One of the best places to be during the COVID-19 quarantines has to be in one of the many luxury condominium towers in Miami-Dade County. From Key Biscayne to Miami Beach to Edgewater, residents of South Florida condos truly live in style. With luxury residences being added to the city skyline almost yearly, it can be hard to know which development is right for you. Let’s take a look at some of the best condos around the greater Miami area.
Up-and-coming Edgewater Miami has felt a resurgence in the last decade. Tucked perfectly beside the Biscayne Bay, Edgewater is home to Biscayne Beach. This luxury condominium is loaded with amenities. In addition to being bayfront, residents will have access to a heated pool, sauna, and hot tubs. If health is your passion, there is a fitness center and exercise room as well as basketball and tennis courts.
The Biscayne Beach Miami also boasts oversized terraces in some units while others have den options. Most units come with at least 1.5 baths and a balcony with views of Biscayne Bay. The balcony is set beside floor to ceiling glass windows. Residents who are lucky enough to get one of the exclusive penthouses will have access to private rooftop garden terraces.
If Brickell Key is more your vibe, you’ll want to check out Asia. Situated close to the mouth of the Miami river, people interested in kayaks will find this location extremely convenient. The condos range from two to five-bedroom units with top-floor penthouses as well. Asia is well within reach of the Miami Design District as well as South Beach. Some of the key amenities from Asia include a grand entrance with water views from their lobby, private elevators, as well as private storage rooms. The condominium holds 123 units on 36 floors. For the beverage-lover, many of the units have built-in espresso makers and wine coolers.
Built in 2002, the Grand Venetian in South Beach remains one of the premier condos overlooking the white sand of the surrounding area. Nestled on the waters of the Venetian Causeway, there are several walking paths nearby that lead to some of the best shopping and dining. Grand Venetian is also close to the vibrant nightlife of South Beach.
The Grand Venetian offers views of several bodies of water including Miami Beach, Biscayne Bay, and the Intracoastal Waterway. The units are typically one to three-bedroom with a living space anywhere between 850 to over 2300 square feet. Much like Asia and Biscayne Beach residences, there are balconies on most units, access to beach clubs, and a concierge service. With 134 total units over 25 floors, the Grand Venetian remains a prominent place to live.
If you are looking to live close to Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood, but not quite there, Midtown would be a good option. If so, Hyde Midtown might be the best condo for you. Though it’s not beachfront, it’s close to Downtown Miami, the home of the Miami Heat American Airlines Arena, and a short drive to Virginia Key. The Hyde is a mixed-use condominium building, offering space for both residents and designer suits. The common area space has a unique feel with several museum-quality pieces of art permanently displayed in the building. Residential condos range from studios to three-bedroom units. The building boasts nearly 500 condos over its 31 floors. Some of the amenities of the building include a heated pool with poolside cabanas and tennis courts along with its high-end fitness center that will help keep residents of Hyde Midtown motivated and in shape.