It’s possible that Maison Residences could be the very last oceanfront condominium ever to be built in Islamorada
Located in the Florida Keys, Islamorada, Village of Islands is 18 linear miles, and has a land area of approximately 3,900 acres and is less that one mile wide on each side of US1 at its widest point.
The Florida Legislature designated the Florida Keys Area of Critical State Concern in 1974 due to the area’s environmental sensitivity and mounting development pressures.
New Oceanfront luxury condominiums in Islamorada will soon be a thing of the past. As the quaint seaside village of Islamorada has become very aware and protective of its natural beauty and surroundings, it is understandably very committed to preserving this innocence.
In Islamorada, there are a fixed number of building permits that will be issued within the Village that are awarded competitively through the Building Permit Allocation System (BPAS). When the current allotment expires, no further permits for new residential construction will be issued. As of today, the permit allotment is due to be emptied in 2023, just four years away.