City Roundup Miami

07.09.2013 | 2 Minute Read | By Rent Editorial Team

Miami is known for its vibrant, eclectic culture, high-end way of life, sprawling beaches and hot, hot heat. The best Miami neighborhoods are as diverse as the people who reside in this Sunshine State metropolis. If you’re looking for Miami apartments to complement the single life, there are plenty of Miami neighborhoods with cultural flair, beautiful parks and endless nightlife within reach.

Ocean View Heights

If you’re living in your own in Miami, you may want to put security at the top of your must-have list. Ocean View Heights is one of the safest neighborhoods in the city and also ranks highly compared with other major metropolitan neighborhoods. This area is filled with high-rise buildings and apartment complexes to add to the safety value. Located on the south end of town, Ocean View Heights grants you close access to Peacock and David T. Kennedy parks, which are right along the ocean.

Coconut Grove

Considered the oldest continuously inhabited modern community in Miami, Coconut Grove offers a laid-back lifestyle for city dwellers. As the original art district, Coconut Grove boasts a bohemian and artistic vibe with plenty of festivals and activities for singles to enjoy. If you want to live in a neighborhood where you’ll never be bored, this is the place to be! There is access to nearby beaches, bike paths, shops, cafes, bookstores, a fresh market and art galleries. In addition, Coconut Grove is another one of Miami’s safest neighborhoods, so singles can feel at ease living alone in this area. Unfortunately, you will have to shell out a bit more money to live in this part of town, but for many, it’s worth it.

Coral Gables

Home to the University of Miami, Coral Gables is teeming with attractions and establishments geared toward singles in the city. You’ll find quiet palm-tree lined streets, upscale shopping, public parks and a free trolley that runs through town–what more can you ask for? This Miami neighborhood also hosts many festivals and art events. Known as “The Gables” by locales, this planned section of town is a great place for nightlife and is a little more laid back than what you’ll find in South Beach.


Consisting of hip bars, trendy restaurants and internationally diverse residents, the Brickell neighborhood is close to shopping outlets, entertainment and much more. Considered to Miami’s Wall Street, Brickell attracts young singles who work downtown and enjoy this area’s close proximity to international and financial business buildings, as well as the sprawling ocean views seen from luxury condos and apartment high-rises. This action-packed neighborhood is also pedestrian-friendly.

South Beach

As the home for the rich, famous and trendy, South Beach is ideal Miami neighborhood for singles. Also called SoBe, this neighborhood spans all the barrier islands of Miami Beach, and features an abundance of nightlife, culture and dining options. This is the happening neighborhood for local singles and is just steps away from the ocean.


Wynwood is a great neighborhood for artsy types and craft beer lovers. Known as Miami’s art district, murals by local artists appear on almost every wall in Wynwood. Situated just north of downtown Miami, Wynwood is home to over 70 galleries and museums.

Wynwood is also home to the several breweries. The Wynwood Brewing Company is a great place to drink a local brew and take in the work of local artists. The Concrete Beach Brewery is a hot spot for local music, and has an awesome happy hour, beer and fitness events. Fans of Star Wars should check out J. Wakefield Brewing, with their interior inspired by the George Lucas classic. J. Wakefield Brewing also has CrossFit classes and rotating food trucks for those looking for a challenging workout followed by a nice, hot meal and an ice cold craft beer.

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