Clipper Condo

The Clipper is located on the Bay at NE 69th Street.  The building is secluded in a quiet residential community.  The building is gated and has a doorman, pool and exercise facilities with nice views of Biscayne Bay.  There are 149 residences. 1 and 2 bedrooms.


Looking south toward downtown Miami. 

In Miami, just north of Morningside and south of Belle Meade, is the Bayside Historic District. In the late 19th Century, this Upper East Side neighborhood was part of Lemon City, one of the area’s earliest pioneer settlements. More than a hundred years later, it's on-the-water location is still sought-after real estate.

One subdivision of Bayside is Baywood, running from NE 69th Street to the south side of NE 71st Street along Biscayne Bay. Part of the easternmost portion of the area is Baywood Park, 1.87 mighty little acres, making it the smallest of the City of Miami waterfront parks.

But with approximately 677 feet of bay frontage and a spectacular view, the park is no small bananas.

Purchased by the city in 1987 to be used for park and/or marina purposes, Baywood Park offers a clear view of the Julia Tuttle Causeway across the bay and both the Miami and Miami Beach skylines. Legion Picnic Islands and Bird Key -- part of Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserves -- rise up from the park’s adjacent waters. Next door are the Palm Bay Yacht Club Condo and Marina and the Clipper condominium.


At 1.87 acres, it’s Miami’s smallest waterfront park, but it’s a jewel.

Find a bench, enjoy the tranquility, get to your happy place inside, and you might not notice the occasional jet skier and motor boat.

Most visitors here are neighbors, coming on foot to walk or jog, or by wheels to skateboard or bike along the concrete pathways. If you’re coming by car, there’s plenty of daytime-only street parking along NE 69th and NE 71st streets.

Miami listings last updated Aug 11, 2022 10:37:am.