Edgewater, Miami

Edgewater, Miami, FL

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Overview

If you’re somewhere in Miami, this neighborhood is one place you shouldn’t miss. A calm, peaceful enclave that’s generally less than popular and touristy but a flourishing town. Heard of Edgewater? Do you need some unwinding after a grueling day’s work? Or spend time with loved ones? Walk along the bay and just bask in the gorgeous waterfront views.


How can one not like what lifestyle Edgewater offers? It offers a relaxed and refreshing living in an urban locality. Modern conveniences are easily accessible. You can go to parks and culture & art venues which are all just within a short distance. The town is continuously blooming – with trendier new residential developments launching out soon. In no time at all, the district will soon be dotted with more luxury high-rise condominiums and more restaurants, supermarkets, and more basic establishments.

For some dining and shopping options, it provides you with wide selections of what you need and want. You can go from the sophisticated and fine dining restaurants to the most subdued and budget-friendly eating spots.

If you want a homey type of community where tourists are fewer, and you randomly get to greet and talk with neighbors in your early morning walks along any of their streets, Edgewater is a perfect place.

Edgewater is quite an attractive place to live in – where you can have all the time to relax, recharge, and explore your community. There are endless outdoor activities to enjoy and bond with your family and friends.

Location


Edgewater is a residential community that exudes a downtown vibe, easily picked as one of the top places to live in Miami. It is around the center of most of Miami’s prime areas: it is along Downtown north, and just a few blocks away from Wynwood, Midtown, and Design District (collectively termed as the ‘Arts and Entertainment Districts’). Over the bridge is the famed Miami Beach. You can avail of the complimentary Miami Trolley services in several bayfront key areas. Being at a central spot, Edgewater is an ideal place for young professionals and new & old families to appreciate and enjoy what life Miami has to offer.

The proximity of Edgewater to Downtown Miami is just spot-on as it gives you the benefit of both Brightline and Metrorail trains which will transport you to any area in South Florida. There will also be a future rail service for commuters that will take them anywhere within and outside the Miami metro area.


Edgewater’s Background History


This charming residential bay neighborhood started from being a posh shopping district beginning in the 1920s to the 1960s. Sears and Burdines, a known national retailer even made the southern Edgewater their home for several years. During the late 1970s, it has progressed more with its anchor mall, Omni International Mall. Do you know that this mall became a super-luxurious shopping destination with popular brands such as Givenchy, Hermes, and other high-end brands and retailers?

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Parks, Culture, and Arts


What makes Edgewater such a special and unique community? One of its top attractions is the Margaret Pace Park, all of 8-acres which sits along the bayfront and has other amenities like a huge playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, and open green spaces. You can also do your exercises here. You can run with your dogs, as it is a dog-friendly park. A beautiful place to be – it is quite a calm sanctuary in the middle of Miami’s hustle and bustle.

A bit less crowded than South Beach, Edgewater has more new developments going forward as it radiates the peaceful, warm, and friendly neighborhood vibe. The general mode of transport is still a walk or bike ride away making it conducive for simple pleasures such as early morning walks, biking in the late afternoons, or perhaps chatting with neighbors and acquaintances in the streets, and spending time together with family appreciating the scenic waterfront views.

Or have indulgent walks or easy bicycle rides to some nearby popular arts and cultural venues around Miami, such as the Adrienne Arsht Center, Ziff Opera House, American Airlines Arena, Perez and Frost Museums, and many other smaller local art studios and galleries.

Do you know what Edgewater’s next cultural gem is? There will be a museum called ‘Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation Art Museum’ which is now in its development phase. Something exciting to watch out for!

Dining and Shopping


This area is a little more serene than the other Miami communities, but there are a lot of nice restaurants and cafés within the neighborhood. But you won’t be able to go to late-night clubs or bars here. Edgewater’s best appeal will be the rewarding kind of eclectic options for enjoyable shopping and dining.

You can always walk into most of Miami’s renowned restaurants. A hands-down waterfront favorite fine dining restaurant is Amara at Paraiso in Edgewater. For some Italian fare, go to Paolo Fontanot’s Italian café and bakery (the only US branch outside Italy). There are more lovely restaurants offering most international favorites. Or you can also head on to nearby Wynwood’s and Downtown Miami’s fine restaurants like Kush, Alter, and Dunkunoo restaurants for all your food whims.

