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1541 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33129

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PRICE
$33,711+
SQ FT
130-1,640
UNITS
254
STORIES
39
BUILT
1981

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The Palace Condo

The Palace Condo: Iconic architecture meets classic Miami living on Brickell’s premium waterfront, recently upgraded to meet modern-day needs

This is the legendary structure seen in the hit television show Miami Vice that put Miami’s famous award-winning architecture firm, Arquitectonica, on the map. A design lover’s paradise, this Bayfront building features distinguishable design elements and rises 40 stories on one of Brickell’s premium waterfront parcels.

Developed by Harry B. Helmsley, The Palace is home to 254 luxury condo residences, most of which have been renovated to cater to modern living. Each residence at The Palace comes with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, spacious floor plans, deep balconies, and scenic views of the water and/or city. Amenities at this luxurious property include lighted tennis courts, a swimming pool, a hot tub, a fitness center, a children’s play area, as well as recent enhancements and upgrades providing an enlarged spa area, outdoor lounge, and two new pavilions.

Living at The Palace, residents are within walking distance from the best collection of restaurants in Miami, plus the shopper’s paradise of Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Centre. A short drive further puts them in Coconut Grove in under 15 minutes, while the Miami Design District is 20 minutes, South Beach is 25 minutes, and the Miami International Airport is 30 minutes away.

The Palace Condo Brickell Building Amenities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Lavish sundeck with Jacuzzi
  • Tennis courts
  • Grand lobby
  • Fitness center
  • Children’s play area
  • Concierge
  • Covered and valet parking
  • 24-hour security
  • Guard gate
  • Iconic architecture

The Palace Condo Brickell Residence Features:

  • 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom condo units and luxury penthouses
  • Deep private balconies
  • Spacious floor plans
  • Floor-to-ceiling glass windows
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Central heat and air conditioning

Building key details

Neighborhood

Brickell

Avg Price / Sq Ft

$581

Avg Assoc Fee

$1.25 / sq ft / month

CBB Rank

4.5/5help popup

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Building Amenities

Pool / Spa
Pool / Spa
Heated Pool, Sauna, Spa / Hot Tub, Cabana, Private Pool
Boating
Boating
Dock Available, Boat Dock, Private Dock, Marina, Unrestricted Salt Water Access
Sport / Fitness
Sport / Fitness
Exercise Room, Pool, Tennis, Billiard, Basketball, Shuffleboard
Parking
Parking
Covered, Valet, Guest, Deeded
General Amenities
General Amenities
Elevator, Bar, Business Center, Child Play Area, Bbq Picnic Area, Club, Community Room, Common Laundry, Bike Storage, Kitchen Facilities, Private Beach Pavilion, Library, Exterior Lighting, Extra Storage, Trash Chute
Waterfront
Waterfront
Deeded Beach Access

Additional details

Monthly Avg Association Fee / Sq Ft

$1.25

Avg Price / Sq Ft

$581

Unit Conveniences

Central Cooling, Central Heat, Dishwasher, Furnished, Unfurnished, Walk In Closets, Washer/Dryer

Maintenance Includes

N/A

Type of Association

N/A

Style

Condo, Condo 5+ Stories, Condo/Co-Op/Annual

Transit Score ®

82 (Excellent Transit)

Bike Score ®

76 (Very Bikeable)

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The Palace Condo floorplans

The Palace Condo floorplans
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Bed/Baths
2 / 2
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Floors
4 - 39
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The Palace Condo building stats

Inventory
Condos for Sale and for Rent
254
Total Condos
3 Condos for Sale
1% of building
4 Condos for Rent
2% of building
3%
of building

Sales stats

Key averages for the building

AVG LIST PRICE

$594,237

AVG LIST PRICE / SQ FT

$581

AVG SALE PRICE

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2200 Brickell: Boutique Condos with Luxurious Wellness in Miami’s South Brickell

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2200 Brickell: Boutique Condos with Luxurious Wellness in Miami’s South Brickell

