Welcome to Miami’s Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out!
This week we circle back to Miami’s median rent for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,750 a month, according to the latest report. That actually represents a 3 percent decrease from a year ago but still remains well above the national figure of $1,233.
We’re going to stretch our search to $1,800 being that it’s a renter’s market and discounts of at least $50 are likely. We’re also going to focus solely on the four neighborhoods remaining in this year’s Curbed Cup: Wynwood, South Beach, Brickell, and Downtown.
Other recent Curbed Comparisons include apartments for $3,000 or less and homes for sale asking under $280,000.
Downtown: 90 Southwest 3rd Street #3516
Here’s a one-bed, one-bath at the Ivy featuring views of the city and the river. It’s 736 square feet and the building offers a variety of amenities.
Brickell: 200 Southeast 15th Road #17G
This 704-square-foot residence in Brickell offers one bedroom, one and a half bathrooms, beautiful views of the bay, granite countertops, and wood floors.
Wynwood/Midtown: 3451 Northeast 1st Avenue #MO904
This 492-square-foot studio in Midtown is bright and offers a modern open kitchen in addition to a large balcony and top-of-the-line amenities.
South Beach: 1670 Lincoln Court #4B
Here’s a furnished 750-square-foot apartment overlooking the bay in a highly walkable area of South Beach.
Which apartment would you choose?
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