Shopping is great here at Edgewater as you have easy access to Wynwood’s chic boutiques and Design District’s specialty shops. Plus, of course, there are Downton Miami’s varied nifty shopping choices. Shop till you drop in style is the way to go for those who are up for it.


Housing Options: Remodels, Condominiums, & Future Developments


Some time ago, Edgewater has been mostly populated with families in the working class in their small middle 20th century bungalows and some low-rise condominiums. But as the recent years passed, a teeming of luxury condominium buildings, as well as trendy waterfront residences with bay views, adorned this town. Add to this is the modern family-oriented amenities which the locals and residents received well. For a nostalgic touch, some of the old bungalows in this neighborhood have been upgraded and remodeled. They still form part of today’s hip local landscape of Edgewater.

Edgewater’s current market is the selection for mid-rise and high-rise residential condominiums near Biscayne Bay. Aside from that, you are in for all modern conveniences – nice public parks and great retail and shopping destinations.

Edgewater is a pleasant community to live in. It is one of the most desired affordable locations among Miami’s neighborhoods. Below is a quick roundup of what to expect at Edgewater in terms of present and future residential options. There are some expensive condominium buildings as well as several waterfront residences. Some condominiums are in front of the lovely Margaret Pace Park. What a cool location!


Watch out for the town’s upcoming new and pre-construction developments where indulgence is second to none. Check out the following condominiums soon: Biscayne 27, Missoni Baia, and Aria Reserve.

Now that you’ve seen how Edgewater grew from what it used to be as a plush shopping district to a quiet, flourishing district now - you know that this place has big potentials. You will love its central location, its people, and the best urban relaxed lifestyle it offers like no other.

Interested? Kindly check our inventory of condominiums for sale or rent below for details.

