5 Most Expensive Rentals In The Downtown Miami Area
Lots of us are suckers for browsing fancy properties online and Miami is known for our flashy pads. Here is a list of the top 5 most expensive rental properties in the Downtown Miami area.
Four Seasons 48E – $22,500/month
Throughout the last building booms in Brickell, the Four Seasons has retained its stature as one of the best ultra-luxury properties in the neighborhood. People are familiar with the name and the level of service. For $22,500 per month, you can call this 3,357 square foot residence home. It has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and tremendous east-facing bay views that include South Beach, Fisher Island, the Port of Miami and Key Biscayne. The listing photos don’t do this apartment justice, so here is a photo of the view.
Paramount Bay 4502 – $19,900/month
You can actually be the first to live in this full-floor residence at Paramount Bay. It has 4,437 square feet of walls of glass and 360 degree views. There are 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, multiple balconies, a view from your bathtub, a hidden kitchen and all top-of-the-line fixtures that are detailed out in the listing photos.
Four Seasons 56CD – $19,850/month
Skipping back over to Brickell, we have another option at the Four Seasons. Just like apartment 48E, this apartment comes fully furnished and designer decorated. This one is a combination of two west-facing apartments, so offers view of all of Brickell and westward into the Everglades. At night, the twinkling lights are amazing. The apartment is 3,253 square feet and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. You can check out the photos here.
900 Biscayne Bay 6301 – $16,000/month
Now we’ll head back over to Park West and visit THE apartment to have if you’re into backlit onyx. Probably the most photogenic of the bunch, 900 Biscayne Bay 6301 offers 3,199 square feet indoors and a 1,500 square foot terrace. The custom backlit onyx stretches throughout the apartment, giving it a completely different feel at night versus the daytime look. You have to check the listing photos to see for yourself. It may not be everybody’s taste, but you can’t deny that it is fun to look at. It’s like a family home that transforms into a private nightclub when the sun goes down. Interesting. Very Miami.
Santa Maria 1202 – $15,000/month
Back in Brickell again, we will round out the list at Ugo Colombo’s 1996 stunner, Santa Maria. Possibly the most secure of all of the buildings, there are very few clues that this property is 20 years old. Unit 1202 has 3,170 square feet and 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms with wraparound terraces and views of both the Biscayne Bay and Brickell. This unit is furnished by Artefacto and I would say the most tasteful of the bunch. Because the building is as secure as a fortress, you will have a treat in the listing photos. There are some shots of the amenities that are not typically seen.
What do you think of the list? Were there any buildings that you were surprised to not see? Do you like the apartments? Let us know, we love hearing feedback!