The Most Luxurious Condo Buildings in Mid-Beach (Miami Beach)

Mid-Beach might be known as the quieter counterpart to South Beach, which affords it a more laid-back, residential lifestyle. The upscale neighborhood comes with its own unique flavor of arts, performances, entertainment, and architecture. Especially after the introduction of the Faena District, there has been a flurry of activity in this desirable Miami Beach neighborhood that’s anchored by Art Deco and MiMo-style hotels and buildings lining our sugar-sand beaches. This flurry has further attracted an influx of starchitects and big-budget developers to build more modern, luxurious structures to please its ever-growing community of global citizens.

So, what constitutes luxury living in Mid-Beach? Here’s looking at the top 5 most luxurious condo buildings of the Miami Beach neighborhood and all they have to offer:


Why Choose Mid-Beach?

Mid-Beach offers all the perks of living in Miami Beach, with the added advantage of being tucked away from the much busier South Beach. With more tranquil, white sand beaches, breathtaking water views, throwback Art Deco and MiMo-style architecture, some of the best hotels and resorts, the Bass Art Museum, plus the eclectic Faena District for all your art, culture and curated luxury retail cravings, this upscale neighborhood is a remarkable place to call home. 

Mid-Beach also ranks well in terms of walkability with a walk score of 91 in our recent study. In addition to the above, Mid-Beach also boasts of close proximity to the La Gorce Country Club and golf course, all the famous shopping and entertainment hotspots of South Beach, Mt. Sinai Hospital, the upscale Shops at Bal Harbour, and easy access to the mainland via I-95, making it is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods to live in.


The Best of the Best Condos in Mid-Beach

  1. Fontainebleau III Sorrento – 4391 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

Avg. list price $1,590 per sq ft

Fontainebleau III Sorrento – 4391 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


Part of the legendary Fontainebleau brand, this oceanfront condo-hotel is home to 286 designer-furnished suites perched across 18 stories. Amenities of this ultra-luxury establishment include 18 acres of recreation space and direct access to 1,200 feet of white sand beach with jet skiing and parasailing. Other amenities include in-suite spa and beauty services, lighted tennis courts and pro shop, multiple swimming pools, beachfront and poolside bar, snack bar, world-class spa and fitness center, family-oriented water playground, indoor and outdoor restaurants, shopping arcade, and much more.

  1. 6080 Collins Avenue - 6080 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

Avg. list price $1,613 per sq ft

6080 Collins Avenue - 6080 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


This condo-hotel is home to a collection of 73 high-style residences spread across 6 stories. Designed by Charles H. Benson & Associates, the sublimely modern building comes with amenities like a rooftop pool and fitness center, an in-house Starbucks, and a great vacation rental program managed by The Eskape Collection.

  1. Caribbean - 3737 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

Avg. list price $2,242 per sq ft

Caribbean - 3737 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


Combining the MiMo 7-story north tower designed by historic Miami Beach architect L. Murray Dixon and the latest 19-story south tower designed by Kobi Karp, the Caribbean makes for an amazing oceanfront community. The towers offer a total of 103 luxury residences, with the south tower featuring interiors by the renowned Christopher Ciccone. Amenities here include direct beach access, an oceanfront heated infinity-edge pool, beach and pool service, a new-age fitness center, cigar humidor, fire pit for social gatherings, billiard lounge, and much more.

  1. The Residences at the Miami Beach Edition – 2901 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

Avg. list price $2,271 per sq ft

The Residences at the Miami Beach Edition – 2901 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


This branded, oceanfront condo-hotel features a handful of 26 ultra-luxury residences occupying six floors. These limited-edition condos come with amenities such as priority access to the hotel’s restaurant and bars, nightclub, spa, salon, business center, exclusive beach access as well as pet walking, sitting, and grooming services.


And the Winner of the Best Condo in Mid-Beach in Terms of Luxury Goes To . . .

  1. Faena House – 3315 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

Avg. list price $3,469 per sq ft

Faena House – 3315 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


This sleek, ultra-luxury building is the anchor of what has now turned into the famous Faena District of Mid-Beach. The oceanfront building features 41 airy condos spread across 17 stories, each with fully finished, custom Foster+Partners interiors and extra-large balconies. Amenities here include a full-fledged spa with separate steam and sauna rooms for men and women, an ocean-view TechnoGym, children’s playroom, private fully-serviced beach club, landscaped pool, and outdoor spaces.

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57 Ocean – 5775 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach

57 Ocean – 5775 Collins Avenue, Mid-Beach


Envisioned to capture the celebratory character of Brazilian luxury, this boutique building rises 18 stories along a pristine oceanfront. Housing 71 ultra-luxury residences, its modern interiors are designed by Brazil’s Patricia Anastassiadis. Close to completion, amenities at this Arquitectonica-designed high-rise include direct beach access, lush landscaping with meditation and hanging gardens, two oceanfront infinity-edge pools with cabanas, an oceanview bar and lounge, exclusive poolside and beachside services, a holistic Blue Wellness spa pavilion with indoor-outdoor treatment rooms, aromatherapy and ice fountains, MyEquilibria outdoor gym plus an indoor TechnoGym, club room with Chef’s summer kitchen and grill area, sunset terrace with spa pool, a children’s activity room and much more.


