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 go condo hunting armed with a budget of $1 million, looking at units in Brickell, Downtown Miami, Edgewater, and South Beach.
Take the tour and vote for your favorite at the end.
↑ Brickell: 68 Southeast 6th Street #2812 (Reach)
Here’s a two-bed, two-bath corner unit in Brickell City Centre’s Reach, measuring 1,802 square feet. Perks include an oversized balcony, electronic toilet/bidet system and obviously brand-new everything.
↑ Downtown Miami: 200 Biscayne Boulevard Way #3602 (Epic)
Touted as the lowest-priced two-bedroom in Epic (per square foot), this renovated unit has two and a half bathrooms, high-end finishes, a den, and three balconies.
↑ Edgewater: 665 Northeast 25th Street #PH3
This two-bed, three-bath penthouse in Onyx on the Bay in Edgewater features a 732-square-foot terrace with an outdoor kitchen and a hot tub.
↑ South Beach: 635 Euclid Avenue #104
This three-bedroom townhouse in South Beach is the largest, by far, of any other unit on this list at 1,990 square feet. It's three stories with a private rooftop deck.