2200 Brickell is holistic luxury like you have never lived before: A refreshing urban oasis nestled in tree-lined streets in the heart of Miami. 2200 Brickell by Aria Development Group, Largo, and Place Projects, is set to deliver a lovely, health-inspired urban sanctuary for those seeking an exclusive oasis in Miami’s financial district, Brickell. Rising only 5 stories as a WELL-certified building, the boutique mid-rise is built on standards to enhance residents’ sense of well-being through thoughtful and intentionally designed spaces and ambitious amenities centered around holistic health. 2200 Brickell launched sales for its groundbreaking concept this past November and plans to open its doors in late 2025. Prices at this urban wellness sanctuary start at $1,000,000 for one bedroom and go up to $2,150,000 for Garden Villas, an extremely rare offering for this area. The fully finished and artfully furnished layouts will range from 590 square feet to 2,070 square feet in size. ## — 2200 Brickell: Where Miami City Life Meets Paradise Designed by world-renowned Revuelta Architecture International, 2200 Brickell will rise as a boutique 5-story condo community with only 105 contemporary residences and a plethora of the world’s finest wellness-inspired amenities featuring a one-acre rooftop haven. Living here, residents at 2200 Brickell will have a peaceful oasis in one of Miami’s most highly regarded neighborhoods. Featuring a distinctly chic, modern structure immersed in a blissful jungle of tropical landscaping, the boutique mid-rise will offer floor-to-ceiling glass windows and open-concept floor plans to welcome an abundance of natural light in each residence, merging indoor and outdoor living. Each magnificent residence will feature custom kitchens designed by ODA New York with pristine wood cabinetry and stone countertops, fully tiled balconies featuring glass railings with access from the living room and primary bedroom of every residence, innovative household appliances, exquisite large format ceramic tile flooring throughout the living area and wood flooring in the bedrooms, spacious, fully built-out custom closets, luxurious primary bathrooms featuring double vanities, stone countertops, porcelain tiling, rain showers, dedicated laundry with a full-sized washer and dryer, and other refined finishes. ## — Luxury, Wellness Inspired Amenities at 2200 Brickell Envisioned to support each resident’s holistic, well being, the boutique, lifestyle-driven project will feature wellness amenities at the heart of its offering, including an expansive one-acre rooftop haven featuring a resort-style pool with an outdoor spa and poolside cabanas, a pickleball court, a summer kitchen with ample seating, an outdoor fitness area designed by Homage Fitness, a children’s play area by Silver Hill Arts, and a quarter mile walking track. Other highlight wellness-inspired amenities at this breathtaking location include a covered porte-cochere, on-site valet parking, double-height 24-hour attended lobby, above-ground parking on all levels with direct access to residences, electric vehicle charging, Luxer One automated parcel storage with cold storage, a resident lounge and entertaining space, dedicated work from home suites with conference rooms, a world-class state of the art fitness center, another custom children playroom, a cycling lounge and workshop, and other thoughtful and intentional spaces that enhance human health and well being. ## — 2200 Brickell: World-Class Location in the Center of It All 2200 Brickell is strategically located on the south end of Miami’s Financial District where the streets are blissfully tree-lined, sparkling Biscayne Bay is close by, and yet is still within walking distance of the many things that trademark the area such as fine dining and upscale shopping at Brickell City Centre and The Shops at Mary Brickell Village. This exquisite location thoughtfully nestled in South Brickell will offer residents the possibility of being part of the quieter and less congested area of Miami’s Financial District, with easy access to the beaches of Key Biscayne, Coconut Grove, Miami Beach, and I-95 to quickly connect with the entire lively city. By car, residents of 2200 Brickell will be within 15 minutes of world-renowned cultural centers such as the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, the FTX Arena, and the Perez Art Museum. Additionally, residents will enjoy being within 25 minutes of the Miami International Airport, and within 30 of the beautiful South Beach. **ARE WE FRIENDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?** 📣 Connect with us on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube. 📣 If you would like to know more about owning a piece of this boutique urban sanctuary at 2200 Brickell, please call, chat, or email us for more on pricing, to reserve a preferred unit, or for any other inquiries about pre-construction condos in Miami.

