218,000 to 885,000
Downtown Miami, often referred to as “The Gateway to the Americas”, and the “Capital of Latin America”, is a major city in the U.S. recognized in many spheres for its international financial institutions, commerce, media, culture, fashion, arts, entertainment, worldwide trade, and many large corporations who choose Miami for their headquarters. Located on the southeastern section of Florida, along the Atlantic Ocean, Downtown Miami has transformed into a vibrant and urban metropolis, and an attraction to those who seek that “Manhattan in the South” lifestyle.
The American Airlines Arena is in the heart of Downtown Miami, and home of the NBA World Champions, The Miami Heat. Within five minutes is the Brickell Financial District, the Port of Miami, known as the “Cruise Capital of the World”, which is home to some of the largest cruise ships departing for exotic destinations, and a 15-minute drive takes you to the Miami International Airport and over the MacArthur Causeway to the lively South Beach area.
Bayside Marketplace, right on the water, is a place to shop for anything, from souvenirs and gifts to designer merchandise at popular retail stores, with a large selection of restaurants and eateries offering indoor and outdoor dining.
Bayfront Park, with an outdoor Amphitheater, is a popular venue for concerts, holiday happenings, festivals, cultural events, civic celebrations, or just a restful place to sunbathe and have a nice picnic.
Metromover is a free automated train system that serves Downtown Miami from the Omni to Brickell and connects to the Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations. This public transportation has become a very vital part of the Downtown life with its extensive route to major points of interest.
The skyline of Downtown Miami has been enhanced with many luxury condo buildings offering ideal residences for anyone looking for the city life in sunny South Florida. Whether for work or play, enjoy the complete city lifestyle of our “Magic City”.
|Name||Property Address||Min Price||Max Price||Sales||Rentals||Built|
|50 Biscayne||50 Biscayne Blvd||$218,000||$885,000||sales||rentals||2007|
|900 Biscayne Bay||900 Biscayne Blvd||$429,000||$3,500,000||sales||rentals||2008|
|Centro Lofts||151 SE 1st St||$279,900||$535,000||sales||rentals||2016|
|Epic Residences||200 Biscayne Blvd Way||$389,000||$3,195,000||sales||rentals||2009|
|Krystal Tower||530 NW 1st Ct||$200,000||$900,000||sales||rentals||2017|
|Loft Downtown I||234 NE 3 St||$184,000||$330,000||sales||rentals||2005|
|Loft Downtown II||133 NE 2 Ave||$189,900||$449,000||sales||rentals||2007|
|Marina Blue||888 Biscayne Blvd||$370,000||$2,350,000||sales||rentals||2008|
|Marquis Residences||1100 Biscayne Blvd||$600,000||$5,500,000||sales||rentals||2009|
|Met 1||300 S Biscayne Blvd||$254,900||$1,293,500||sales||rentals||2008|
|One Miami||325 & 335 S Biscayne Blvd||$245,000||$1,692,000||sales||rentals||2005|
|One Thousand Museum||1000 Biscayne Blvd||$6,000,000||$50,000,000||sales||rentals||2017|
|Paramount Miami Worldcenter||851 NE 1 Ave||$700,000||$8,000,000||sales||rentals||2018|
|Ten Museum Park||1040 Biscayne Blvd||$319,000||$6,500,000||sales||rentals||2007|
|Vizcayne||244 Biscayne Blvd & 253 NE 2 St||$189,999||$2,749,000||sales||rentals||2009|