Miami is filled with vibrant neighborhoods, each more unique than the last. The latest up-and-coming area and the trending word in the South Florida real estate market is “Edgewater.” Located between NE 17th St. and NE 37th St. and just a short distance from our Mochee office and home to a couple of our staffers, Edgewater is an area of particular interest to our team. Personal connections aside, this trendy new neighborhood is also the future site of one of our most colorful clients, The Crimson. A 20 story pre-construction project boasting Bayfront boutique living with only 90 residences, The Crimson appeals to the buyer seeking the full Miami experience. Their new sales and marketing team at International Sales Group aren’t just selling the building’s sophisticated units; they are selling Edgewater.
Location is key for this and other projects that will soon call Edgewater home. It is conveniently nestled between Downtown Miami, Wynwood, the Design Distirct, Midtown and the Upper East Side and just over the bridge from Miami Beach. “The Gates to Wynwood” as it is being called, gives residents a taste of everything from the eclectic local art scene to the some of the city’s finest dining options. Venues like The Adrienne Arsht Center, James L. Knight Center and American Airlines arena are just minutes away and all of this comes on rare waterfront property just off of Biscayne Blvd. But, it’s not the attractions that make Edgewater special, it’s the energy. A charming mix of unfinished urban living and a palm-tree lined paradise is why we are drawn to Edgewater. “Located at the intersection of funky and trendy” is how The Miami Herald described it earlier this year. The local shops are still standing, the water is still unobstructed from the end of almost every street and yet there is a sense of what’s to come. A buzz in the air that says that soon this will be the pulse of the Downtown Miami area.
Thus far, projects like The Crimson have done a wonderful job keeping the charm of Edgewater in tact while making it even more suitable for future residents. Developers of The Crimson and surrounding projects will soon be erecting a public park on the end of NE 27th street. We are excited to see what’s in store for one of our favorite Miami neighborhoods, stay tuned for more updates on this and construction on The Crimson.
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