What $2,000 in Rent Gets You in 8 Miami Neighborhoods
When we said we had friends in high places, we weren’t kidding. In Miami, it’s all about living in a high-rise in your favorite neighborhood. Rooftop deck and a yoga studio or a resort-style pool and stainless steel appliances? Ahhh, so many choices. So we’ll help you out: Here’s what $2,000 a month gets you in eight Miami neighborhoods.
Brickell/Downtown (1 Br, 1 Bath)
If you want to make downtown happen, you can’t do better than these swanky one-bedroom residences at the Broadstone Brickell. Not to mention, this listing has luxuries out the wazoo. In addition to a sparkling resort-style pool, you’ll find an outdoor boxing gym with an indoor fitness center nearby, a movie theater, a cyber café and a dog washing station (yes, that’s actually a thing). Count. Us. In.
Coral Gables (1 Br, 1 Bath)
Located just off Ponce de Leon, your apartment would be the perfect retreat after an evening exploring nearby bars and restaurants. You’d be about a five-minute walk from some of our favorites: SoulCycle, Nordstrom and Love is Blind Food & Wine. Oh, and about that pool? We’re inviting ourselves over this summer.
Wynwood (1 Br, 1 Bath)
We could mention the rooftop Pilates studio, the stainless steel appliances or the fact that it’s across the street from the best barbecue joint in town, Pride and Joy, and craft kitchen/cocktail bar Beaker & Gray. But we’re too busy losing our minds over this damn view.
Coconut Grove (1 Br, 1 Bath)
How cute is this one-bedroom in Coconut Grove? It’s fully remodeled and only a few streets away from CocoWalk. And with this cozy living room, it isn’t hard to picture friends gathering for The Bachelorette viewing sessions.
South Beach (Studio, 1 Bath)
Who needs more than 800 square feet of living space when you can lounge under your own cabana with that kind of view? Yeah, we thought so. Not to mention, you will literally never need to go on a vacation again.
Kendall (1 Br, 1 Bath)
We may not be on an island, but this apartment has an island. That counts for something, right?
Key Biscayne (1 Br, 1 Bath)
Remember what we said about not being on an island? Scratch that. A few miles off Miami’s mainland, the charm in this Key Biscayne apartment is just beyond. In addition to a nice-sized bedroom, there is also a large dining and living area that can be used as an entertainment space, study zone or play area—your home is your oyster.
Aventura (2 Br, 2 Bath)
Your last attempt to say you still live in Miami before officially jumping ship and moving to Broward. The house itself is a wee bit bigger than most of the aforementioned apartment units, proving that a place with two stories, large closets and lots of counter space does exist for a reasonable price in the 305.