Video: Residences at 1428 Brickell - Sophisticated, Eco-Luxury in the Heart of Miami

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Video: Residences at 1428 Brickell - Sophisticated, Eco-Luxury in the Heart of Miami

Miami is about to have one of the most luxurious and eco-friendly residential condo buildings ever built, right here in the middle of Brickell. And from the designers of the coveted Arte Surfside beachfront masterpiece. Designed around the resident, developer Ytech brings Miami its first solar-powered condo tower with The Residences at 1428 Brickell. A powerhouse of bespoke luxury and creation, the LEED-certified building will feature earthy interiors by Italy’s highly acclaimed Antonio Citterio-Patricia Viel design duo, 80,000 square feet of purposefully crafted amenities, and a unique “solar backbone.” Watch our exclusive video to see what you can expect from this absolutely stunning new condo tower. ### Living at The Residences at 1428 Brickell - An Exclusive, Sustainable Sanctuary Introducing future residents to a new language of luxury, The Residences at 1428 Brickell will feature ultra-spacious floorplans with refined materiality and a love for nature visible all around - from finishes to fixtures to amenities. Multiple pools, a wellness club, a wine & art lounge, plus fully furnished guest suites by Antonio Citterio are just some of the amenities planned for this exquisite tower. All ultra-luxury layouts at The Residences at 1428 Brickell will be plus-den, starting from a 2-bedroom sized 1,800 square feet to a 4-bedroom with around 4,000 interior square feet. Residences in the penthouse collection will range from 4,000 to 10,000 square feet in size. ### The Residences at 1428 Brickell - Key Details **Groundbreaking:** Q3 2023 **Completion:** late 2026 Architecture and interiors by: Italy’s internationally renowned Antionio Citterio and Patricia Viel known for their impeccable, nature-inspired designs and coveted Arte Surfside condos. With a sleek urban outside featuring a solar backbone, this project is a true gem bringing complete fluidity between the interior design and external architecture. In a nod to its environment, each exquisite residence will open up to romantic water views, 11-foot-high ceilings, and feature floorplans designed to draw in maximum natural light. In their signature style, ACPV Architects will be using the finest natural materials and rich, earthy tones to bring harmony to this private urban sanctuary. **Developer:** Ytech- known for cutting-edge projects continues its refined legacy by bringing Miami its first-ever solar-powered condo. **Floors:** 70 stories with 189 limited edition residences all facing stunning Biscayne Bay **Unit Sizes:** 189 ultra-spacious luxury condos starting from a 2-bedroom sized 1,800 square feet to a 4-bedroom with around 4,000 interior square feet. Residences in the penthouse collection will range from 4,000 to 10,000 square feet in size. **Highlight Amenities:** * Bespoke arrival experience: the porte cochere shielded by a lush, urban garden and lavish lobby featuring a library lounge with coffee, tea, champagne, and food options for residents and their guests. * 7th-floor resort deck: home to a resort-style pool, an aquatic therapy area with lap pool, a children’s splash pad, a club bar and lounge, plus poolside beverage service. * Children’s offerings: teen’s sports simulator, a children’s interactive playground and creativity room, a children’s learning center with interactive art & didactic sculptures, a dedicated area for children’s parties, a cinema room, and more. * Self-care: 10,000 sq. ft. of dedicated gym and spa space. Expect private his, hers, and couple’s spa suites, an expansive Technogym with a weight room and HIIT zone, a juice and nutrition wellness bar, hot and cold plunge pools, a meditation room, a wellness concierge, a golf simulator, beauty suite, barbershop, plus an outdoor sun terrace with yoga pavilion. * Two-story owners club and rooftop observatory: a double-height wine and spirits lounge, private dining room with limited edition Vaselli chef’s kitchen, a full bar featuring craft cocktails, state-of-the-art office suites, and more. The rooftop observatory will afford breathtaking views of the city and bay from 850 feet in the sky. Expect a two-story atrium with lush planting, a rooftop lounge bar, and poolside service. ### What’s Living in Miami’s Brickell Neighborhood Like? Brickell is known for being Miami’s bayfront financial district. Living in Brickell, Residents will enjoy being in the heart of the Manhattan of the South. The Brickell City Centre, with its collection of European brands and fine eateries, is a leisurely stroll away. Countless corporate offices, consulates, banks, and financial institutions will also be within walking distance. Besides world-class bars, restaurants, and nightclubs in the area, residents will have multiple public transportation options within easy reach too – from the free trolley to Metrorail, and the Brightline Station (high-speed train to Orlando) in Downtown. By car, Downtown’s FTX Arena (for sports and concerts) will be 15 minutes, Coconut Grove’s Regatta Park (for international sail events) will be 15 minutes, South Beach will be 20 minutes, and the Miami International Airport will also be 20 minutes. **ARE WE FRIENDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?** 📣 Connect with us on Instagram, TikTok and Youtube. 📣 For more phenomenal videos on Miami's best new buildings, pre-construction projects, neighborhood comparisons, restaurants, and as well as expert information on Miami and Miami Beach Real Estate, subscribe to our YouTube channel, and follow us on Instagram @BlackbookProperties. Thanks for watching!

