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Exploring What $2,300/Month Rents You in Miami

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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.
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Four Seasons Tower

1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida