There is no easier access to the ocean.
Best location in all of Dade or Broward County.
One 33' x 18' slip and one 25' x 8' with davits
on the 79th St. Causeway and Biscayne Bay.
Just minutes to Haulover or Government Cuts
with no fixed bridges to ocean.
Concrete piers with separately metered electric. Water and Cable. Full time Dock Master. Facilities include lounge, fuel pier, pool, restaurant, convenient store and fitness center. Sea Tow operates from this Marina.
These slips are Income Producing & Tax Free.
05/27/05 - Sun Sentinel - Front Page
Change on the Waterfront
Marinas leave boaters HIGH & DRY
Big money squeezes out small vessels
10/07/05 - Miami Herald - Business - Real Estate
Posh Ports ........boat storage is in high demand
and short supply as marinas and dry docks give way
to luxury high rises and other developments.
03/30/06 - Miami Herald - Business section
Slipping Away - ANOTHER SOUTH FLORIDA MARINA SUCCUMBS TO REDEVELOPMENT,
FORCING BOAT OWNERS TO FIND SLIPS IN AN
ALREADY TIGHT MARKET
November 2006 - Waterfront News
Dockage costs rise as available waterfront land shrinks
"It's all about supply and demand....prices were pushed up by a limited number of existing marinas, difficulties getting permits for new ones, and a strong desire of a growing population for boating and living on the water.
You can now offer a boat slip with any residence or vessel you
wish to sell.
Boat slips are yeilding a rate of return of 35% per year according to FL State - Certified General Appraisers
33' x 18' slip $99,900.
25' x 8' with davits $54,900
Broker participation welcome.
City Smart Magazine
Docking Dilema - Slip Shortage
The problem it seems is that the population and boating industry is booming but the number of slips is not. "There are only so many spaces. [Permitting makes it] difficult to add slips. In addition, there is an increase in the acquisition of marinas for private development. With the increased demand and the smaller supply, the economics are simple. The price for slips is going up.
08/28/06 - Miami Herald - Business Monday
Bahamas' marina demand rises on S. Florida boat slip shortage
As condominium towers continue to rise where marinas used to be, local boaters are scrambling to find dock space, an increasingly expensive luxury that can cost as much as the boat itself.
"Florida is sold out," said Eddie Lauth, a developer who plans to build two marinas....on the island of Eleuthra.
12/04/06 - Sun Sentinel - Your Business
Boat owners find lack of space for docks, storage
Waterfront property for marine use has been drying up as developers buy marinas and build waterfront condos.
Existing marinas and dry dock storage sites are tight, and government regulations limit new construction.
Many marinas are full and have waiting lists. Boat owners in South Florida are running out of space as the number
of boats is increasing.
3/23/07 - Sun Sentinel - Front Page
Left High and Dry - Boaters Squeezed
It's no secrest there is a shortage of space to dock a boat in Florida. But the lack of dock space - and boat storage -
is a growing problem. Several marinas on valuable waterfront property are selling out to high-rise developers. "The dockage is disappearing", Marine Advisory Board Member, Bernie Gartner says. "We just don't have a place to put boats."