Help & Feedback

Refine your search

x Close
Rent: $ - $
Property Type:
Square Feet:
Pet Policy:

For service animals, choose "No Preference" and contact the property.

Unit Features:
Building Features:
Senior Living/Income Restricted:
Property Name:
Properties with No Vacancy:
Min Price
Max Price
More Filters
Price Reset All
Reset All Unit Details
Property Type
Property Name

Aw shucks, we don't have anything in Miami, FL.

Please try expanding your search to nearby areas.

We couldn't find any properties that matched your criteria.

Try removing some of your search filters:

20 Apartments

Skip results filters

Map All Filters Sort:
Miami FL Skyline

Overview of Little Haiti

The Little Haiti Miami neighborhood is just outside the downtown section of the city. Miami has become a melting pot for Latin American immigrants who have traveled to the United State from third world nations. Little Haiti is just one of the neighborhoods that these immigrants have set up. You could consider this a haven for someone who wants to bask in Caribbean culture, but this neighborhood is not always as nice as you may want it to be. Some parts have problems with high crime rates, so you’ll definitely want to scout out your section of the neighborhood before you sign a lease.

Little Haiti Apartment Info

When you are renting in Little Haiti Miami, you must choose the location in the district you want move to. You will pay at least $1000 a month for an apartment, but the prices will climb if you are living on the edge of the community. The center of the area has lower rent prices because the area is not as clean or safe. The outskirts of the neighborhood rest near downtown Miami, and prices will immediately rise because you are close to a nicer part of town. A major thoroughfare like Biscayne Boulevard runs right through the area, and apartments are more expensive along this road.

Little Haiti Dining & Entertainment

The Caribbean immigrants that came to America brought with them their own culture. If you want to immerse yourself in Caribbean food, music, dance and cultural traditions, you can venture into the center of the community every day. You will find a variety of restaurants and shops that are all owned by local immigrants. Some of these buildings have apartments above them, and you may want to rent above one of these local landmarks if you wish to truly live inside the Haitian culture.

Pet Friendly Little Haiti Resources

A majority of Little Haiti Miami apartments do allow cats or dogs. However, this is an urban enclave does not contain all the sidewalks and dog paths that you might expect in more affluent area of the city.

Commuting Around Little Haiti

When you are trying to commute within the city of Miami, you will have to use the surface streets and bus service. The major highways are a few blocks away, and you must take the bridge to get to Miami Beach. Congestion is low in this area because few people own cars, but you may run into congestion when you get closer to the downtown part of Miami.

Little Haiti Schools

Little Haiti is served by Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The schools in this area are affected by the lower socioeconomic standing of many of the residents, but there are a few religious schools that you may prefer to enroll your children in.

Market Trends

  • One Bedroom
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Four Bedrooms
View Guide To Miami

Apartments in Miami, Florida Neighborhoods from

Apartments 21-20 of 20

Local Info

This One Web page lovingly constructed by HTML elves wearing Satin Gloves of Speed Cobbling in ELVES seconds.
Forgot your password?
x Close

No big deal. Just enter your email and we'll send your password reset instructions.

  • Got it. It's on its way. Check your email for a password reset link.
Create account to claim Reward
  • Please create an account to claim your reward.
    Already have an account? Sign in
  • OR
  • sign in using:

Email addresses are not shared with third-parties. We will give you a heads up on apartment listings via email. Privacy Policy

Already have an account? Sign In
Sign In to claim Reward
Don't have an account? Create one
Why do you need my email?
× Close
x Close
  • Profile Saved.
Share Listing
x Close

Your Email edit

Thank you. Your message has been sent.

Find a property on that features our $100 Reward.

Tell the leasing office you found the property on

Report your lease to us online or by calling (866) 432-RENT (7368). We'll even remind you!

We'll confirm your lease and send you a $100 prepaid Visa® debit card!

Check Availability
x Close

Your Email Edit


Your message has been sent.
This property will be saved under "Contacted" on My

Contact Property

    By sending, you agree to's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

    Alert Me
    × Close

    Create a free account to be alerted when units become available at:

      • Your alert has been created.
        When units become available, we'll send you an email to .
      Already have an account? Sign In

      Thank you, your account has been created. Please submit a custom password below.

      Maybe Later
      Temporary password created
      x Close
      • A welcome email has been sent to you with a link to customize your password
      All Neighborhoods in Miami, FL
      x Close
      Sign In
      Don't have a account? Create one
      Get more with a free account
      A account allows you to save properties, organize searches, contact apartment managers, and claim your $100 Visa® Reward Card.

      By creating an account, you agree to's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

      Already have an account? Sign In
      Help & Feedback
      x Close
      What is the status of my
      $100 Reward Card?
      Check Status
      Talk to Us
      Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST
      (866) 432-RENT (7368)
      Email Us
      Trying to unsubscribe? Have Reward
      Card status or search questions?
      We're here to help.
      Send Email
      Give Us Feedback
      Got an idea to make better?
      Having a technical problem?
      Let us know.
      Give Feedback