Alton Bay - 3900 Alton Road, Mid-Beach

Alton Bay - 3900 Alton Road, Mid-Beach


Master architect Ricardo Bofill’s first large-scale condo project in the US, this bayfront building is set to rise 8 stories housing 75 luxury residences. Envisioned as an urban oasis in complete harmony with its surroundings, the condo building will feature water-like (glass) architecture along with wild botanical elements that crawl up the walls of the podium and over the pool deck. Amenities here will include a professionally curated collection of contemporary art in its lobby, pool deck installations by artists like Loris Cecchini and Fernando Mastrangelo, a landscaped pool terrace with expansive pool and spa, social lounge with gaming area and high-def media room, children’s playroom, children’s wading pool, dog park, Tesla house car, VIP access to the Beach Club at the Nobu Hotel plus Eden Roc Miami Beach, and much more.


How Safe is Mid-Beach?

Being the quieter cousin of South Beach definitely has its perks. The more sophisticated Mid-Beach is known for its cleaner and less populated sugar-sand beaches, walkable expanses, and family-friendly corridors. This distance from the more touristy part of town naturally makes Mid-Beach a safer place to call home.

You can take a deeper dive into living in South Beach vs. Mid-Beach here.


Best Restaurants in Mid-Beach

Matador Room

Matador Room - Photo courtesy of Edition Hotels


The dining scene in Mid-Beach might not be as wide-ranging as South Beach, but it certainly has its fair share of top-rated eateries that give residents plenty of reasons to dine-out closer home:

  • Hakkasan is one of the best Asian restaurants in Miami serving a scrumptious crispy duck salad and Cantonese fare in the Fontainebleau Hotel
  • Scarpetta at the Fontainebleau serves some of the best Italian favorites in a high-end setting with a side of ocean views 
  • Stripsteak by Michael Mina at the Fontainebleau is an outpost for the chef’s award-winning Las Vegas restaurant serving a la carte steak cuts and signature specials
  • Pizza and Burger at the Fontainebleau serves Chef Michael Mina’s best home-style comfort food
  • Pao by Paul Qui at the Faena Hotel is a fine-dining restaurant serving lip-smacking Asian cuisine with water views
  • OLA does great Latin American-style seafood, with its lobster empanada, fire and ice ceviche, and deconstructed key lime pie topping the charts
  • The Broken Shaker is an award-winning hotel bar, dishing out original concoctions infused with international flavors in a bohemian courtyard setting
  • 27 Restaurant and Bar is another great cocktail bar serving top-notch, new-age American fare
  • Lola Restaurant and Grill puts the best skirt steak on the table with live music
  • Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann also serves a great steak with great wine pairing in an elegant hotel setting
  • Matador Room serves the most inspiring Caribbean and Latin eats cooked up by the world-renowned MasterChef Jean-Georges Vongerichten
  • Casa Faena Restaurant is popular for its delectable Argentine and classic American soul food
  • Hoshi and Sushi is the best place for sushi rolls and Asian fusion in the neighborhood
  • Latin Café is another great place for mouthwatering Cuban sandwiches and skirt steak


Shopping in Mid-Beach

Shopping options in Mid-Beach were quite modest until a few years ago, with only the Fontainebleau Shops ruling the roost. However, with the addition of the Faena Bazaar, residents now have more options in the stores that range from emerging designers to global luxury and lifestyle brands, a highly-curated collection of artisan luxury goods, rotating pop-ups, and an art gallery that got Vogue christening the Bazaar ‘Miami Beach’s new design destination.’

For a broader range of shopping options, residents can head to the iconic Lincoln Road mall in South Beach or drive up to the highly glamorous Bal Harbour Shops up north, also with great dining and cafe options. Still, they will find their favorite Starbucks closer to home in three locations - one at the 6080 condo-hotel, a second on isle Nautilus and another further down Collins Avenue.


The Best Located Condo in Mid-Beach

Faena House


Faena House not only wins the tag of most luxurious, but also the best-located condo in our Mid-Beach study. To begin with, it is beachfront and a quick ride from South Beach plus its famous nightlife, art fairs, and shopping at Lincoln Road. Second, it sits right in the middle of the happening Faena District - surrounded by the Faena Hotel, Performing Arts Theater, Events Forum, and Bazaar that have come to infuse new life to Millionaire’s Row. Third, the Faena District also features a
walkscore of 74, making it one of the more walkable districts in Miami Beach. Last, but not least, it also connects easily to the mainland via the I-95.

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Cover photo courtesy of miamiandbeaches.com - Yacht Marina at the Fontainebleau

 

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