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’s budget is $1 million with a twist: It must be a penthouse.
While all penthouses were not created equal and some buildings could technically have 20-plus “penthouse” residences, they’re typically found on the highest floors of the building, and hence offer the best views.
We spotlighted five that meet this criteria located in the following areas: Midtown, Downtown, Edgewater, Brickell Key, and Mid-Beach.
Midtown: Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences #PH12
Priced at $754,900, this 1,100-square-foot unit is at the soon-to-be completed Hyde Midtown. It offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, some spectacular sunset views to the west, and is one of four remaining penthouses in the building.
Downtown Miami: Epic Residences #4711
via Francisco Rodrigeuz of Melo Real Estate
Here’s a 1,237-square-foot unit on the 47th floor at the Epic with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and some top-notch hotel amenities. The asking price is 925,000.
Brickell Key: Courvoisier Courts #LPH12
via Michael Light, Miami Luxury Homes of Douglas Elliman
Listed at $929,000, here’s a lower penthouse in Brickell Key offering 1,655 square feet under air, nearly 200 square feet of terrace, and some dynamite bay views. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Edgewater: Bay House #LPH5
via Jacky Franco, Douglas Elliman
This 1,677-square-foot lower penthouse at Bay House has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a $959,000 price tag. The corner residence boasts unobstructed bay and city views.
Mid-Beach: The Alexander #PH2
via Evan Honigsfeld, Beachfront Realty
Asking 975,000 is a 1,180-square-foot corner penthouse residence in Miami Beach with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two balconies overlooking the beach. Note: The building is currently amid a renovation.
Which penthouse would you buy?
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