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Miami FL, 33167
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Miami FL, 33015
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Miami FL, 33165
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Miami FL, 33157
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Miami FL, 33136
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Overview of Miami
Miami is a marvelous melting pot of multicultural flavors. From the thumping beats of South Beach to the ritzy resorts of Key Biscayne, this city combines Latin, Caribbean, and all-American influences to fantastic effect. If you want to see how your style stands up in Magic City, just look for apartments for rent in Miami.
Living in Miami
Following the Great Freeze of 1895, Julia Tuttle convinced a railroad tycoon to expand the Florida East Coast Railway towards the surviving citrus trees of South Florida. For her efforts, she's known as the "mother of Miami." The city was incorporated the following year with only 300 residents. During the next century, Miami grew dramatically despite hurricanes, the Great Depression, and other hurdles. In just 110 years, the population boomed up to near 5.5 million people. That explosive growth is why Miami gets called the Magic City.
If you're new to town, get to know the city by touring some of its more memorable neighborhoods while on the hunt for a Miami apartment. Downtown Miami, set along Biscayne Bay, combines business with pleasure. Head there to find work or hit the city's major museums. The Design District is like New York's SoHo but much farther south (SoSoHo?). There, art galleries, chic eateries, and fashionable bars line the streets. If you want something spicier, try Little Havana for Cuban food and Latin-style nightlife.
Work & Study in Miami
Miami keeps busy leading the way in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. More cruise ships stop in Miami than anywhere else in the world. Major companies headquartered in Miami include Bacardi, Burger King, Telemundo, and U.S. Century Bank. Many corporations also operate their Latin American offices from here. Whether you plan to work or seek further education, it is best to consider looking at apartments in Miami near your most frequented destinations.
There are over 200,000 post-secondary students in Miami. If you're looking to become one of them, the biggest four schools in town are Miami Dade College, Florida International University, University of Miami, and Barry University.
Cost of Living in Miami
Miami living expenses come in on the high-end of normal for an American city. A two-bedroom Miami apartment, on average, rents for $2,253 a month. Vacant apartments for rent in Miami are becoming harder to find as well. While the vacancy rate just a few years ago was fairly high, it has decreased to a seven year low. Now, just below nine percent of places are available and that number is falling.
Miami Attractions & Entertainment
If you're headed to Miami, better pack your swimsuit. South Beach may be hot in more ways than one, but you can always jump in the Atlantic to cool down. If you want to satisfy some cultural curiosity, check out the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens or the Museum of Contemporary Art. Hit Little Havana for lunch and then head to the Miami Metrozoo or relax by the Venetian Pool. If you're feeling sporting, you can watch the Dolphins, the Heat, the Marlins, or the Panthers play football, basketball, baseball, or hockey respectively.
Miami Special Events
There's always something special in the air in Miami. While Magic City residents don't need any excuse to dress up, Miami Fashion Week adds an extra dose of dapper to life. The Calle Ocho Festival, celebrating Hispanic culture, is perhaps the world's largest street party. Check out the Sony Ericsson Open to see top ranked tennis pros compete. You can even speed down the street without getting out from under the sheets here if you participate in the Great Grove Bed Race. Then there's the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, Miami Sailing Week, and the Brazilian Film Festival to look forward to.
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