Bal Harbour

Bal Harbour is an affluent community on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Miami.

Welcome to Bal Harbour

An affluent island community with upscale shopping and dining.
Bal Harbour is an affluent community on the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Miami. It is a world-class resort destination with some of the best beaches, shopping, and dining in all of South Florida and is home to many high-profile celebrities and business leaders. The island community is approximately 40 minutes from downtown Miami and only 25 minutes north of Miami Beach.
As a Bal Harbour resident and hotel guest, a top priority is to activate your Unscripted Art Access Card. The pass, which is free, confers admission to over a dozen cultural institutions throughout Miami. Permanent residents also can join Bal Harbour Yacht Club, which features a private marina with 24-hour gated security. They have slips available for vessels up to 160 feet with electricity.
In part because of these amenities, Bal Harbour has become one of the most popular spots on the island for luxury living. The neighborhood is lined with multimillion-dollar mansions and high rises, high-end shopping, world-class dining, resorts and a host of other luxury amenities.

What to Love

  • The Jetty, a prime surfing destination
  • Pristine and semi-private beaches 
  • Beach path designed for walking, jogging and biking 
  • World-renowned Bal Harbour Shops
  • Five-star resorts and spas 
  • Luxury hotels and upscale activities
  • Active community with walkable areas
  • Forthcoming waterfront recreational center
  • Forthcoming Cut Walk Jetty (designed by Mikyoung Kim Design Studio)

Local Lifestyle

Bal Harbour, Fla., is a small but luxurious village located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s known for its beautiful semi-private white sandy beaches, exclusive shopping and dining, art exhibits and lavish events. The Village also boasts an elegant lifestyle and resort-style living. Its landscape is made up of luxurious highrise condos along the ocean as well as five-star hotels and gated waterfront homes. But there’s so much more to this waterfront paradise than meets the eye. The best way to explore Bal Harbour is to experience it by walking along the beach path and through the Bal Harbour Shops. The area is also known for its vibrant art scene, with art exhibits and art installations located all throughout the village. It’s the perfect community, one with endless fun and relaxation.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Bal Harbour Shops is a popular shopping mall with upscale shopping and dining. The mall has stores like Alexander McQueen, Bvlgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi Roma, Gucci, and more. 
There are also elegant, fine dining restaurants like Carpaccio. The Italian café is spacious and elegant, with a stunning outdoor garden that serves seafood, high-quality meat, pasta, and more. 
Le Zoo is a brasserie with modern, sophisticated décor and an energetic vibe. The restaurant serves French and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, including cheese plates, bistro classics, and traditional cuisine. 
Makoto is a sleek eatery with indoor and outdoor dining options complete with Japanese greenery. The restaurant serves a fusion of traditional and modern Japanese cuisine on artfully plated dishes.

Things to Do

Bal Harbour Jetty, located at the community's northern tip, features stunning water views that span up to Sunny Isles Beach and down to Miami Beach and overlooks the Haulover Cut, where you can watch yachts and watercraft entering and leaving the waterway. 
The Surfside Walking Path stretches from Bal Harbour down to Surfside. This beachside path has beautiful water views and is perfect for walking, biking, and jogging, or just strolling. Once a month, the New World Symphony plays on the beach, providing one of the more beautiful experiences Greater Miami has to offer.
St. Regis is a luxury oceanfront resort that offers overnight accommodations, a spa, dining options, pools, a fitness center, and childcare. The Spa at St. Regis is a luxurious, relaxing space surrounded by tropical landscapes and white-sand beaches. The spa is a distinguished service that features couples’ suits, treatment rooms, and services like body scrubs, facials, massages, and more.
Another excellent resort, The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbor, is located on Bal Harbour Beach at the north end of its residential area. The grounds contain Artisan Beach House, the only waterfront restaurant overlooking the Haulover Inlet. Artisan serves lunch and dinner and specializes in fresh seafood, local produce, and global cuisines. The venue also hosts Sunday brunch and includes a large private dining room that can be reserved for special occasions. After your meal, consider taking a break at Exhale Spa, located in the Ritz-Carlton. This boutique fitness center and spa is a destination spot featuring an array of yoga, barre and HIT classes with stunning views of Haulover cut and ocean from inside the studio.


Miami Dade County Public Schools is the fourth largest public school system in the nation serving more than 334,000 students. The K-12 schools also serve students in Bal Harbour and surrounding areas. The A-rated schools have a 93% graduation rate and are proud to have more than 160 countries represented in their student body. Students may attend:
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Overview for Bal Harbour, FL

3,037 people live in Bal Harbour, where the median age is 58 and the average individual income is $86,966. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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58 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Bal Harbour, FL

Bal Harbour has 1,379 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Bal Harbour do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 3,037 people call Bal Harbour home. The population density is 12,530.36 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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48.57 / 51.43%

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