This luxurious yet quiet residential neighborhood receives its name after the famous at the Southernmost end of Flagler Avenue. This area encompasses Simonton Street beginning at the Atlantic Ocean to United Street north to White Street and then east to White Street Pier and Higgs Beach.
The Casa Marina district does not fall within HARC (Historic Architectural Review Commission) so the homes in this area are a mix of mid-century modern architecture to ultra-modern new construction. Well-manicured tropical gardens surround the wide tree-lined streets that are perfect for an evening stroll or bike ride. Most residents are long-term with a select few homes available as monthly or seasonal rentals.
There are several great restaurants in the Casa Marina neighborhood such as , , and Saluté. For the exercise enthusiast, there are tennis, pickleball and badminton courts between Casa Marina Court and Higgs Beach as well as a fitness course. Bike, walk or run along the path that follows the beach all the way around the island. For dog lovers, there are two dog parks at the corner of White Street and Atlantic Blvd, for both big and small dogs. Higgs Beach also features two popular playgrounds, one fenced area directly on the beach adjacent to the West Martello Tower which is home to . The second playground is directly across the street, known as Astro City. Competitive bocce is played several nights a week at the bocce courts at the eastern end of White Street.
Casa Marina homeowners enjoy the best waterfront recreation access of any Key West neighborhood. Make the most of your day by watching the sunrise at White Street Pier or enjoy some local fishing off the pier.