Miami Downtown Condos - Featured New Construction Condos
Downtown Miami is undergoing a complete makeover of its skyline and is evolving into a vibrant, non-stop residential community.
Miami's architects have redrawn the skyline with high-rise bayfront condo towers while maintaining several landmarks, such as, the Freedom Tower, a well-known landmark on Biscayne Boulevard and the city's first skyscraper. Downtown is home to the largest library in the Southeast, the Historical Museum of Southern Florida and the Miami Art Museum. The famous American Airlines Arena hosts the NBA's 2006 World Champion Miami Heat plus many concerts each year. The University of Miami Hurricanes play in the Orange Bowl.
Over 12 million people from over ninety countries around the globe visit Miami annually and the local population reflects this diversity. The city vibrates with commerce, the arts and entertainment for all who reside or travel here. Bayside Marketplace is an open-air waterfront market featuring dining, shopping, and local outdoor entertainment. With all the new development there will be multiple resort-style spa options and specialty retail offerings from many of the world's finest merchants including a new Whole Foods market in the Met.
The cultural landscape has changed forever with the opening of the new Performing Arts Center which will create a venue for all of Miami arts organizations' performances. Residents can visit the Midtown Arts district or the Design District and browse through the many art galleries and showrooms. This is the place to find design ideas plus unique furniture, carpeting, and antiques to furnish your new condo purchase.
Miami's revelers come out to enjoy the cooler nights in the many local clubs, hotels, and restaurants. International cuisine offerings are at every turn in bayside cafes, bistros, grills, and fine dining establishments.
The international culture here draws big business from around the world. Business people commute to Miami from other areas using the accessible Tri-Rail system, the highways, Miami International Airport, and the metrorail system. The new intermodal transportation hub near the airport will link all forms of travel to make it even easier to visit or do business here.
Miami downtown, with over ten thousand new residential condo units being built, will experience an explosion of growth in the next several years and reach the critical mass needed to complete the establishment of a twenty-four hour urban community that never sleeps!
Miami Downtown Condos for sale or rent
In addition to the condos for sale, there are also many for rent. The large singles community makes condominium rental a good option for many young professionals. With all that Miami Downtown has to offer, the Miami Condo Lifestyle Team can ensure that you will find the perfect place to call home!
To see which Miami Downtown condos are available for sale and rent, please click on the logos of the newer buildings above or click on the individual building names in the table above to access every available condo in the entire Miami Downtown condo inventory. For your convenience, you can sort the table of Miami Downtown condos by clicking the column headers, and can filter by entering in the text to filter by in the boxes at the tops of the columns.
Miami Downtown Condos
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|Price Range||Units||Views||Year Built|
1000 Biscayne Blvd
|$7,995,000 - $18,000,000||83||Bay and City||2019|
50 Biscayne Blvd
|$399,000 - $2,895,000||523||Bayfront||2007|
501 NE 1st Avenue
|$315,000 - $700,000||448||Bay and City||2024|
600 Northeast 1st Avenue
|$500,000 - $965,000||579||Bay and City||2026|
601 Northeast 1st Avenue
|$350,000 - $1,100,000||604||Bay and City||2023|
900 Biscayne Blvd
|$650,000 - $3,490,000||516||Bayfront||2008|
300 Biscayne Blvd Way
|$59,000,000 - $59,000,000||391||Bay and City||2023|
151 SE 1st St
|$360,000 - $590,000||352||City||2016|
640 N. Miami Avenue
|$300,000 - $750,000||450||Bay and City||2025|
225 & 233 N Miami Avenue
|$350,000 - $700,000||343||City||2024|
20 NE 11th Street
|$375,000 - $25,000,000||375||Bay and City||2023|
29 NE 11th Street
|$450,000 - $1,200,000||550||Bay and City||2026|
398 NE 5th Street
|$669,000 - $1,837,527||636||Bay and City||2022|
200 Biscayne Blvd Way
|$550,000 - $10,000,000||360||Bayfront||2008|
942 NE 1st Avenue
|$400,000 - $400,000||529||Bay and City||2024|
234 NE 3rd Street
|$349,000 - $650,000||196||Bay and City||2005|
133 NE 2nd Avenue
|$369,000 - $600,000||496||Bay and City||2007|
888 Biscayne Blvd
|$639,000 - $1,400,000||516||Bayfront||2008|
1100 Biscayne Blvd
|$999,000 - $1,595,000||306||Bayfront||2009|
300 S Biscayne Blvd
|$425,000 - $716,000||447||Bay and City||2008|
555 N Miami Avenue
|$647,000 - $2,590,000||426||Bay and City||2026|
325 - 335 S. Biscayne Blvd
|$459,000 - $4,428,000||896||Bayfront||2005|
851 NE 1st Avenue
|$489,900 - $9,350,000||466||Bay and City||2019|
1040 Biscayne Blvd
|$539,000 - $1,899,999||200||Bayfront||2007|
244 Biscayne Blvd & 253 NE 2nd Street
|$409,000 - $3,000,000||849||Bayfront||2008|
330 Biscayne Blvd
|$4,428,000 - $4,428,000||360||Bay and City||2025|
18 NW 11th Street
|$365,000 - $900,000||659||Bay and City||2027|
227 NE 2nd Street
|$420,000 - $595,000||231||Bay and City||2022|