Golden Beach — The only private neighborhood offering oceanfront homes in Miami

 115 Ocean Blvd Golden Beach — SOLD FOR $14,000,000

115 Ocean Blvd Golden Beach — SOLD FOR $14,000,000


What are some of the communities you have noticed experiencing more buyer demand and what do you think are the forces creating that?

We are seeing a tremendous amount of activity in areas of Miami-Dade County that were once not in such high demand, and a lot of this has to do with the particular locations, and more options in the high-end market becoming significant to the upper level buyers. The former prime, in-demand, grade-A areas that defined the original “Miami” have changed drastically due to the growth of the city. The once quiet, isolated, luxurious waterfront locations are now not so quiet, and people are trading dense, traffic-filled areas with those of the not so centrally located, but close enough to the action spots that still offer the Miami atmosphere.

 154 South Island — SOLD FOR $6,000,000 154 South Island — SOLD FOR $6,000,000

What key trends are happening now that you expect to persist over the next 10 years and have a large impact on the area?

As Miami continues to come into its own and grow at the rapid rate it has been, I believe buyers – now having more options than ever to find luxury waterfront living in Miami- will get more and more particular about their dream locations.

What are your thoughts regarding the market outlook of Golden Beach specifically over the next 10 years?

 572 South Island — SOLD FOR $6,250,000 572 South Island — SOLD FOR $6,250,000

I believe Golden Beach will continue to explode in value and surpass most of Miami.  Golden Beach has always been in high demand, but as Brickell, South Beach, and Miami Beach increase in size at the rate it has been, the luxurious allure of these once known as centrally located properties, will become less favorable versus neighborhoods offering more serenity and luxury,  right outside of what some are beginning to see as madness. Location, location, location.

 Condo in Porsche Design Tower — SOLD FOR $4,250,000

Condo in Porsche Design Tower — SOLD FOR $4,250,000

Has anything happened in the Golden Beach market over recent years that you wouldn’t have originally anticipated?

The increase of value in the direct oceanfront market, as well as property values on and off the water, have occurred much faster then I believe anyone anticipated. Golden Beach offers a private neighborhood country club environment that is truly one of a kind for Miami. Golden Beach is the only private neighborhood in Miami offering oceanfront mansions, along with a private beach club access for residents by lush palm tree covered sidewalks and parks. The quality of life is unmatched.

Whether it be due to listing price or unique circumstances, what are some of your most significant sales of late? 

My most recent significant sales include 115 Ocean Blvd, a 150 ft piece of oceanfront in Golden Beach for $14,000,000,  572 North Island, a spectacular waterfront home for $6,250,000, 154 South Island, another unreal waterfront home in Golden Beach for $6,000,000 as well as an incredible condo in the Porsche Design tower for $4,250,000.

How have you overcome the typical challenges associated with scaling your services so quickly?

I entered this industry with my boutique luxury real estate brokerage, Miles Goldstein Real Estate, with a goal to offer an incomparable level of luxury service. I, along with my associates, are educated, trained, aggressive, and work endlessly for our clients’ best interest. Numbers don’t lie, and the clients are only becoming more intelligent to the level of service they deserve.


Every year, the show provides activities and classes for visitors.

The On-Land show features include Fred’s Shed Interactive Learning Center, offering free DIY seminars about repairing, maintaining and upgrading your boat or engine, and the American Boating Club’s virtual simulator, allowing participants the opportunity to practice basic boating maneuvers while improving boating skills. The On-Water show features include Discover Boating’s hands-on boating skills training, with practical hands-on instruction in classes taught by certified instructors, and demo docs featuring more than 200 boats in the water for demonstrations and sea trials, allowing comparison and chat while exploring buying options.

If you are serious about learning new skills, a few of the Powerboating on-water boating training classes of note include:

Docking & Close Quarters Boat Control
When: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday through Monday
Registration required. Class fee is $135.
Learn how to handle the boat in tight spaces and maneuver close to piers, docks and fixed objects, gaining skills such as how to back down a narrow channel in a straight line, turning the boat around in restricted areas, the principles of boat control and managing momentum, and more.

Advance Docking & Precision Boat Control

When: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday through Monday Registration required. Class fee is $135.
This class covers effective use of the three key “inputs” — steering, shifter and throttle — to make the boat do exactly what you want it to do, techniques for docking in windy conditions, station keeping in the wind, using a “weather vane turn” and more.

Powerboating Made Easy

When: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday through Monday
Registration required. Class fee is $135.
Practical instruction in fundamental boat control techniques and skills every boater needs to handle a boat confidently and safely, including how to take wakes and waves safely, rules of the road, aids to navigation, docking and close quarters boat control, backing down and turning in tight spaces, open water boat handling, using tilt/trim while underway, anchoring and more.

A few of the sailing on-water boating training classes of note include:

Learn to Sail – Monohull

When: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday through Monday
Registration required. Class fee is $135.
Gain a working knowledge of essential skills including how to raise, lower and trim the sails, steering techniques and helmsmanship, slowing and stopping the boat, how to tack and jibe, and more.

Introduction to Cruising Catamarans

When: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday through Monday
Registration required. Class fee is $135.
Experience the comfort, speed and maneuverability of the modern cruising catamaran along with the sailing and handling needs of larger “Cats.” This class is ideal for newcomers and monohull sailors with little or no experience on multihulls.

Essential Cruising and Charter Skills – Monohull or Catamaran

When: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday through Monday
Registration required. Class fee is $135.
Focuses on skills essential to securing the boat including maneuvering under power, anchoring and rigging a snubber, picking up a mooring ball and rigging a mooring bridle, weighing anchor and departing anchorage, casting off and departing a mooring field, crew communications, how to set up an anchor watch and two anchor setups.

For more information, check out miamiboatshow.com

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