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Updating The Curbed Miami Rental Heatmap

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It's been more than a year since our last installment of the Curbed Miami Rental Heatmap and, well, we've got some new contenders, and a few oldies have dropped off the list. They're all generally within Miami's core, with only one—the ubiquitous Flamingo—on the beach. We've added some new data, including rental price ranges, thanks to the hard work of Curbed Miami's very first intern ever Nicolas Bogdan. So, thanks Nicolas!


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1. Flamingo South Beach

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1504 Bay Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 472-3497
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With three massive towers, a bunch of townhouses, expansive grounds, a beauty salon, a pet salon, a spa, a sandy-beach pool, an infinity pool, a David Barton Gym, a private car sharing service (like Car2Go, but just for the building), and a residential population of South Beach's finest, the notorious Flamingo is a giant compound of rental insanity smack dab in the center of South Beach. Probably contributing to that notoriety: the onsite liquor store. Rents range from $1,500 to $3,800.

2. 22 Skyview

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425 NE 22 Street
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 571-0000
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Melo Group's 22 Skyview, which has rents ranging from $1,500-$2,750 a month, recently opened in Edgewater. With concave and convex walls, the tower has a tiny smidge of architectural styling, but beyond that it's all stucco and glass. Views to the south, over Margaret Pace Park, an inlet of the bay, and a church parking lot, are glorious, but lower floor renters may want to be grateful they're just renting instead of owning. That church and its parking lot are on primo developable land.

3. Wynwood Lofts

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250 NW 23rd St
Miami, FL 33127

One of the rare residential options in Wynwood, only a few of the rental units in Wynwood Lofts (which is half owner, half rental) remain available. The building is converted commercial, making it real lofts in the original sense of the word, for you purists out there. Rents range from $1500-$2750.

4. Paramount Bay

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2020 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 514-0990
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That big plaza out front was where the house from the movie There's Something About Mary used to be. A construction crane fell on it from you-know-where, which the developers claim was an "accident." A wide entry drive has replaced the house. Rents range from $3800-$13,000.

5. Vizcayne

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244 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132

Despite its quirky name (Vizcaya+Biscayne?) the art deco-esque towers of Vizcayne remind us of New York in the 30s. Vizcayne is a set of two towers atop an amenity deck that spans the entire block, making it just about the size of Central Park. Units range in rent from $1,500 to $13,000.

6. 50 Biscayne

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50 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132

With rents ranging from $1,500 to $4,000 a month, 50 Biscayne is the kind of building the Terra built—big, average styling, midrange (we've heard things about the quality of construction)—before their more recent dive into starchitecture and much more high end construction. Still, the location, in the heart of downtown and facing Bayfront Park, is great and only getting better.

7. Opera Tower

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1750 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33132
(786) 315-9595
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Theoretically, you walk home to Opera Tower after seeing Figaro at the Arsht Center a few blocks away. Actually, you pick up your dog's poop at Margaret Pace Park across the street, and walk to the new Publix on Biscayne Boulevard for groceries. With rents ranging from $1,125 to $2,025 and copious bay views, it's still a pretty good life.

8. 4 Midtown

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3301 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 777-3520
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Towering condos, mid-rise lofts, and low-rise live-work setups give you lots of living options in the heart of Miami's very popular insta-city known as Midtown. Rents are a little steeper than many of the downtown towers, ranging from $1,800 to $2,900 a month.

9. Midblock

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3250 NE 1st Ave.
Miami, FL 33127

Are they "sky townhouses," "lofts," "live-work spaces," or just two-story apartments? Well, probably all of the above. This is yet another building in Miami's insta-city of Midtown.

10. Ten Museum Park

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1040 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL

Although built as a condo building, Ten Museum Park—perhaps the most architecturally restrained new tower in the "Biscayne Boulevard Wall" of buildings—has units for rental in the $2,000 range, going up to a whopping $19,000 a month.

11. Met One

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300 South Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33131

Met One, the first tower of the Metropolitan Miami megaproject, is one of those condo towers that went rental in the real estate apocalypse and hasn't yet recommitted itself to total condo-dome. One of the biggest projects of the boom, two of Met Miami's 3 towers have been built, one with two hotels in it, and the third is finally, finally breaking ground with a Whole Foods store at its base. Rents here check out at $1,700 to a sold $4,000 a month.

12. Icon Brickell

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465 Brickell Ave
Miami, FL 33131

Icon Brickell is the Grand Queen of the big real estate boom, designed by Arquitectonica and Philippe Starck, and built by the boom's biggest king, Jorge Perez. It also bankrupted him. (but don't worry, he's a back on top) Three towers contain lots and lots of rentals and condos, and the ultra-plush Viceroy Hotel. Units here can be had for between $1,550 and $3,800 a month.