Brickell vs Edgewater: Which Miami Neighborhood is Best?

Neighborhood Comparisons

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Edgewater

Brickell vs Edgewater: Which Miami Neighborhood is Best?

When most people are thinking about moving to Miami, the two most popular neighborhoods mentioned are Edgewater and Brickell. So, how can you know if Brickell or Edgewater, Miami is right for you? Both neighborhoods have grown considerably in recent years, and both are home to high-rise residential towers as well as mid-rise residential towers. While both areas provide plenty of variety in housing options, they also offer differing lifestyles and benefits. _This article was last updated on January 12, 2023\._ ## Lifestyle: Brickell vs Edgewater Edgewater, Miami is primarily a quiet, residential neighborhood nestled on the shores of Biscayne Bay and the 8-acre Margaret Pace Park. It's a neighborhood that is in a super central location in all of Miami, and Edgewater condos are ideal for families and young professionals still looking for luxury residences on Biscayne Bay, many of whom are purchasing their first property or moving away from the real estate east at the beach. Edgewater, Miami, is one of Miami's most well-kept secrets for those who favor a serene, residential lifestyle that still provides access to all of the eclectic offerings that make Miami exciting, such as Miami Beach and Biscayne Bay. ###### Margaret Pace Park in Edgewater. Photo by Ryan Healy A quiet residential neighborhood that is off-the-beaten path and generally overlooked by tourists, Edgewater provides a nature-oriented yet urban lifestyle that's very walkable, and also has easy access to the Downtown Arts District, the Julia Tuttle Causeway to the east, the Wynwood Arts District, the Design District, Brickell, and South Beach. Edgewater, Miami, has many existing bayfront condos and luxury residences, yet is also still growing, with more luxury condos, restaurants, grocery stores and such on the way. Brickell, in comparison, is Miami's Financial District and home to many international corporate headquarters. It has a high population density and is roughly bound to a busy area that has been playfully nicknamed the “Manhattan of the South,” and more recently, “The Wall Street of the South.” As Brickell has experienced rapid urbanization over the past few decades, Brickell is now more dense than Brooklyn, and could be compared to lower Manhattan. ###### City Centre in Brickell. Photo by Jill Bazeley Ideal for ride-or-die urban types, executives, workaholics, and those who wish to live and work in the same distinct neighborhood, Brickell is also home to families and international business executives who come to Miami for extended periods. Brickell is known for its bevy of world-class restaurants, a vibrant but mature nightlife, as well as its plethora of versatile shopping options. ## Business: Brickell vs Edgewater Edgewater, Miami is essentially a laid-back, homey residential district where neighbors will recognize one another while walking their dogs, pushing strollers or bicycling. There are only a handful of shared work spaces, offices, and commercial buildings. If you prefer to leave the work at the office, and decompress when you get home, Edgewater neighborhood offers that. ###### Photo by Marcus Lenk on Unsplash Brickell, on the other hand, is a buzzing international banking hub that represents the largest of its kind in the US, and the second-largest financial center south of New York. Brickell is Miami's central business district. Flanked by the Miami River and Biscayne Bay, Brickell offers a unique Miami-style, urban experience that includes plenty of open-air restaurant options, high-rises with spectacular water views, and an active but casual corporate environment. If you like to get deals done over dinner and then walk home, then Brickell is good for you. ## Walkability and Transportation: Brickell vs Edgewater While Edgewater is tucked away, its super central location makes it close enough to walk or bicycle to many of Miami's most desirable locations, such as the Perez Art Museum (PAMM) and the Frost Science Museum, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Museum Park, the Wynwood Arts District, the Design District, and Downtown, as well as the Miami-Dade College Wolfson Campus. Edgewater has its own Metromover stop, and its close proximity to Downtown and midtown Miami means that you can take advantage of the Metrorail and Brightline trains that can take you just about anywhere in South Florida, eventually to Orlando, from the convenient MiamiCentral station as a part of the Florida East Coast Railway, as well as the up-and-coming commuter rail service that will take you to locations both within and beyond the greater metropolitan Miami area. To the north, Edgewater has the Julia Tuttle Causeway providing quick access to the beach. ###### Metromover - Miami. Photo courtesy of Phillip Pessar In Brickell, the free Metromover can take you to Wynwood, Coconut Grove, and Downtown Miami, where you can connect to the Brightline trains leading to the tri-county area, north to Fort Lauderdale, and soon, north to Orlando. There is also a free Brickell trolley and a very inexpensive airport shuttle that costs $2.25 and runs about every 20 minutes. ### **Looking to live car-free?