10 Best Loft-Style Condominiums in Miami

One of the choice designs when it comes to condominium and modern living in Miami is the loft-style condominium. These are residences that come with very high roofs and a design that is more industrial than residential. The combination of high ceilings, open spaces, large glass windows, and exposed ductwork with luxury features, spa-inspired bathrooms, polished floors, and gourmet style kitchens is fast becoming the home design of choice by many here.

While there is a long list of homes that come in this eclectic design in the Miami area, there are a few that stand out. Here are 10 of the best loft-style condominiums in the area:

1. Industry Lofts

Neighborhood: South Beach

Address: 1560 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Florida, 33139

Year Built: 2006

Located on popular South Beach, this residential building has 17 units in three configurations which include studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans. Floor areas for these homes range in size from 842 square feet to 1,620 square feet. These come with the usual exposed piping, ductwork, and stainless steel appliances that you expect from a loft-style residence.

2. 250 Wynwood

Neighborhood: Wynwood

Address: 250 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127

Year Built: 2016

Located in the fashionable and artistic district of Wynwood is this 6-story edifice that houses not only loft-style residences but also stylish retail outlets on the ground floor. The units here come in 5 distinct floor plans, which range in size from 767 square feet to 2,922 square feet. The building has studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units in it as well as two massive penthouse residences with private roof decks, and expansive terraces.

3. Meridian Lofts

Neighborhood: Miami Beach

Address:  2001 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach Florida, 33139

Year Built: 2005

This 6-story building on Miami Beach has loft units in one to four bedroom configurations and with floor areas that range in size from 800 square feet to 2,300 square feet. This building has 111 units within its walls, and these come with high ceilings in raw concrete, polished concrete floors, exposed ductwork, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

4. Lofts at South Beach

Neighborhood: South Beach

Address: 1701 Sunset Harbour Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Year Built: 2004

Also on the popular South Beach neighborhood of Miami is this 5-story edifice that houses 31 units in loft-style designs that include one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom floor plans. These homes come with industrial style interiors that come with narrow stairs, exposed beams, picture windows for the bedrooms, and raw concrete ceilings. Floor-to-ceiling windows to the outside and gourmet kitchens in white and stainless steel complete the industrial look of the loft-style residences here.

5. Space 01

Neighborhood: North Bay Village

Address: 7934 West Drive, North Bay Village, FL 33141

Year Built: 2006

The name Space 01 tends to invoke images of a futuristic residence, and these homes do not disappoint on that score. The units in this building have the usual loft-style staples of raw concrete ceilings, exposed ducts, stainless steel appliances, balconies with glass railings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. These are however combined with uniquely traditional features like hardwood floors to make these uniquely eclectic yet modern.

6. Infinity at Brickell

Neighborhood: Brickell

Address: 60 SW 13th Street, Miami, FL 33130, USA

Year Built: 2009

Located in the Financial District of Miami, this 52 story residential building is one of the few in Brickell that have two-story residential units inside its towering structure. Called Sky Lofts, these residences feature bedrooms on the second floors and living areas on the first floor, with high ceilings, expansive balconies, and expansive glass walls that give residents majestic views of the city and the water. These homes come with stainless steel kitchen appliances, stark-white walls and ceilings, metal stair railings, and hardwood floors.

7. Parc Lofts

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami

Address: 1749 NE Miami Ct, Miami, FL 33132

Year Built: 2005

If you are looking for a loft-style home in Downtown Miami, then Parc Lofts is worth considering. This 6-story structure located near Dorsey Park and Biscayne Park, and houses 72 units in one to five bedroom configurations. The homes in this building come in a true-loft style design with raw concrete ceilings, exposed ductwork, open floor plans, and polished concrete floors.

8. Filling Station Lofts

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami

Address: 1657 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136

Year Built: 2014

Built in 2014, this 10-story building with 81 loft-style units within boasts not only of spacious residences in standard industrial style loft designs, but also of a long list of amenities residents will enjoy. These include retail shops at the ground floor, indoor parking, a swimming pool, hot tub, and concierge as well as on-site management services. The building is pet friendly, which makes it ideal for those who have pets.

9. Centro Lofts

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami

Address: 151 SE 1st St, Miami, FL 33131

Year Built: 2016

One of the newest residential buildings in Miami that offer loft-style residences in one and two bedroom configurations is the Centro building, located right in the heart of Downtown Miami. This 36-story structure has 352 units within its walls, with exposed concrete ceilings, polished concrete floors, gourmet kitchens, and modern lighting fixtures being part of these homes. The building has a wealth of amenities that can only be called luxurious and green initiatives that include electric car charging stations, bike lending programs, and eco-friendly technology.

10. Ten Museum Park

Neighborhood: Downtown Miami

Address: 1040 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Year Built: 2007

Also in Downtown Miami is this 5-story edifice that has 200 units within its walls. The homes here come in one to five bedroom configurations and in floor areas that range in size from 886 square feet to 4,327 square feet. While most loft-style condominiums boast of exposed duct work as well as raw concrete walls and ceilings, the homes in this building come with a polished look but with a loft style design that includes high ceilings, a wall of glass windows, metal fixtures, and open floor plans.