Golden Beach

With a population of 1,000 residents, Golden Beach promises a private, prestigious environment.

Welcome to Golden Beach

Intimate and exclusive coastal enclave

North of Miami, Golden Beach stretches along a mile-long expanse of a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Highway. With a population of 1,000 residents, Golden Beach promises a private, prestigious environment. Because town ordinances restrict highrise constructions to avoid obstruction of beach views, Golden Beach has maintained its coastal integrity and boasts uninterrupted sand and sea. Because the community is primarily residential, Golden Beach’s quiet streets are home to over 300 homes, and the community boasts a family-focused atmosphere. The primary thoroughfare Collins Avenue connects Golden Beach to other Miami-Dade County communities such as Sunny Isles Beach and Bal Harbour to the south. This route provides convenience to an array of amenities while allowing residents to enjoy the solace of Golden Beach’s peaceful oasis. 

One way Golden Beach protects its tranquil environment is by restricting commercial building within the city limits. However, there are a plethora of nearby eateries and shopping destinations so that residents never have to take their finger off the pulse of the latest trends. Noma Miami is a broad-range kosher restaurant with a diverse menu that offers a variety of flavor profiles, whether you’re craving white truffle pizza, gourmet sushi rolls, or a classic vanilla milkshake. Swing by the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa for lunch at the glitzy Corsair Kitchen & Bar. This American-style eatery is dishing up garden-fresh cuisine with whole ingredients that are nourishing and bright. Guests can also stop in for a sunny brunch menu on weekends or after-dinner drinks for two. Fine dining finds its home at Il Mulino New York in Sunny Isles Beach. This elegant, Italian-inspired steakhouse boasts white tablecloths, artfully plated delicacies, and an extensive wine menu to pair perfectly with any meal. To reconnect with nature, Oleta River State Park is a nearby 1,043-acre greenspace with a large concentration of Casuarina trees that is an excellent destination for a picnic or an afternoon paddleboarding.

The Miami-Dade County Public School System serves the area and provides an outstanding education to its students, as well as a plethora of nearby private institutions.

Explore more Miami neighborhoods

Work With Us

With a Reputation for Success, We Work Tirelessly to Unite Our Passion for World-Class Design with Like-Minded Clients Wherever They Are.