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Star Island, known for its waterfront lots and celebrity residents, Star Island is a man-made island on South Beach that’s just a bridge away from the action. Initially developed by Carl Fisher in the 1920s, Star Island is accessible via the MacArthur Causeway. Though guard-gated, the island is open to public access and contains a single, oval-shaped street aptly named “Star Island Drive”. Homes are all situated on waterfront lots, while beautiful Buoy Park runs along the interior of the island.
Palm Island, is a man-made island located in Biscayne Bay with access managed by city police. It is a highly sought after gated community with close proximity to Downtown Miami and South Beach neighborhoods. Palm Island is also home to about 100 waterfront homes and Palm Island Park, a public park with community tennis courts, basketball, kids play area among other amenities.
Hibiscus Island, is accessible only via the MacArthur Causeway and through Palm Island, Hibiscus Island is an exclusive gated neighborhood of primarily waterfront homes. A man-made island completed in 1922, it was once called home by Al Capone. Today, residents enjoy stunning views of the downtown and Miami Beach skylines, direct ocean access, and deep water dockage for yachts. With secluded, upscale island living just a bridge away from the both the excitement of the Beach’s dining, nightlife, and entertainment options and Downtown Miami, Hibiscus Island has it all.
Membership in the Palm – Hibiscus – Star Island Homeowner’s Association is voluntary and open to any resident of Palm, Hibiscus or Star Island. With annual dues you obtain access to two Homeowner’s Association meetings a year (February and September) and social events such as the Annual Holiday Party in December, Halloween Party, July 4 Picnic and “Meet the Candidates” program on years of City of Miami Beach elections.