Completed in 1878 and still operating, the historic landmark has saved countless lives with its percipient placement so deep within essential trade routes, and, although ravaged by the Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, remains a stunning testament to the power of Sunshine State-based industry. Although invaluable in its operation, perhaps the most important facet of this pharos for the average Floridian is its commanding visage, seen here so eloquently captured in the sunset. That alone is well worth a day trip to visit this palpable piece of Key Biscayne history.
EWM hosted an informative seminar on Tax Reform Law and its implications on the real estate market and Miami-Dade’s ordinance on Section 8 Housing Discrimination.
Moët & Chandon hosted a series of VIP events during the Miami Open in Key Biscayne at their exclusive on-site lounge at the tournament, including red carpet experiences, players parties and culinary adventures.