Lucas Boccheciampe and his family moved from Caracas, Venezuela to Miami in the summer of 2013 where he immediately began his career as a high-end luxury real estate advisor. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering. While pursuing his degree he worked as a Treasury Trader for Citibank, Caracas. Upon completion he excelled in Real Estate Construction Management and pursued a professional career as an Industrial Engineer. With Lucas’ drive and talent, he became a successful entrepreneur in the construction of residential & commercial projects, which allowed him to transition seamlessly into residential real estate. He has extensive experience selling pre-construction projects as well as general real estate.
For him a sale is more than just showing a property, it requires actively studying the local market and understanding the ever-changing factors that impact a purchase or sale enabling his clients with information to make smart, sound real estate decisions. He has earned a solid reputation for his first-class service, attention-to-detail, as well as his ability to thoughtfully pair the lifestyle desires his clients seek. Through the use of the Compass technology, Lucas is able to provide quality information in less time, increasing his efficiency, and allowing him to spend more facetime and creating lasting relationships with clients.
Along with Lucas’s passion for his career he enjoys being in the outdoors pursuing hobbies that include kite boarding, mountain biking, boating, yoga, riding his Boosted Board around Key Biscayne and most water sports. Lucas has an extensive ability to sports and recently began competing in triathlons ranging in all distances and he qualified to be a member of the TEAM USA that will represent the country in the World Championship in 2019. The best part about all these hobbies is that he is able to share them with his wife and two young daughters as they too join in the same activities.
Key Biscayne is just a short drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway, the ocean is all over the place and the lifestyle is just perfect, everything you need is 5 to 10 minutes away. Doesn’t get better than that!. Key Biscayne has beautiful beaches and has two major parks Crandon Park to the north and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park to the south. People who live on Key Biscayne often marvel at the sense of Community found here and they also often end up embracing such a mindset. While everyone here loves their privacy, when it comes to engaging in community activities that aim to help others or to foster camaraderie within the neighborhood, people are often ready to participate. Volunteering is one of the things people here love doing, along with family activities that bring the entire community together.
Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne is a championship 18-hole golf course located on the island paradise of Key Biscayne, just 10 minutes from downtown Miami. It is the perfect alternative to civilization where you can spend a day enveloped by the tropics. Crandon Golf is an explosion of color and light surrounded by water, mangroves and lush, tropical foliage. Secluded and inviting, Crandon is the only public golf course on Biscayne Bay.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Beach, located on the tip of Key Biscayne, is a relaxing and scenic alternative to some of Miami's more popular beaches. It is also home to an historic lighthouse, the oldest standing building in Miami-Dade County, which offers scheduled tours. Bill Baggs is a regular A-lister on Dr. Beach lists and constantly receives kudos from other noted travel publications.
Key Biscayne and Virginia Key are located just a few miles off the coast of Downtown Miami. Featuring panoramic water views everywhere you turn, Key Biscayne is home to a number of protected parks, historic preserves, attractions like the Miami Seaquarium, elite golf courses and more.
In the 1800s, Key Biscayne was made up of coconut plantations, but today, it’s one of the most visited destinations for water enthusiasts and beach lovers. Whether you go boating, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling or just hanging out on the beach, Key Biscayne is the place to be.
If there’s one thing everyone loves about Miami, it has to be the beaches. However, many of these beaches aren’t just good for sunbathing; some offer genuinely decent launches for kite surfing. Frustratingly though, many of Miami’s beaches have strict limitations on kite surfing, though there’s still a few places where you can relax and get some solid quality time with the water. Indeed, Miami has an alright mix of easy and somewhat technical launches, with most being fairly easily accessible. Key Biscayne offers one of the top spots for kite surfing around Miami.
One of the considerations families have when they are thinking of relocating is not just the availability of schools in the area, but also the quality of these educational institutions. When you talk about the best schools, you will find that Key Biscayne has quite a number of private and public schools for parents to choose from. In order for a school to be considered a great one, these have to rate high when it comes to test scores, which show you the academic standards of these institutions. This island neighborhood is considered one of the better communities here, and is also one of the more affluent.
Visit Crandon Park, home of Crandon Park Marina, a protected area that is open to the public. Set sail from this marina and you’ll be in close proximity to views of the Downtown Miami skyline and bustling South Beach. Part of the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department, and located right on Crandon Beach, Miami EcoAdventures offers a series of guided kayak, snorkeling, biking or hiking excursions that lets locals and visitors alike connect with Mother Nature. Dubbed the “masters of outdoor discovery,” guides host land adventures like ghost tours, archeological walks, archery lessons, biking and hiking tours and camping.