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Exploring What $2,700/Month Rents You in Miami

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: $2,700.


↑Live large in this bi-level Edgewater loft! The fully furnished 1-bedroom condo is outfitted with oversized art and two 8' floor lamps—guaranteed to impress your most discerning friends if the unobstructed bay views and soaring 20' ceilings aren't enough. Rent is $2700/month.


↑Affordable new construction is hard to come by in Miami Beach, which makes this 1-bedroom penthouse at Eden House (6700 Indian Creek Drive) all the more special. The unit, constructed in 2013, comes tastefully furnished and boasts modern appliances. The commanding views of the Intracoastal and Atlantic will set you back $2750/month.


↑You can enjoy South Beach without the hectic traffic, just check out this 1-Bedroom 2-Bathroom on Island Ave. The waterfront condo on the Venetian Causeway has been fully renovated, and if the building's pool isn't lavish enough for you, The Standard is a mere block away. Recently reduced to $2700/month.


↑If you're a fan of contemporary cube-shaped architecture, look no further. This modern 3-bedroom home, located in Coral Gables, has minimalist finishes, an extensive backyard, and an exposed living room that strangers can creepily peer into. The strategic window placement will lower your AC bill, but is not very aesthetic. The contemporary lifestyle will cost you $2700/month.


↑No, you didn't misread that— $2700/month will you get SIX bedrooms in Homestead. The home, which spans over 3500 square feet, sits on an entire acre, ensuring privacy. If affordable space is your main concern, this is as good as it gets, but just remember, you'll be living in Homestead, and in that.

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