** Don’t miss our article on other Miami neighborhoods where you can live without a car. ## Parks and Greenspace: Brickell vs Edgewater Access to greenspace is Edgewater's claim to fame and part of what makes it so desirable. In this category, we think it is a winner over Brickell. The entire distinct neighborhood is anchored by the expansive and multifaceted Margaret Pace Park, with its winding pathways, mangrove forests, a dog park, sports activities, including basketball courts, volleyball and tennis courts, and waterfront access for water sports such as kayaking or waterboarding. The park also provides an array of outdoor options for nature-themed recreation ideal for young families with children, fitness enthusiasts, work-from-home types, as well as parks where dogs and their human companions can get plenty of exercise. ###### Brickell Key Park The dense commercial neighborhood of Brickell also has some parks, as the area was planned to provide sun and fun options at locations such as Brickell Park, the waterfront walk around Brickell Key Park, Alice C. Wainwright Park, and Miami Circle Park. You can enjoy shady walking trails and areas for dogs to run and play, as well as some breezy water views that make you forget momentarily that you're in the middle of one of the country's busiest urban hubs. ## Arts and Culture: Brickell vs Edgewater ###### Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science Edgewater's proximity to the Downtown Arts District makes it incomparable as far as access to the arts, in comparison to busy Brickell. From most all Edgewater properties, you can easily walk or bicycle to some of the city's most renowned cultural venues, such as the Adrienne Arsht Center, Ziff Opera House, Perez and Frost Museums, American Airlines Arena, and many smaller art galleries, venues, performing arts centers, and artists' studios. Edgewater is also within a short bike or Uber ride to the infamous street art that has made Wynwood famous, along with its galleries and the yearly art fairs that draw millions of international tourists during Miami Art Week. It's also a stone's throw from the Design District, and the area's most prestigious art exhibition spaces and collections, such as the Moore Building, The de la Cruz Collection, and the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). While Brickell is better known for its restaurants, chic roof-top bars, and entertainment venues than for cultural venues, its easy transportation options provide quick and access to the Downtown Arts District and many of the same attractions that are close to Edgewater. ## Eating and Shopping: Brickell vs Edgewater ###### La Mar - Gaston Acurio at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel As far as eating and shopping options, it's impossible for residential Edgewater's bayfront community to compete with Brickell's plethora of casual eateries and fine-dining options, as well as the wide variety of shopping opportunities walking distance in Brickell, including those at Mary Brickell Village, Brickell City Centre, and all along Brickell Avenue. Some of these include The Capital Grille, an upscale steak house perfect for impressing corporate clients, and La Mar by Gaston Acurio at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, where Peruvian fusion cuisine is served in a chic waterfront setting. Among one of the area's newest eateries is EST.33 Thai Craft Brewery and Kitchen, bringing a blend of Asian flavors blended with traditional American barbecue, with the bonus of craft beer. An excellent affordable waterfront lunch can be had at Crazy About You, where you can enjoy Mediterranean flavors in an understated bistro setting on the bay. There are also two food halls at Brickell City Centre, where you'll find a wide assortment of eateries as well as specialty shops serving up all types of food from cultures all over the world, particularly authentic Italian. ###### Edgewater’s Amara at Paraiso By