Edgewater is a small coastal slice of mainland Miami, covering about 1.68 square miles.
As its name indicates, Edgewater is a small coastal slice of mainland Miami, covering about 1.68 square miles. It lies between Midtown and the Upper East Side to the north and downtown Miami to the south. North 17th Street, North 37th Street, and the Florida East Coast Railway form its inland borders. Its official eastern border lies a few miles out in the Intracoastal Waterway because the district also has jurisdiction over Pace Picnic Island, about 3/4 mile offshore.
Miami’s beaches and downtown hot spots are all within easy reach of Edgewater, making this a compelling place to live. Hyper-expensive condo developments line the waterfront (one boasts an $8.6 million penthouse) with more affordable accommodation inland. The high-rise condos have un - leashed a wave of gentrification, with all the contradictions that term implies, but more down-to-earth places can be found to while away an evening or an idle Sunday.
Neighborhood bodegas, cafes, and thrift stores contrast dramat - ically with the high-rises behind them, and Edgewater does feel like a place in transition. However, it does offer variety, a high standard of living, and excel - lent proximity to both beach and city center highlights.
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