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Information About the Area from our Experts

Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Nearly one out of every five Miami residents use public transportation, giving it the highest public transit ridership in the state of Florida. The services provided are bus routes, people movers, commuter rail transit, heavy-rail transit, Amtrak trains, and Greyhound buses. The construction of two light rail systems is currently being planned as well. It should be noted that bicycling and walking are also popular forms of transportation too -- Bicycling Magazine ranked the city in the top 50 most bike-friendly U.S. cities, and Walk Score ranked it in the top ten most walkable U.S. cities.

Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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If you’re thinking about renting in Miami, finding an apartment shouldn’t be too difficult. Miami is a very renter friendly city. In 2010, the number of rented properties in Miami doubled the national average, and nearly doubled the number of owned properties in the city. Also a factor is the average cost of renting an apartment, which is only $882. Comparatively, this is much less than the state average of $972 and the national average of $950. Looking for an apartment here is a great idea, and with the help of a real estate agent you can easily find something that will fit your needs.

Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Miami has a large student population, as it is home to 200,000 students enrolled in the city’s colleges and universities. This makes it seventh in the nation in per capita student enrollment. The four largest schools are Miami Dade College, Florida International University, the University of Miami, and Barry University, which combined graduate around 28,000 students a year. Because of Miami’s collegiate population, residents are well-educated -- two out of every three hold a high school diploma, and one out of every five have a bachelor’s degree.



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Miami is on par with cities like Las Vegas and New York City when it comes to U.S. cities with the best nightlife. The largest part of this is arguably the city’s South Beach area, which has some of the best nightclubs, lounges, and fine dining in the city. Outside of South Beach, however, are even more opportunities for a fun night on the town. Watch one of Miami’s NBA, MLB, or NFL teams if you’re a sports fan. Or, for culture, check out the Florida Grand Opera at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, which is the second largest performing arts center in the U.S. Many other music venues host live music in Miami as well. The city also has a number of museums, parks, restaurants and bars.


We Have 2,350 Miami, FL Apartment Listings

Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,500 101 E Flagler, Miami, FL April 17th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,500 133 Ne 2Nd Avenue, Miami, FL April 15th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,700 14 Ne 1St Avenue, Miami, FL April 17th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,900 50 Biscayne Bl, Miami, FL April 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,400 3/Biscayne Blv, Miami, FL April 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $5,750 200 Biscayne Bl, Miami, FL April 17th
0 Bed $2,000 253 Ne 2Nd Street, Miami, FL April 17th
1 Bed $1,800 244 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL April 18th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,000 244 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL March 21st
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,150 234 Ne 3Rd Street, Miami, FL April 17th
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Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Three $1,550 - $2,750
Three $2,100
Studio $2,200
Two $2,350
One $3,000
One $3,400
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Nearby Cities & Towns

Name Dist. Available Apartments
Fisher Island 3.2mi 1,942
Miami Beach 5.0mi 2,055
Coconut Grove 6.2mi 1,948
Coral Gables 7.0mi 1,886
Surfside 8.3mi 2,463
North Miami 8.8mi 2,861
Hialeah 8.9mi 2,773
Opa Locka 9.7mi 3,017
Doral 10.5mi 2,486
North Miami Beach 10.8mi 3,102
Miami Lakes 12.7mi 2,957
Aventura 12.8mi 3,203

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