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Miami Beach Market Overview as of 05-30-2020

Type For Sale Avg Price Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
Single Family Residence 404 $5,174,844 1265

Miami Beach Market Overview
Single Family Homes by # of Bedrooms

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
1 2 $1,834,500 $170,000 $3,499,000 1,043 1758
2 10 $958,000 $399,000 $1,690,000 1,461 656
3 84 $1,490,198 $429,000 $10,500,000 2,140 696
4 128 $2,861,874 $549,000 $15,500,000 3,056 936
5 83 $5,181,233 $599,500 $21,900,000 4,148 1249
6 49 $9,114,081 $1,490,000 $27,900,000 5,990 1521
7 30 $12,094,833 $1,790,000 $27,000,000 7,743 1562
8 8 $18,359,250 $1,999,000 $29,900,000 8,992 2042
9 2 $18,247,500 $16,500,000 $19,995,000 10,032 1819
10 5 $22,280,000 $2,975,000 $40,000,000 11,256 1979
11 1 $16,900,000 $16,900,000 $16,900,000 12,721 1329
12 2 $17,372,500 $14,995,000 $19,750,000 11,527 1507

Miami Beach Single Family Homes Sold in the Past 6 Months

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
2 2 $1,117,000 $1,090,000 $1,144,000 1,881 594
3 22 $1,167,540 $499,000 $1,800,000 2,159 541
4 33 $2,464,724 $555,000 $7,495,000 3,063 805
5 10 $6,801,400 $1,125,000 $16,750,000 4,502 1510
6 7 $8,699,142 $1,999,000 $16,900,000 6,817 1276
7 4 $5,962,500 $1,975,000 $9,800,000 6,682 892
8 3 $13,175,000 $9,975,000 $15,750,000 11,046 1193
9 2 $8,550,000 $8,200,000 $8,900,000 10,121 845
10 1 $16,490,000 $16,490,000 $16,490,000 7,746 2129


In the past few years, Mid-Beach has seen a revival that gives South Beach a run for its money. With its scenic location, trendy restaurants and some of Miami’s most famous hotels, this neighborhood has lots to offer, both now and in the upcoming years.

Here are some highlights.

Location, location, location

Who doesn't dream of living a few steps from the beach? In Mid-Beach, residents can forget about parking and stuffing beach chairs in the trunk -- condos are located less than a block away from the ocean.

The Boardwalk

Stretching for about 40 blocks, this classic promenade is the perfect place to take a jog or a walk along the sea. The sea breeze keeps it cool even on the hottest days and the views are unbeatable.

The Fontainebleau

This large hotel complex may look like it only serves tourists, but it's also beloved by residents. The Fontainebleau is the home of LIV, one of Miami’s most popular club, and of BleauLive, the open-air venue where they bring headlining musical artists all year round. It also boasts one of the best spa experiences in Miami, which also include access to their famed pools and poolside cabanas. The famous hotel also offers four restaurants (Hakkasan, Michael Mina 74, Scarpetta, and StripSteak), as well as some casual dining spots.  

Faena District

Designed by Argentine developer Alan Faena, this ambitious project has already celebrated the opening of two of the six buildings it will span in the future. What the future entails? Retail locations, restaurants, and Faena Art, a nonprofit art center. With its completion will come a huge cultural shift for Mid-Beach, who hasn't traditionally been a pole for the arts.

A Foodie Wonderland
Residents of Mid-Beach are sure to find all their food cravings satisfied,whether they are dedicated foodies or casual gourmets. The Fontainebleau offers four restaurants (Hakkasan, Michael Mina 74, Scarpetta, and StripSteak), as well as some casual dining spots. Faena offers three (Veranda, Los Fuegos, and Pao.) Some other famous spots include Cecconi's Miami Beach, 1500 Degrees at Eden Roc, and hip restaurant 27. In 41st Street’s Banking District, you’ll find a wide selection of fast food, casual dining, as well as the popular Cafe Avanti.



North Beach is a truly unique gem -- quiet, yet communal; close to nature without compromising on city life. Between the French street names along 71st’s Normandy Island and the beachwalk stretching all the way to 87st, North Beach’s loveliness shouldn’t be missed. Here are some of the perks residents get to enjoy yearly.

Beach Boardwalk

Enjoy 1.5 miles of paved path along a beautiful seafront. Because it’s nested between the beach and some building, residents find it perfect for peaceful strolls, daily jogging, and dog walks. A few steps will take you right unto the beaches, more convivial and less touristy than those on South Beach.

North Shore Open Space Park
On Collins and 79th Street, the boardwalk gives way to a big park in which people love to gather for post-swimming picnics and BBQs. The park boasts not one, but two dog parks, some outdoor workout equipment, and long sinewy paths bordered by tropical trees. Beyond the green, you can find once again the sparkling blue of the ocean and the quietness of the beach.

North Shore Park Bandshell

In the mood for music after an ocean dip? This public venue frequently hosts local musical acts, offering every genre from big band jazz to salsa nights. Every month, these events come with free dancing lessons and a neighborhood party you won’t forget. Hungry? Every fourth Wednesday of the month is Food Truck Night. Residents love to gather for Miami’s finest on-wheels dining.


Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a fancier dinner, North Beach is flowing with great dining options that you’re sure to enjoy. Amongst them? Restaurant Salon Canton offers some fantastic Chinese food. Las Vacas Gordas is a fun, elegant steakhouse, where you may witness flames lick your meal as it’s added to the open view grill. Cafe Prima Pasta has been a staple of local Italian dining since 1993. Argentinean casual dining spot Manolo’s is famous for its churros, yes, but it also offers a wide range of comfort foods that mix Latin and American flavors.


Ralph E. De Martino -- Aura Cecilia Rengifo ,
Ocean International Realty
5151 Collins Ave., Suite 227
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Phone 305.695.1105
Fax 305.328.4690