Flamingo South Beach is a 15-story, bayfront condominium development located in South Beach. Originally built in 1960 as an apartment complex, Flamingo South Beach was converted to condominiums in 2010 by MCZ Development Corp and Centro Properties. Flamingo South Beach is the southernmost tower of the three-tower development called Flamingo Point. It has a total of 562 condo residences comprised of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. The units at Flamingo South Beach South Tower feature hurricane-impact-resistant windows, central air conditioning, and a private balcony (for non-studio residences). The north and center towers of Flamingo Point are apartment dwellings owned by AIMCO. Flamingo Point was designed by award-winning architect Bernard Zyscovich.
Flamingo Point is a 16.5-acre site situated along Biscayne Bay. The resort-style amenities include a 1,300-foot-long baywalk; an infinity-edge pool; a 14,000-square-foot fitness center with yoga, spin, and boot-camp classes; a basketball court; work suites; an indoor/outdoor rideshare drop-off area; and more. Additionally, Flamingo South Beach / Flamingo Point has an on-site Cuban cafe called Bebito’s Cafe, dry cleaners, a convenience store, and a restaurant. Flamingo Point offers parking to residents at a rate of $117.50 per month.
Flamingo South Beach condominium is located at 1500 Bay Road in Miami Beach’s South Beach neighborhood. Its location puts residents of Flamingo South Beach within walking distance of Whole Foods, Joe & The Juice, Oliver’s Bistro, and Flamingo Park as well as the shops, restaurants, and movie theater on Lincoln Road. By car, Flamingo South Beach is 18 minutes from Brickell, 18 minutes from Wynwood, and 22 minutes from the Miami International Airport.