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1. Flamingo South Beach

1504 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139

With three massive towers, a bunch of townhouses, expansive grounds, a beauty salon, a pet salon, a spa, a sandy-beach pool, an infinity pool, a David Barton Gym, a private car sharing service (like Car2Go, but just for the building), and a residential population of South Beach's finest, the notorious Flamingo is a giant compound of rental insanity smack dab in the center of South Beach. Probably contributing to that notoriety: the onsite liquor store. Rents range from $1,500 to $3,800.

1504 Bay Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139

2. 22 Skyview

425 NE 22 Street, Miami, FL 33137

Melo Group's 22 Skyview, which has rents ranging from $1,500-$2,750 a month, recently opened in Edgewater. With concave and convex walls, the tower has a tiny smidge of architectural styling, but beyond that it's all stucco and glass. Views to the south, over Margaret Pace Park, an inlet of the bay, and a church parking lot, are glorious, but lower floor renters may want to be grateful they're just renting instead of owning. That church and its parking lot are on primo developable land.

425 NE 22 Street
Miami, FL 33137

3. Wynwood Lofts

250 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127

One of the rare residential options in Wynwood, only a few of the rental units in Wynwood Lofts (which is half owner, half rental) remain available. The building is converted commercial, making it real lofts in the original sense of the word, for you purists out there. Rents range from $1500-$2750.

250 NW 23rd St
Miami, FL 33127

4. Paramount Bay

2020 N Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33137

That big plaza out front was where the house from the movie There's Something About Mary used to be. A construction crane fell on it from you-know-where, which the developers claim was an "accident." A wide entry drive has replaced the house. Rents range from $3800-$13,000.

2020 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33137

5. Vizcayne

244 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132

Despite its quirky name (Vizcaya+Biscayne?) the art deco-esque towers of Vizcayne remind us of New York in the 30s. Vizcayne is a set of two towers atop an amenity deck that spans the entire block, making it just about the size of Central Park. Units range in rent from $1,500 to $13,000.

244 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132

6. 50 Biscayne

50 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

With rents ranging from $1,500 to $4,000 a month, 50 Biscayne is the kind of building the Terra built—big, average styling, midrange (we've heard things about the quality of construction)—before their more recent dive into starchitecture and much more high end construction. Still, the location, in the heart of downtown and facing Bayfront Park, is great and only getting better.

50 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132

7. Opera Tower

1750 N Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33132

Theoretically, you walk home to Opera Tower after seeing Figaro at the Arsht Center a few blocks away. Actually, you pick up your dog's poop at Margaret Pace Park across the street, and walk to the new Publix on Biscayne Boulevard for groceries. With rents ranging from $1,125 to $2,025 and copious bay views, it's still a pretty good life.

1750 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33132

8. 4 Midtown

3301 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33137

Towering condos, mid-rise lofts, and low-rise live-work setups give you lots of living options in the heart of Miami's very popular insta-city known as Midtown. Rents are a little steeper than many of the downtown towers, ranging from $1,800 to $2,900 a month.

3301 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33137

9. Midblock

3250 NE 1st Ave., Miami, FL 33127

Are they "sky townhouses," "lofts," "live-work spaces," or just two-story apartments? Well, probably all of the above. This is yet another building in Miami's insta-city of Midtown.

3250 NE 1st Ave.
Miami, FL 33127

10. Ten Museum Park

1040 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL

Although built as a condo building, Ten Museum Park—perhaps the most architecturally restrained new tower in the "Biscayne Boulevard Wall" of buildings—has units for rental in the $2,000 range, going up to a whopping $19,000 a month.

1040 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL

11. Met One

300 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33131

Met One, the first tower of the Metropolitan Miami megaproject, is one of those condo towers that went rental in the real estate apocalypse and hasn't yet recommitted itself to total condo-dome. One of the biggest projects of the boom, two of Met Miami's 3 towers have been built, one with two hotels in it, and the third is finally, finally breaking ground with a Whole Foods store at its base. Rents here check out at $1,700 to a sold $4,000 a month.

300 South Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33131

12. Icon Brickell

465 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

Icon Brickell is the Grand Queen of the big real estate boom, designed by Arquitectonica and Philippe Starck, and built by the boom's biggest king, Jorge Perez. It also bankrupted him. (but don't worry, he's a back on top) Three towers contain lots and lots of rentals and condos, and the ultra-plush Viceroy Hotel. Units here can be had for between $1,550 and $3,800 a month.

465 Brickell Ave
Miami, FL 33131