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Downtown Miami Condos and Neighborhood Guide

When it comes to Miami neighborhoods, Downtown Miami, in my opinion, has the most upside potential.  A number of very exciting developments have been announced for this area.  The most exciting of which is Miami Worldcenter, a massive mixed-use development which will encompass 20 acres and include exceptional retail, restaurant, entertainment, hotel, residential and commercial offerings.  Miami Worldcenter will be located directly behind Marina Blue, 900 Biscayne Bay, Marquis Residences and Ten Museum Park.  Another element of this neighborhood that is very exciting is Museum Park, which will include a science museum, art museum and large park with green space.  The Perez Art Musuem Miami (PAMM) opened in December 2013 and has received rave reviews.  The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science and completion of the park is scheduled for 2014.  A proposal for a 1000 feet tall observation tower called Skyrise Miami was recently submitted to the city of Miami for approval.  It would be the second tallest observation tower in the United States and would include a restaurant, nightclub, ballroom and private lounge.  Another big selling point of this neighborhood is that it is centrally located in Miami and has easy access to the highway to get you to the airport and various popular South Florida destinations quickly.  

Downtown Miami resident reviews (most recent four)

50 Biscayne

50 Biscayne Blvd.
good building
good place
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By tonny gonzalez on 01-23-2014

Wind by Neo

350 S Miami Ave
Great facilities, upmarket finishes,well maintainied and next to Mary Brickell Village
This is an excellent propoerty and good value compared to many other around. Pool gets sun for most of the day, the maintenance is excellent and the
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By H Funk on 05-22-2013

Ten Museum Park

1040 Biscayne Blvd.
Not as advertised
A complete joke. No self-assigned parking means Valet only. Be prepared to wait 15 minutes to get to your car every time. Saturday or Friday night?
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By Anonoymous on 03-26-2013


244 Biscayne Blvd
Great Building, Great People
The building speaks for itself.  Just walk through it.  Anything that can be compared to it, will cost double.  What is really amazing
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By Joanna on 12-12-2012

Downtown Miami Articles

Museum Park Opening Ceremony

June 14, 2014
After 14 years and around $40M, Museum Park officially opened this morning.  The people of Miami were in attendance to show their support and appreciation.  City of Miami Mayor, Tomas Regalado; City of Miami Commissioner, Marc Sarnoff; and Superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Alberto Carvalho; each spoke at the opening ceremony which was marked by the   ...Continue Reading

Change is on the Horizon for Guests and Residents of Marquis Residences

January 30, 2014
A few weeks ago, it was reported that Africa-Israel USA, the developer of Marquis, had sold the lower 15 floors of the luxury high-rise to CGI Merchant Group (CGI), a Miami-based investment and asset management firm, for $37.5M.  The sale included the Casa Moderna Hotel and Spa, Amuse Restaurant and Lounge, 5,700 square foot retail   ...Continue Reading

Skyrise Miami Video and Brochure

December 28, 2013
All appears to be moving forward with the proposed 1000 feet tall observation tower in Downtown Miami called SkyRise Miami.  In fact, the Facebook page for the development is giving away a weekend trip to Miami to help “celebrate the SkyRise Miami Groundbreaking Ceremony, currently set for mid-2014″.  Furthermore, their website, which recently launched, now   ...Continue Reading

Penthouse Sale at Marquis Breaks Record on Per Square Foot Basis

December 28, 2013
Recently, a record-breaking sale took place at Marquis in Downtown Miami.  Unit 6101 – a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath bi-level penthouse encompassing 3,729 interior square feet – sold last Friday for $2,675,000, or $717 per square foot.  This made it not only the highest sale to ever take place at Marquis on a per square   ...Continue Reading

One Thousand Museum – The Best Bargain in Town

December 19, 2013
There isn’t a preconstruction condo development in town that I’m more excited about than One Thousand Museum.  It will be more than a building.  It will be a work of art.  A work of art that I feel has tremendous upside potential.  Critics cry foul at the $900-$1,200 per square foot prices.  I cry bargain.    ...Continue Reading

Downtown Miami Condo Buildings

Name Property Address Min Price Max Price Year Floors Sales Rentals
50 Biscayne 50 Biscayne Blvd $219,900 $1,750,000 2007 54 sales rentals
900 Biscayne Bay 900 Biscayne Blvd $445,000 $4,300,000 2008 63 sales rentals
Epic Miami 200 Biscayne Blvd Way $450,000 $4,250,000 2009 54 sales rentals
Loft Downtown I 234 NE 3 St $194,900 $375,000 2005 23 sales rentals
Loft Downtown II 133 NE 2 Ave $219,000 $420,000 2007 36 sales rentals
Marina Blue 888 Biscayne Blvd $375,000 $5,900,000 2008 57 sales rentals
Marquis Residences 1100 Biscayne Blvd $710,000 $2,290,000 2009 67 sales rentals
Met 1 300 S Biscayne Blvd $246,000 $1,225,000 2008 40 sales rentals
One Miami 325-335 S Biscayne Blvd $289,000 $899,000 2005 45 sales rentals
Ten Museum Park 1040 Biscayne Blvd $359,900 $3,540,000 2007 50 sales rentals
Vizcayne 244 Biscayne Blvd & 253 NE 2 St $248,000 $2,500,000 2009 49 sales rentals