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Overview of Miami

Living in Miami means living among beaches, nightlife, diversity, excitement: but not all parts of Miami offer the same feel. Brickell offers Downtown workers an easy commute and trendy, upscale nightlife. Midtown is packed with art and independent shops. Coral Gables is great for families and professionals alike! No matter what you’re looking for, there are Miami apartments that will fit your needs and personality.

Renting Apartments in Miami

There is certainly no shortage of housing in Miami. Apartments for rent in Miami range from privately owned complexes to rentals managed by professional real estate companies. Within the city itself, over half of Miami homes consist of apartment complexes and high-rise apartments. Prices for apartments vary by neighborhood. Brickell and areas close to the heart of Downtown are the most expensive areas, while Little Havana and Overtown are a little further out and tend to be more affordable.

Miami Dining, Culture, and Entertainment

The melting pot that is Miami has a culture all of its own. Almost any type of cuisine, nightlife, or activity you can imagine happens here. The weather is warm year-round so many people love taking advantage of the crystal blue waters of SoBe or catching some sun on the beach. Head Downtown to get your museum and park fix, head to Coral Gables for some upscale shopping, and end the day with some the vibrant South Miami nightlife.

Commuting In Miami Florida

Miami loves its cars. In certain areas it’s possible to have a car-free lifestyle, but mostly people opt to drive and the highways are quite congested during rush hours.

That being said, there are quite a few options for public transit in the city of Miami and its surrounding areas. There is an extensive bus system connects most of Miami-Dade county, while the downtown neighborhoods are easily navigable by Metrorail and Metromover. Tri-Rail also runs north-south through Miami’s suburbs. The main problem with public transit at this time is that it doesn’t extend to all neighborhoods. There are many proposed additions to the Metrorail lines that will greatly improve the system, but those will take several years to complete.

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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

$2,653 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-4 Baths

Fort Lauderdale, FL (Beverly Heights)

(35)

$2,653 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-4 Baths

Plantation, FL 33324

$1,257 and up

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Plantation, FL (Jacaranda, Plantation)


$1,257 and up

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Plantation, FL 33317

$1,375 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Plantation, FL (Lakes of Newport, Plantation)


$1,375 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths
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Plantation, FL 33324

$1,150 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Plantation, FL (Plantation)

(26)

$1,150 and up

Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

$1,797 and up

Studio-3 Beds1-2 Baths

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Plantation, FL 33325

$1,667 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Plantation, FL (Lagomar)


$1,667 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33313

$1,200 and up

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths

Fort Lauderdale, FL


$1,200 and up

1-2 Beds1-2 Baths
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33323

$1,685 and up

1-3 Beds1-3 Baths

Fort Lauderdale, FL (Sunrise)

(2)

$1,685 and up

1-3 Beds1-3 Baths
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Sunrise, FL 33323

$1,495 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Sunrise, FL (Sawgrass Lakes)


$1,495 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Pembroke Park, FL 33023

$820 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Pembroke Park, FL (West Park)


$820 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths
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Hollywood, FL 33023

$867 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths

Hollywood, FL (West Park)


$867 and up

1-3 Beds1-2 Baths