Tag: Venetian Causeway
Miami Beach has been going through major construction in the past years in hopes of major improvements. Currently, 730 feet of the Venetian causeway is getting destroyed and shut down for repair.
There are 12 bridges that make up the causeway linking Miami near the old Miami Herald building to Miami Beach near Lincoln Road. Residents will have to use either MacArthur to the south or Julia Tuttle to the north to get to the mainland.
After construction is over the city of Miami Beach will be switching from C-Pass to Sun Pass for the Venetian Causeway toll. There are many other major construction sites that will slow down traffic in Miami Beach including Alton road Julia Tuttle.
Two waterfront homes were listed yesterday on San Marco Island, located on the western side of the Venetian Causeway, the historic bridge that connects Miami and Miami Beach:
Offering spectacular views of Biscayne Bay, seven other waterfront properties are currently for sale on San Marco Island including:
*Listed by yours truly
At this point you are probably wondering what has sold on the island. In 2008 three of the twentyluxury waterfront homes that traded on the Venetian Islands were located on San Marco Island. The three transactions are the following:
**Sold by yours truly
Nelson Gonzalez, P.A. | Esslinger.Wooten.Maxwell, Inc., Realtors | 419 Arthur Godfrey Road | Miami Beach, Florida 33140
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