Miami Beach

It’s one of the most iconic skylines in the world — a wonderland of sparkling glass office buildings and luxury condo highrises, all overlooking the crystal blue waters of Biscayne Bay. Those condos have housed the elite of Miami and indeed the entire world, including the likes of Drake and Kevin Durant. And one of them could be yours.

Living in a downtown Miami highrise epitomizes the 24/7 “work hard/play hard” ethic of Miami.Living within the economic heart valve of the region, a short walk or bike ride from the seats of power, is just the beginning. When work is done, there’s always something to do — from thumping nightlife, to fine dining, to world-class art and museum culture.

Set off from the lobby of your contemporary condo and you will quickly discover Miami Circle, the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), the Miami Science Museum, the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, as well as FTX arena, the home of the Miami Heat. Upcoming luxury developments by brands like Aston Martin and Waldorf Astoria stand to increase Downtown’s cache even more.

But new-build contemporary isn’t the only vibe Downtown Miami has to offer. The ultra-modern sits side-by-side with preserved historical districts. You don’t have to explore far without stumbling upon a priceless piece of a century’s worth of Miami heritage — including the historic Central Business District (CBD) and DuPont Tower, the only skyscraper built in the classic Art Deco style that made Miami famous.

Of course, Downtown is one of the easiest neighborhoods to exist without a car (not that the residents don’t love their sports cars). There’s the Metrorail, Metrobus, Metromover … and in the subtropical Florida breeze, there’s never a bad season to get around on foot or by bike.For excitement and work/life balance, you can’t beat the skyline against the sea. Come see what Downtown Miami has to offer.

Longone of Miami’s best-kept secrets, this jewel of a neighborhood is exploding inpopularity, and for good reason. It’s a haven of upscale residential charm,perfectly situated on Biscayne Bay between Downtown and the Design District— the “Rodeo Drive of South Florida,” full of top retailers and high-end restaurants.  

Edgewater’snooks and crannies are punctuated by new home developments, still under-pricedconsidering the speed of the neighborhood’s growth. Its waterfront high risesboast some of the most affordable luxury condo prices on the shore within easyrange of downtown. Edgewater has resoundingly earned the plaudits it receivedfrom — #2 on “Best Places for Young Professionals in Miami” and #3 on“Best Neighborhoods to Raise a Family in Miami.”  

Butthere’s so much more to love about Edgewater — like the fact that it’s servedby the iconic free Miami Trolly and a major Metrorail Station. With an averageWalkScore of 80 (93 close to the park), it’s that rare Miami residentialneighborhood that is both pedestrian- and commuter-friendly.  

Edgewater’scrown-jewel location, central by the water with its spectacular views, attractstop talent, making the neighborhood the burgeoning tech hub of South Florida,as well as a rapidly-growing culinary hotspot — some of the finest chefsin the world are in the process of opening new restaurants here. 

Residentsenjoy walking distance to the Frost Science Museum, Perez Art Museum Miami(PAMM), and Bayfront Park. South Beach is accessible by a scenic bike ride,while the Shops at Midtown, the Design District, and the Wynwood art walks sitmerely a mile away. 

Safe,central, and beautiful, with easy highway access and 15-20 minutes fromeverything, Edgewater is Miami’s hidden gem on the shore.

Millionaire’s Row” — that’s what theneighborhood just south of Downtown Miami’s Historic CBD was called when thelavish mansions began to go up in the mid-20th Century.

But Brickell gets its name from Mary Brickell— who built the first mansions — and her husband William Brickell, a co-founderof Miami alongside Julia Tuttle. Before adding “Founded Miami” to his resumé,William already had an impressive resumé, having served as a personal aid toPresident Lincoln and actually lived with his wife in the Lincoln White House.

Befitting its auspicious namesake, Brickellhas taken over Historic CBD as the financial hub of Miami. This is the seat ofpower in South Florida — indeed, the entire region. The Manhattan-esque flavor,combined with the Miami weather, has attracted young professionals and youngfamilies in droves.

Its financial-district reputation now hascompetition with its emerging status as a trophy residence. Luxury Highrisedevelopment has made Brickell the most densely-populated discrete neighborhoodin Miami, while new high-end restaurants and retail flood into the neighborhoodto satisfy the new residents’ discerning tastes.

One of Miami’s safest neighborhoods, there’sso much to explore in Brickell, including Brickell City Center, an ingeniousindoor/outdoor mall and entertainment center that makes a fantastic day trip inall weather conditions.

On a sunny day, there’s Riverside Miami, ariverfront boardwalk dotted by upscale restaurants and bars. There’s the SugarRooftop Lounge, a 40th-story rooftop bar, and Simpson Park, the perfect placefor a hike in the urban greenery.

Elite Miami lifestyle reaches its pinnacle inBrickell. Welcome to Millionaire’s Row.

There’s Miami, and then there’s Miami Beach.If Miami is synonymous with palm trees and sandy shores, then Miami Beach isthe epitome of that Miami Vibe — an island city instantly recognizable for itsArt Deco architecture, luxury homes, cultural mélange, and eclectic nightlifescene.

Indeed, Miami Beach is known as the BeachParty Capital of the World. After a day spent lounging and frolicking in thesurf, you are mere steps away from bumping, colorful beach bars, nightclubs,and a thriving LGBTQ scene. If you want to dance the night away,shoulder-to-shoulder with a melting pot of beautiful people, Miami Beachdoesn’t disappoint.

But there’s more to Miami Beach than theparties. Home of a thriving Jewish community, Miami Beach boasts culturalattractions like the Jewish Museum of Florida and the Holocaust Memorial of theGreater Miami Jewish Federation.

IOn the other end of the spectrum, check outCasa Casuarina, now an upscale hotel, famous for being the former residence ofGianni Versace — as well as the scene of his murder. South of Fifth you willfind some of the city’s most iconic towers, culminating in a gorgeous park withbreathtaking views of world-famous Fisher Island.

Want to make your home in Miami Beach? Getlost in sprawling stretches of luxury beachfront property, homes andplaygrounds for the rich and famous. Some elite neighborhoods have their owndiscreet islands. Star Island, Fisher Island, La Gorce Island, the SunsetIslands … if you get a chance, explore these neighborhoods to be dazzled by theupscale lifestyle of the Miami Beach glitterati.

If you prefer to be closer to the action,iconic condo buildings like the Continuum and Murano offer contemporary luxurywithin a stone’s throw of the action. Some of the most famous hotels in thenation are down here, including the Nation, Faena, The One Hotel, Setai, andthe W—all with residential units as well.

From soothing waves tobumping beats, there’s never a dull moment in Miami Beach.

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