Known as one of Miami’s newest areas, Edgewater has become the new hip place for young professionals to live in. Offering easy access to Wynwood, the Design District, Miami Beach and Downtown Miami, Edgewater has experienced very rapid growth since the mid 2000’s with the construction of numerous luxury high-rise towers. Many of the luxury buildings in Edgewater offer some of the best views Miami has to offer with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach, Downtown Miami and beautiful sunsets to the West.
Edgewater has experienced a sort of gentrification as new boutique restaurants and shops have opened up along Biscayne Boulevard to serve all of the new residents which now call the area home. Margaret Pace park sits on the East side of Edgewater along Biscayne Bay and offers visitors an excellent option for pet walking, jogging, Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer and picnics with Bay views. Geographically, Edgewater has no legal boundaries but is known as the area between Julia Tuttle and McArthur Causeway’s with NE 2nd Avenue as a border to its West side. As of mid-2015 there is a push by a large local developer to build “Biscayne Line” which would be a long walkable promenade/park extending the entire Bayfront area of Edgewater and connecting the Julia Tuttle (195) causeway with the McArthur Causeway (395).