Condos for Sale in City Center

Search all City Center homes for sale below. City Center Miami is a sub-neighborhood within the South Beach area of the Miami Beach district. Hailed as the third most walkable neighborhood in Miami Beach, City Center Miami is rapidly becoming one of the most desirable communities to live in. The neighborhood is home to some of the best entertainment venues and parks in all of Miami Beach.

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City Center Real Estate November 23, 2020
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$1,044.27
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$579,000
Med. List Price
95 Properties
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City Center Information

Bounded by Dade Boulevard and 23rd Street to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Lincoln Road to the south and Biscayne Bay and Alton Road to the west, City Center Miami residents have easy and quick access to business centers while still having the best views of Miami.

With a walk score of 89 and a transit score of 60, City Center ranks as the “3rd Most Walkable Miami Beach Neighborhood”. Many of the errands in the neighborhood are easily accomplished by foot.

The neighborhood is also home to a number of lush greenery such as Soundscape Park, Collins Park and the Miami Beach Botanical Garden.

Downtown is less than 8 miles from the neighborhood and can be reached via I-395 E in less than 20 minutes. Miami International Airport is also about 20 minutes away from City Center, making the community a top destination for international tourists.

City Center is also a choice of residence – temporary or permanent – for those who do business in the busy district of Brickell for they only spend around 25 minutes of travel time to reach their destination.

City Center Real Estate

Residents of City Center are mostly single individuals. Only 24% of the homeowners are married. Their median age is 59 years old, with more than 80% having a college degree.

Since the neighborhood is very walkable, almost half of the population travels by foot – only 39% use their cars for daily commute and only 13% utilize the public transport system.