Golden Beach is located on Collins Avenue, between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, in the northeast section of Miami Beach. Golden Beach only measures one mile from north to south, and four blocks east to west, which emphasizes why it is considered a very exclusive and affluent community.
In 1929, Golden Beach was incorporated as one of South Florida’s most sought-after destinations to live. It is secluded, accessible only by invitation from the residents, has a mile of private beach, three parks, its own town government, and police force.
Within minutes are the nearby cities of Aventura, famous for shopping at its Aventura Mall, considered the largest in the country; Hallandale Beach to the north, with more shopping and dining choices at the Village of Gulfstream Park, with the adjacent Gulfstream Park Race Track and Casino; the prestigious Bal Harbour Shops; and Sunny Isles Beach to the south for more conveniences.
Golden Beach is one of the wealthiest, private, elite neighborhoods in Miami Beach, and all of South Florida, attracting celebrities through the years such as Paul Newman, Ricky Martin, Eric Clapton, and Bill Gates. It is a magnet for those who seek a secluded hideaway with all the luxuries of living in tropical elegance. This defines the best of South Florida.