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Explore What $1M Buys You in 5 Miami Neighborhoods

From Coral Gables to South Beach

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various Miami neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out!

Today we are armed with a $1-million budget with our sights set on five of Miami's more prominent neighborhoods. We begin to the south.

Coral Gables: 631 Santurce Avenue

↑ Asking $997,500, this three-bed, two-bath home in the Gables has been fully updated with stainless steel appliances, new kitchen cabinets and granite countertops. The 1,855-square-foot house has a nice deck area too.

Coconut Grove: Ritz Carlton Residences #1404

↑ Listed at $949,000, this cute two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom unit at Ritz-Carlton Residences features an open kitchen, marble and wood floors, vast walk-in closet and bay views. It measures up at 1,666 square feet.

Brickell: The Plaza #5011

↑ Asking $1,000,000, on the nose, this two-bed, two-bath corner unit on the 50th floor of the Plaza offers some ridiculous views. It's much smaller than most of the other options at 1,347 square feet.

Edgewater: Bay House #3603

↑ This 36th-floor unit at Bay House with the tremendous bay views is listed at $999,000. It has three bathrooms, three bathrooms and is just over 1,600 square feet.

South Beach: Mondrian PH1616


↑ This corner penthouse unit at the Mondrian on South Beach is asking $995,000. It's the smallest option on our list at 1,088 square feet. Fully furnished, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, -- MY GOODNESS, THAT VIEW.