Nestled just off the Intracoastal Waterway between the mainland and the Atlantic, Williams Island is a private community where ONE | Sotheby’s Bellini project will rise among existing residences — the last building to grace this urban paradise.
The gated, 80-acre enclave currently boasts eight towers with spectacular views, a Mediterranean village and a town home development. The community is elegant and serene, featuring many amenities, including 16 tennis courts, 3 restaurants and a 27,000 square foot spa.
While each building has its own pool, residents enjoy gathering at a community swim area adjacent to a restaurant.
Williams Island is also a boater’s paradise. Yacht owners can dock vessels up to 160 feet long in 106 slips. Full dock master service and easy access to the Atlantic via Haulover Cut make this an ideal spot for the recreational boater or big game anglers. Slips are available for short-term or annual lease.
Families with kids enjoy peace of mind knowing children can play safely in the streets and also take advantage of shuttle bus services when visiting friends from building to building.
With award-winning landscaping, Williams Island feels a world apart, but it’s just a stone’s throw away from conveniences, markets, shopping at world-renown Aventura Mall, dozens of restaurants and world-class golf at Turnberry Isle.
The island is also conveniently located between Miami-Dade and Broward counties, no more than half an hour away from airports and cultural hot spots in downtown Miami as well as Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale.
South Florida Business Journal rated Williams Island as number two in the top twenty-five country club communities in South Florida – supporting the island’s claim to fame as Florida’s Riviera on par with France’s Côte d’Azur and Italy’s Liguria coastline.
Membership is required for all Williams Island residents but is affordable, currently at under $2,000 a year for families. To learn more about the club, visit Williams Island.
For more information about ONE | Sotheby’s project on Williams Island, visit the Bellini website.