Units

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Address Price Bedrooms Bathrooms Sqft Price/sqft
651 NE 60th St # 22, Miami FL 33137 $225K 1 1 519 $434
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 1410, Miami FL 33137 $260K 0 1 472 $551
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 1510, Miami FL 33137 $260K 0 1 472 $551
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 706, Miami FL 33137 $280K 0 1 488 $574
651 NE 60th St # 25, Miami FL 33137 $280K 2 1 608 $461
601 NE 23rd St # 901, Miami FL 33137 $282K 1 1 663 $425
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 1006, Miami FL 33137 $288K 0 1 488 $590
2200 NE 4th Ave # 604, Miami FL 33137 $289K 1 1 709 $408
600 NE 25th St # 75, Miami FL 33137 $299K 2 2 970 $308
520 NE 29th St # 802, Miami FL 33137 $299K 1 1 677 $442
2275 Biscayne Blvd, Miami FL 33137 $299K 1 1 775 $386
601 NE 23rd St # 1507, Miami FL 33137 $299K 1 1 663 $451
520 NE 29th St # 604, Miami FL 33137 $305K 1 1 744 $410
350 NE 24 ST # 714, Miami FL 33137 $305K 1 1 0 $0
3301 NE 1st Ave # H0803, Miami FL 33137 $310K 0 1 632 $491
2000 N Bayshore Dr # 1009, Miami FL 33137 $320K 2 2 1,068 $300
333 NE 24 # 1103, Miami FL 33137 $320K 1 1 692 $462
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 811, Miami FL 33137 $330K 1 1 648 $509
350 NE 24th St # 410, Miami FL 33137 $330K 1 1 692 $477
2001 Biscayne Blvd # 2204, Miami FL 33137 $338K 1 1 706 $479
480 NE 30th St # 604, Miami FL 33137 $339K 1 1 828 $409
520 NE 29th St # 703, Miami FL 33137 $345K 2 1 877 $393
3301 NE 1st Ave # H2503, Miami FL 33137 $349K 0 1 655 $533
520 NE 29th St # 1203, Miami FL 33137 $350K 1 1 877 $399
2001 Biscayne Blvd # 3506, Miami FL 33137 $355K 1 1 796 $446
121 NE 34th St # L601, Miami FL 33137 $355K 1 1 607 $585
3301 NE 1st Ave # H1203, Miami FL 33137 $355K 0 1 655 $542
3301 NE 1st Ave # H2411, Miami FL 33137 $360K 1 1 761 $473
480 NE 30th St # 706, Miami FL 33137 $369K 1 1 828 $446
4250 BISCAYNE BLVD # 509, Miami FL 33137 $370K 1 1 790 $468
121 NE 34th Street # 1111, Miami FL 33137 $375K 1 1 612 $613
600 NE 36th St # 801, Miami FL 33137 $379K 2 2 1,218 $311
121 NE 34th St # 2010, Miami FL 33137 $380K 1 1 593 $641
121 NE 34th St # 1510, Miami FL 33137 $380K 1 1 593 $641
226 NE 56th St, Miami FL 33137 $380K 4 2 551 $690
121 NE 34th St # L303, Miami FL 33137 $390K 1 1 672 $580
3301 NE 1st Ave # H0806, Miami FL 33137 $390K 1 1 861 $453
3401 NE 1 # 1214, Miami FL 33137 $390K 1 1 681 $573
121 NE 34th St # 1603, Miami FL 33137 $395K 1 1 673 $587
3401 NE 1st Ave # 2710, Miami FL 33137 $399K 1 1 0 $0
3401 NE 1 ST # 2311, Miami FL 33137 $400K 1 1 843 $474
650 NE 32 # 608, Miami FL 33137 $400K 1 1 706 $567
520 NE 29 ST # 901, Miami FL 33137 $400K 2 2 1,065 $376
3301 NE 1st Ave # H0905, Miami FL 33137 $400K 1 1 761 $526
2000 N Bayshore Dr # 628, Miami FL 33137 $400K 2 2 1,175 $340
600 NE 36th St # 1906, Miami FL 33137 $400K 2 2 990 $404
480 NE 30th St # 2102, Miami FL 33137 $410K 1 1 828 $495
501 NE 31st St # 1802, Miami FL 33137 $410K 1 1 622 $659
2001 Biscayne Blvd # 2509, Miami FL 33137 $419K 2 2 1,288 $325
3470 E Coast Ave # H0909, Miami FL 33137 $425K 1 1 735 $578
501 NE 31st St # 807, Miami FL 33137 $425K 1 1 746 $570
501 NE 31st Street # 302, Miami FL 33137 $426K 1 1 750 $568
3250 NE 1 AVE # 511, Miami FL 33137 $430K 1 1 740 $581
601 NE 36th St # 709, Miami FL 33137 $435K 2 2 1,158 $376
348 NE 58th St, Miami FL 33137 $435K 0 0 1,190 $366
501 NE 31st St # 2405, Miami FL 33137 $440K 1 1 618 $712
480 NE 30th St # 1803, Miami FL 33137 $445K 2 2 1,007 $442
121 NE 34th St # 2714, Miami FL 33137 $445K 1 1 681 $653
3470 E Coast Ave # H0903, Miami FL 33137 $449K 1 1 735 $611
480 NE 30th St # 1804, Miami FL 33137 $449K 1 1 828 $542
3301 NE 1st Ave # H1711, Miami FL 33137 $449K 1 1 761 $590
501 NE 31st St # 2305, Miami FL 33137 $450K 1 1 618 $728
501 NE 31st St # 1602, Miami FL 33137 $450K 1 1 622 $723
501 NE 31 # 2802, Miami FL 33137 $450K 1 1 0 $0
2001 Biscayne Blvd # 2309, Miami FL 33137 $450K 2 2 1,288 $349
121 NE 34 # 1415, Miami FL 33137 $455K 1 1 0 $0
501 NE 31st St # 803, Miami FL 33137 $459K 1 1 622 $738
350 NE 24th St # 1001, Miami FL 33137 $460K 2 2 1,036 $444
601 NE 27 STREET # 1604, Miami FL 33137 $460K 1 1 772 $596
600 NE 36th St # 1401, Miami FL 33137 $460K 2 2 1,218 $378
601 NE 36th St # 1909, Miami FL 33137 $474K 2 2 1,158 $409
2900 NE 7th Ave, Miami FL 33137 $479K 2 2 1,101 $435
4250 Biscayne Blvd # 818, Miami FL 33137 $479K 2 2 951 $504
3401 NE 1ST AVE # 2712, Miami FL 33137 $480K 1 1 845 $568
650 NE 32nd St # 1508, Miami FL 33137 $480K 1 1 706 $680
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Location

View Offers
448
For Sale
146
For Rent
4020
Sold
Price Range
$225K - $16M
Avg. SQFT Price
$761
SF Range
440 to 6,676 SF
Bedrooms
1 - 6
Avg. Dom
203 day(s)
Year Built
1902 - 2023