Key Biscayne is also home to one of Florida's first and most exciting marine attractions, the Miami Seaquarium. Constituting an exotic oasis spanning 38-acres and featuring eight different marine animal shows daily, the Miami Seaquarium is a must-see by both visitors and residents to the island. The Miami Seaquarium's newest exhibit, Dolphin Harbor, will add to the further delight of audiences as guests will have the opportunity to interact with dolphins firsthand.Continue Reading!
The City of Aventura has an Express shuttle bus which is a city-run public bus service. The Broward County Transit bus and the Miami-Dade Transit bus systems run through Aventura. The main road in Aventura is Biscayne Boulevard and the William H. Lehman Causeway. There are no interstates in the city; however, I-95 is merely five minutes from the city. Aventura is conveniently located between South Floridaâ€™s two central airports: The Miami International Airport and the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport....Continue Reading!
Aventura offers its residents access to the Don Soffer Exercise Trail and several parks. The largest park is Founder's Park, which features 12-acres of various recreational amenities including, playgrounds, tropically landscaped walkways, a bay walk, and the SplashPad, a designated area where children can play in multiple fountains. For more information on Aventura Parks Continue Reading!
SIX NEW SALES ASSOCIATES JOIN ESSLINGERâˆ™WOOTENâˆ™MAXWELL REALTORSâ€™ AVENTURA OFFICE AVENTURA, FL (August 2, 2007) - Esslingerâˆ™Wootenâˆ™Maxwell (EWM) Realtors, one of the largest residential real estate firms in the U.S., announced today that six new sales associates have joined its Aventura office; David Friedlich, Jose Klahr, Judy Klahr, Esther Mantel, Robert Oberstein, and Brian Savits. Friedlich, born in Caracas, Venezuela, has lived in South Florida for 15 years. He attended University of Florida where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business...Continue Reading!