Key Biscayne is a beautiful island set off the coast of Florida with its only connection to the mainland being via the Rickenbacker Causeway which has been around since the year it was built, 1947. Many find the island of Key Biscayne to be rather interesting in its composition since it is not an actual part of mainland America.
Not only is Key Biscayne a separate entity from mainland America, it is also a separate entity from the Florida Keys. Instead, the island of Key Biscayne is a formation of soil from the Appalachian Mountains which have become eroded over time and created a barrier island nearby as a result of the erosion.
Nowadays though, when people talk about Key Biscayne, they tend to refer to one particular village on the island as opposed to referring to the entire island itself. The funny thing about the village of Key Biscayne is the fact that people were not always as interested in its real estate options until after the completion of the Rickenbacker Causeway, and this makes perfect sense because it would be awkward to own real estate property in an area which was not easily accessible to and from the mainland parts of Miami.
But soon after the Rickenbacker Causeway was up and running, it was as if the island was taken over by storm as various real estate developers rushed to Key Biscayne, each with their own massive real estate development projects in mind. And as many successful real estate developments go, people had found out about the brilliant range of options that were now available on the island village of Key Biscayne.
People who came to the island village could now find large residential apartments which were erected over just a short span of time, and it was amazing to see what large numbers of people would actually come into the island village to make use of these different Key Biscayne real estate options which were reasonably limited in quantity at the time—a time wherein the island village had not been taken in as being an actual part of the Miami-Dade County of Florida.
Soon after such rapid growth had taken place on the island village, it had been warmly embraced into being a part of the Miami-Dade County of Florida, and has also improved in terms of the Key Biscayne real estate options that people can choose from when it comes to the residential selection that is available on the local market.