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's budget is $1,500 with the focus on Miami's core -- Brickell, Downtown, and Edgewater. Five years ago that amount could've landed a high-end two-bedroom in a fully-loaded condo. Today? Not so much.
For $1,500, this remodeled Brickell studio has an updated kitchen and 580 square feet.
For $1,500, here's a one-bedroom unit in the heart of Downtown Miami with wood floors, a walk-in closet and 815 square feet.
For $1,275, you get a 400-square-foot studio with a bay view located just off the Venetian Causeway.
For $1,379, this ninth-floor studio at Bay Parc Plaza has 440 square feet and a bay view.
For $1,500, here's a one-bedroom loft-style unit in The Loft 2 with 632 square feet.