Biscayne Bay, in the North Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach. The island is situated just south of Normandy Isle. This island in Miami Beach offers residents an array of architectural styles ranging from historic to modern.
For those looking for Miami Beach waterfront homes, La Gorce offers waterfront homes, with easy access to the bay. Dry lots are also available for those seeking the island life, without direct waterfront views. Known for its lush landscape with palms and abundant foliage, La Groce is a true tropical paradise, and is a place that anyone would love to call home.
La Gorce Island in Miami Beach offers residents a 24/7 guarded-gate experience, and is just a short drive away from the world-renowned destination of Miami Beach. Fine dining and shopping awaits residents in South Beach and Bal Harbor. The ever-popular, high-end shopping experience at Aventura Mall is also a short drive north, just over the causeway to the mainland. Additionally, residents can enjoy the nearby beach and other water activities. The stretch of beach in the North Beach area is much quieter and serene than the southern beaches, but just as beautiful.
Residents who appreciate the arts will enjoy the old-fashioned band shell, located at the community center and an adjoining park along Collins Avenue between 72nd and 73rd Streets. Concerts are frequently held at the band shell, and this area remains quite popular within the Miami Beach music scene.
Children and teenagers who reside on Hibiscus Island fall into the Miami-Dade County Public Schools district, and attend the following schools: Biscayne Elementary School, Nautilus Middle School, and Miami Beach High School. The current average listing price is $7,000,000; while the current average rental price is $36,000 a month. The average sold property is $7,000,000. Property value ranges from $3,500,000 to $12,000,000. Rental prices range from $14,000 to $60,000.