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Urban Rover - The high end self balancing board.
For retail, wholesale, and distribution opportunities, please contact Eddie Dziura by emailing eddie@key-biscayne.com or calling 305-498-1641
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There is so much more of Key Biscayne to see and experience from the water and it is possible to rent a wonderful vessel right here on the island of Key Biscayne.  If you and your friends and family would like to tour the sandbars, the bay, or venture into the blue water for some offshore fishing in a twin engine vessel or sail aboard a luxurious catamaran sailboat, your trip is merely moments away. Simply call or send a text to 305-498-1641 for prompt, friendly, and professional assistance in putting together your personalized and private time on the water today.  email: keybsea@gmail.com

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Key Biscayne Toys LLC brings the best in luxury high end golf carts to the island of Key Biscayne as a Garia distributor. The Garia is approved at more than 100 luxury communities throughout North America including the island of Key Biscayne.  Key Biscayne Toys LLC and Garia present the ultimate luxury golf car. The Garia has a very unique construction while using only the best materials that allows for complete customization to complement a vessel, home or lifestyle.

Key Biscayne Toys LLC is on the front side of this luxury golf cart movement as there is a clear trend in high-end communities allowing luxury products to be used to enhance the quality of life.

As an extremely unique luxury product, the Garia is a great match for the high-end community of Key Biscayne. With the luxury Garia golf cart, residents and visitors can complete the experience of luxury, exclusivity and unrivalled customer service which are all available right here on the island.

By far, the best way to experience the luxury Garia is to schedule a free demo with Key Biscayne Toys LLC by calling 305-934-2038 or emailing info@keybiscaynetoys.com

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Crandon Park Beach 1947

Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne as seen from the eastern side of Key Biscayne from the air.
This photo was taken before Crandon Marina was in place and also notice the absence of the Miami Seaquarium.  Seems that there is nothing but a causeway and a couple of bridges connecting Key Biscayne to the mainland.  Also one can see the size and simplicity of the City of Miami where the tallest building in downtown Miami would have been the courthouse.  Crandon Beach located in the foreground is nothing but sand, coconut palms, and massive parking lots.  Not shown would be the Crandon Park Zoo which would be on the far left of the picture if it went that far.
The article below first
appeared in the Miami Daily News in 1947.......

The day is rapidly approaching when Dade Countians will be given their first opportunity to see the beautiful park which the county commission has, through its foresight, been able to develop on their behalf. Sometime in September, the Rickenbacker Causeway will be opened, permitting vehicle traffic to Virginia and Biscayne Keys.

The people of the area will be quick to realize that the county commission and the county park department faced a monumental problem in the development of Crandon Park.

That portion of Biscayne Key which makes up Crandon Park was donated to the county with the provision that the county must construct a causeway from the mainland.  It is being built with money obtained from the sale of self liquidating bonds which will be serviced by tolls collected on vehicles crossing the causeway.  The park improvement, financed largely with money from the regular park fund, will not be entirely completed when the first visitors arrive on the key.  Inadequate funds, the
problem of transporting all materials by barge and the difficulty of having to carry workers to and from the key by boat each day have combined to retard the development.
First concessions operating in the park are to be housed in temporary structures.  These will be replaced by attractive permanent buildings as rapidly as time and availability of funds permit  Meanwhile nothing can detract from the natural beauties of the park.
Visitors to the park will view two miles of the most beautiful beach in the country, if not in the world.  They will bathe in clear, calm waters, protected from heavy surf by an offshore reef.  They will be able to relax under any of the hundreds of palm trees growing practically at the water's edge.  They will be able to disport themselves in a setting whose qualities are recognized by the makers of motion pictures as outranking any in the country.  All these invaluable assets will become the property of all the people of Dade County for nothing -- a park conservatively valued at $25,000,000 without the expenditure of a single tax dollar for its purchase.

The new park will bear the same name of the man who sparked its development with his untiring efforts.  Chairman Charles H. Crandon of the county commission has performed long and arduous labors to bring about the completion of this tremendous asset.  It will serve as a constant reminder of
his vision and his dedication to the public welfare.