There’s quite a bit of news emanating from Renzo Piano’s Eight Seven Park in Miami’s Surfside neighborhood. First, the oceanfront condo project is 60 percent sold and expected to begin vertical construction within the next three weeks.
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! For today’s budget we’re beefing up to $9 million.
The soaring neighborhood encompassing Wynwood and Midtown Miami just north of Miami’s core has been chosen as our 2016 Curbed Cup champion, with the No. 3 seed defeating No. 8 Surfside by a healthy 69-to-31 percent margin.
As 2016 comes to a close we’ve finally made it to the 2016 Curbed Cup championship, where one South Florida neighborhood will capture its first ever Curbed Cup title.The finalists are (3) Wynwood/Midtown and (8) Surfside.
Expected to break ground next year with an estimated completion date in 2018, the development one block from the beach will feature one-bedroom lofts, and two or three-bedroom multi-level units with prices starting at $695,000.
This delightful 1930s home in Surfside with 270 feet of bay front is asking $3.995 million. It offers sensational views to the south, six bedrooms, six bathrooms, two kitchens, and a detached guest house.
The Surf Club at Surfside Beach is amid a large expansion and renovation, visually encapsulated by a new batch of photos courtesy of Field Condition. Completion is expected next year for the hulking development.
The Four Seasons Surf Club Hotel and Residences is undergoing a makeover. The development will feature new hotel rooms and residences in addition to a tropical oceanfront cabana collection designed by Joseph Dirand.