Oceania II is a residential complex, located on the prime oceanfront real estate between Oceania III and the prestigious “Oceania I Condominium Complex” at the southern portion of Sunny Isles Beach. Oceania II is a luxury residential condominium developed in 1993 with 165 residences and 28th floors, enjoys one of the top luxury oceanfront towers, floor plans from one-bedroom to three bedrooms range on sizes from 1,260 to 2,970 SqFt. Oceania II, Oceania I, and Oceania III sit on the ocean side on Collins Ave, Oceania IV, and Oceania V sit on the Intracostal Waterway. Enjoy ocean breezes, resort-style amenities, including gated, 24 hours security, valet, party rooms, a clubhouse that includes two restaurants, basketball courts, racquetball courts, tennis courts, full-service spa, beauty salon, fitness center, and work out room. Oceania II condominium complex is just a few miles north of the prestigious Bal Harbour Shops, walking distance to restaurants, shops, houses of worship, and the Haulover Inlet. The Oceania community is only a few buildings in Sunny Isles that allows self-parking to its residents.
Back in 1971’s The Beatles, the Monkeys, Sammie Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Ike, and Tina Turner, Jimi Hendrix, Little Richard, these were just some of the start who played, hung out, or performed in Sunny Isles. One of the more infamous sp o ts for partying wasn’t on the beach, but on Fairyland Island, which jutted into the Intracostal Waterway. Built-in 1957 by Pickin’ Chicken restaurant founder Joe Hart, The Castaways, was a sprawling hotel designed by architect Charles McKirahan, The parties at the hotel’s Wreck Bar that was open from 11 Am-5 AM were legendary for celebrity visits, and by the 1970s, their debauchery. Bill O Reilly was at one time a bouncer for the “Wreck Bar.”
Today the Castaways is only a memory, it was demolished in 1984 and is now Oceania Island, where the 341-foot-tall Oceania IV and the 354-foot-tall Oceania V now stand. With only 24 boat slips, The Intercoastal Marina Association (Oceania Marina) has opportunities to own your boat dock up to 60 feet for residents only; the marina includes electricity, water, storage, and 24-hours security. Only a few minutes to Haulover inlet. Oceania has its park, its located on the west side of Collins Ave and consists of benches and a walkway. No dogs allowed opens from sunrise to sunset.
Sunny Isles Beach is considered Florida’s Riviera with opulent, luxurious condominiums lining on the two miles of pristine, white sandy beaches. The Atlantic Ocean laps against its eastern shores and the Intracostal Waterways borders the western coast. Life is beautiful in Sunny Isles Beach; it’s a paradise for the rich and famous, and with new oceanfront residential towers on the rise. High-end amenities added and billionaires are moving to town, Sunny Isles is quickly becoming the year-round stomping ground for the world’s elite. Elegance, opulence, and wealth flow from the sprawling oceanfront penthouses through the veins of its sun-kissed owners to bottles of Champagne popped on mega yachts in the city’s beautiful beaches.
Sunny Isles Beach is a world-class, final destination on the striking coastline of South Florida. Lying between the Intracoastal Waterways and the Atlantic Ocean, the island offers days of sun on its white-sand beaches. Sunny Isles is north of South Beach, and just a few miles from the Upscale, open-air Bal-Harbour Shops that house designer brands like Chanel, Bulgaria and, Jimmy Choo, to name a few, and an array of top-rated restaurants. If you are would like to have more information on any of the Oceania Towers, please call Gladis Henriquez 305-281-8653.