Midtown Lofts is a residential condominium building which combines the necessities of city living with the benefits and convenience of living in the noted Coral Way community. The building itself was finished in 2006 and was designed by noted architectural firm Cohen, Friedman and Encinosa. Midtown Lofts is a 14-story building that houses 135 total residences. Residents at Midtown Lofts will enjoy a host of convenient features as well as an excellent location that is nestled in the vibrant, excellently located but less crowded neighborhood of Coral Way.
Standard residential units at Midtown Lofts range from studio style residences to residences with up to 2 bedrooms. The size of standard residential floor plans ranges from 653 square feet in studio style residences to 1,300 square feet in larger units. There are also select 2-story townhouse units available. The building is pet friendly, but prospective residents should inquire about any restrictions or fees associated with pets in the building.
Residents at Midtown Lofts can enjoy a host of community amenities that are designed to provide convenience, security, as well as a taste of luxury close to home. The community features at Midtown Lofts provide the perfect amount of luxury in a convenient and quality modern condominium tower, and are ideal for anyone who needs access to convenient public spaces such as pools and exclusive gyms.
Life at Midtown Lofts is about more than what’s inside the classically designed building. Midtown Lofts is located in Coral Way, a vibrant neighborhood that is nearby many of Miami’s greatest attractions while remaining far enough away from the bustle of the city to create a veritable oasis from the noise and crowd of city living. Residents at Midtown Lofts will be within walking distance to many excellent boutique shops, local cafes, fine dining, as well as grocery stores and other practical buildings.
Midtown Lofts is particularly ideal for residents who work in Brickell or other nearby areas which can become too crowded or bustling, especially during the rush hour commutes. The Coral Way neighborhood is no less vibrant than Brickell, but it is much less dense and not prone to overcrowding in the way that Brickell can be on occasion. And since the neighborhood is very walkable, residents at Midtown Lofts can do everything from see the sights to shop for groceries without having to worry about taking the car out every day.