comparison, Edgewater's bayfront community provides walkable access to some of Miami's most popular restaurants. For fine dining, Edgewater's Amara at Gran Paraiso is a waterfront favorite. And Paolo Fontanot's Italian bakery and cafe is also a can't miss, being the only U.S. location outside of Italy. Tons more spots are in our Local's Guide to Restaurants in Edgewater. Edgewater is also very close to Downtown Miami and Wynwood restaurants, including Kush, known for its infamous burgers and budget lunch menu. For more adventurous fare, Dunkunoo serves up Jamaican dishes along with exotic Caribbean drinks, and an assortment of experimental small plates are available on the eclectic tasting menu at Alter. Edgewater also provides easy access to Wynwood's unique boutiques as well as the specialty shops in the nearby Design District, and Downtown Miami's versatile shopping options. ## Architecture and Housing Options: Brickell vs Edgewater ###### Edgewater neighborhood Edgewater was in the past few decades a neglected enclave nestled between Biscayne Boulevard and Biscayne Bay, populated by working-class families living in smallish mid-20th-century bungalows and a few low-rise existing bayfront condos. All of that has changed in recent years as luxury condos and modern brand new developments such as Paramount Bay, Elysee, Missoni Baia, and other luxury condo high rises have replaced many of the older properties with chic new waterfront condos adorned with balconies boasting exquisite bay views, direct access to the bay, and modern family-friendly resort style amenities. For those drawn to the nostalgia of the neighborhood, a few of the area's old bungalows have been remodeled and upgraded and still dot the local landscape offering waterfront living. ###### Brickell Key neighborhood Brickell is a larger area that is divided into three sections: Old Brickell, The Financial District, and Brickell Key. The area south of SW 15th Road is known as Old Brickell, and along its grand, tree-lined street, consists of mainly of older low and mid rise condo buildings on the water, as well as small firms, international banks, and other professional service offices, along with a few ritzy mansions dating back to the Mary Brickell era. The area north of SW 15th Road, and particularly around Brickell Avenue, is known as the Financial District and here you'll see business and residential high rise skyscrapers, both business and residential. While many of the area's older high rise condos provide waterfront access to Biscayne Bay, most brand new constructions are being built inland due to limited availability of real estate in this increasingly dense area. Brickell Key is a more isolated, private enclave with high-end, waterfront residential condos. ### View available condo and rental options in Edgewater or Brickell. ## Cost of Living: Brickell vs Edgewater Edgewater is a family-friendly area, with real estate condo prices averaging around $386 per sq. ft. and average residential units listing at around $502,715\. The median household income for most residents in Edgewater near Miami Beach is $77,000. Brickell has a wider array of real estate options and attracts a variety of international investors, with options ranging from mid-rise residential towers to older high rise exclusive penthouses to affordable condos. The average price in Brickell is roughly bound to about $399 per square foot or $530,966 for an average residential unit; however, listings may run as high as $29,110,500 or about $2,039 per square foot. ## Which Neighborhood is Better? Brickell or Edgewater? If you're in the market for a quiet, family-friendly environment with less noise and traffic, access to nature, Biscayne Bay waterfront living, mid rise to high rise residential towers, and very little tourism, you'll love Edgewater, which offers respite after a quick commute. If you prefer to immerse yourself in the Manhattan of the South, with access to all things big city, you'll feel right at home in Brickell. Check out these below: * Edgewater vs South Beach * South Beach vs Miami Beach * Edgewater vs Downtown Miami * The Miami Beaches: South vs Mid-Beach vs North Beach * Brickell vs South Beach * Brickell vs Brickell Key If you'd like to talk more with us about which Miami Dade County, Florida, neighborhood is right for you, give us a call or e mail, and we'll be happy to go through the many real estate available listings in both Edgewater, Brickell, and all that Miami so you can make a well-educated decision as to which Florida spot is ideal for you. --- ###### Cover Photo by Anish Patel

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