Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Miami neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's penthouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,300.
↑ Have you ever wanted to live out of a luxurious hotel suite, lounging by day and ordering room service by night? Here's your chance! A furnished studio at the Four Seasons in Brickell will cost the typical out-of-town jet-setter $500+ per night, but you can enjoy the same amenities and services for just $76 per night, or $2,300 per month.
↑ If you're willing to endure endless traffic and deafening 747s for a little more breathing room, consider this spacious 3-bedroom single-family home in Doral. The home offers a 2-car garage, an outdoor dining area, and an awkwardly placed terrarium. Rent is $2,350/month.
↑ This furnished one-bedroom, situated on 5th and Ocean, boasts an impressive rooftop pool, an unrivaled location, and a view facing the ocean. If it weren't for those pesky palm trees, you might actually be able to see water, but hey, you're only paying $2,300/month for one of South Beach's most desired addresses. Parking not included (good luck with that).
↑ The Hammocks, civilization's last frontier before the Everglades, is Miami's westernmost suburb. Given its remote location, it's not particularly surprising that you get a lot of bang for your buck around here. Complete with a sketchy shed, 20' ceilings, and M.C. Escher staircase, this 4-bedroom 3.5-bathroom single-family home will only run you $2,350/month.