Indian Creek Village is one of the most elite islands in South Florida. The village is unique among similar-sized communities in having its own State of Florida sworn police force including its own 24/7 armed boat patrol around the island. According to the 2004 census, Indian Creek Village is the most protected and secure incorporated municipality in the United States. It is home to some of the most expensive real estate in Miami Dade County.
is considered the top address in Miami. The Indian Creek Island is located in heart of Miami Beach right on Byscane Bay and offers oversized lots all on the water with Downtown Miami views. Indian Creek homes are without any doubt the most prestige and exclusive municipality in Miami. This community is comprised of about 18 luxury estates all located on the water as well as gulf course and a country club. All homes offer over 300 feet of water front so you can part pretty much any size boat. This area offers easy and quick ocean access as well as centeral location to both Airports as well as Downtown Miami and South Beach.
The island is home to the Indian Creek Country Club which has one of the oldest clubhouses in South Florida and the club's golf course is widely considered to be one of the best courses and it occupies the entire interior of the island with a few waterfront holes. Famous residents both past and present have included Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima, Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, his son Enrique Iglesias, pro golfer Raymond Floyd, coaches Rick Pitino and Don Shula, US Senator George Smathers, Sheik Mohammed al-Fassi of Saudi Arabia, television host Don Francisco, billionaire investor Carl Icahn, co -founder of Calvin Klein Barry Schwartz, billionaire developer Donny Soffer, steel executive Leroy Schecter, wireless executive Rajendra Singh, radio magnate Raul Alarcon,real estate billionaire Peter Breton, coal and oil executive Christopher F. Viegas, Fred Hesser CEO and founder of Hesser Group Global, Perry Ellis head George Feldenkreis, and former Philadelphia Eagles owner and billionaire art collector Norman Braman, and former cable company CEO Ken Bagwell.