Posts Tagged: Edgewater

What Homebuyers in Miami Want Now? Alicia Cervera on New Developments

Posted by & filed under Condo, Development Pipeline, Interviews, Market Watch, Residential, Urbanism.

This is the second of three interviews I did for StreetEasy with Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, Managing Partner at Cervera Real Estate .  In this interview Alicia talks about the consumer’s desire to buy into Miami’s emerging neighborhoods, urban infill, transit oriented development opportunites, green building and the consumer wanting to live in walkable neighborhoods. Alicia foresees that… Read more »

NE 2nd Avenue Sees Redevelopment Action

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Looks likes there’s some action happening around the area of NE 2ndAvenue between NE 23rd and NE 24th Street.  The tenant improvements for the new Mia Piccolo Montessori School are well underway; a clear sign that the demographics in the area are quickly changing.  Two other buildings up the street appear to have recently undergone… Read more »

Historic Edgewater Buildings

Posted by & filed under Market Watch, Scene on the Street, Single Family, Urbanism.

The Edgewater neighborhood is roughly bound by 17th Street to the south, 37th Street to the north, the Florida East Coast Railway and East First Avenue to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east. Edgewater is primarily a residential neighborhood, with many historic early 20th century homes. There are several relatively new high-rise developments… Read more »