Ocean Point

Like other condominiums in the area, the eleven story Ocean Point building has its own glimmering pool overlooking the ocean that makes for a wonderful and relaxing alternative to the beach. Those who like to keep in top physical shape need only head over to the Ocean Point’s fully equipped fitness facility. If you need to let everything go after a stressful day, simply make a visit to the building’s spa. A laundry room convenience is also provided.

The homes at the Ocean Point feature generously sized private balconies which may end up becoming your favorite spot to relax in after a hard day at work. The beach and waterfront views will instantly dissipate whatever your worries may be and are reason enough to consider a home at the Ocean Point. The open kitchens have their own high end appliances and granite countertops and the bathrooms have recently been renovated with new deluxe fixtures.
The South of Fifth neighborhood sits at the southern point of Miami Beach just across Government Cut from Fisher Island. The views from the South of Fifth area are naturally beautiful. The proximity to the Macarthur Causeway, the new shopping center, and the Ocean Drive and Washington Avenue scenes means that you would not have to go far for a good time, day or night. South of Fifth is characterized by a select few ultra-luxurious high-rise condominium towers. Among these are Portofino Tower, Apogee, Continuum North and South, Murano Grande, and several others. Famous Joe’s Stone Crab, Prime 112, and China Grill ensure that a trip for fine dining need not be more than a few blocks. In short, South of Fifth is a more select section of ever-hip South Beach.
World famous south beach in Miami Beach, Florida is a tremendous melting pot of virtually every culture, language, nightlife, and beautiful beachfront scenery. A mesh of both urban and low-density residential properties, the South Beach area ensures that there is something to satisfy everybody’s tastes. The combination of towering beautiful condos and endless beachfront is quite a sight to behold. Epic nights in the unique dining and clubbing scene are a regular part of the deal when living on Miami Beach. Clubs such as Mansion, Liv, Louis, and Cameo are sprinkled along Washington and Collins Avenue. This phenomenon sparks a split personality between the night and day on Miami Beach.
Lincoln Road Mall presents a world-class pedestrian shopping center full of renowned boutiques and inspired dining. The New World Symphony also calls the Lincoln Road area its home. The Filmore theatre offers yet another show experience just down the street. Luxury hotels and resorts are also common place along the shorelines of Miami Beach. Some of these include the Fountainbleau, the Eden Roc, the W Hotel, the Gansevoort, as well as many others. A top-of-the-line convention center adds to the tourist appeal, bringing in tremendous shows and exhibits. Among these are the yacht and boat show, Art Basel, the auto show, the antique show, and many others.

  • Name Ocean Point
  • Address 345 Ocean Drive
    Miami, Florida 33139
  • Year Built 1970
  • View Oceanfront 
  • Total Units 238
  • Floors 11
  • Floorplan Types
  • Price Range $175,000 to $349,900
  • Sqft Range 648 to 662
  • Pet Friendly Yes
  • Developer
  • Architect  T. Hunter Henderson