3 Up-And-Coming Neighborhoods on the Water in Miami

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Neighbors with the increasingly-popular Wynwood, Edgewater offers access to plenty of culture and waterfront. This is one neighborhood where you don’t have to compromise much. With the growing popularity of Miami as a tourist destination, and Wynwood riding the strong tailwinds of that, we are bullish about this area holding and growing its value.

Key Biscayne

Peace, calm and outdoor activities abound if you’re willing to make the leap to Key Biscayne. With COVID-19 having made many jobs remote, Key Biscayne is the perfect place for families, outdoorsy singles or even couples to plant new roots. While nightlife here is quieter than other parts of Miami, the daytime more-than-makes up for it. One week of Key Biscayne beaches and biking and you’ll be sold. We expect Key Biscayne to continue increasing in popularity, especially among populations that might not have considered living there before the pandemic.


Pinecrest feels, in ways, like a retro throwback to a simpler Florida. It's replete with charming biking, jogging and ocean-side options. If you’re looking for a smaller-feeling community, away from the nightlife and bustle of the rest of the city this is right for you. Great for families and young people looking to live a bit more quietly, albeit still by the water, be sure to check out Pinecrest.