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6801 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach
$7,000
By Alex Algarin, 1 day ago
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1 Bath
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624 Michigan Ave
Flamingo - Lummus, Miami Beach
$5,200
By Joanne Intrieri, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2 Bath
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6801 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach
$7,500
By Alex Algarin, 1 day ago
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15051 Royal Oaks Lane
Biscayne Landing, North Miami, Miami
$3,950
By Giancarlo Cuffia, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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3 Bath
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2,100 Sqft
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360 Menores Ave
Spanish Court, Granada, Miami
$10,000
By Maria Alfonzo, 1 day ago
6 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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2369 Overbrook St
Northeast Coconut Grove, Miami
$8,000
By Carmen Fernandez, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2 Bath
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1,878 Sqft
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1270 102nd St
Bay Harbor Islands, Miami Beach
$9,500
By Israel Schmidt, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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4 Bath
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16425 Collins Ave
Tatum's Ocean Beach Park, Miami Beach
$12,000
By Juan Pablo Chacon, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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10275 Collins Ave
Bal Harbor Ocean Front, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
$7,200
By Angelica Guerrero, 1 day ago
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2.5 Bath
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475 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$4,100
By Sera Men, 23 hours ago
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1 Bath
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8888 Collins Ave
Normandy Beach, Surfside, Miami Beach
$5,000
By Jeffrey Wilkinson PA, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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5757 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach
$7,995
By Alex Miranda, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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10275 Collins Ave
Bal Harbor Ocean Front, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
$5,500
By Vasyl Bilous, 23 hours ago
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1.5 Bath
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110 Washington Ave
South Pointe, Miami Beach
$3,000
By Colleen Holloway, 1 day ago
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$6,500
By Kelly Salinas, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2 Bath
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485 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$5,600
By Paula Romalde, 1 day ago
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9341 Collins Ave
Altos Del Mar, Surfside, Miami Beach
$10,000
By Esther Farache, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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10175 Collins Ave
Bal Harbor Ocean Front, Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
$11,600
By Paola Guzzo, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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2025 Brickell Ave
Millionaire's Row, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$4,500
By Monica Penagos PA, 1 day ago
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321 189th St
Golden Shores Ocean Boulevard Estates, Miami Beach
$4,500
By Ivana Salaues, 1 day ago
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Miami-Dade County

With over 2.6 million residents, Miami-Dade County is the most populous county in the state. While it is heavily urbanized throughout the eastern portion of the county, there are also many areas that are much quieter and offer simpler living. If you want to live in the busiest and most populous county in Florida, but still have the option to be by some undeveloped natural land if you so choose, Miami-Dade County might be the spot for you.

Miami-Dade County Apartments for Rent

Miami-Dade County

With over 2.6 million residents, Miami-Dade County is the most populous county in the state. While it is heavily urbanized throughout the eastern portion of the county, there are also many areas that are much quieter and offer simpler living. If you want to live in the busiest and most populous county in Florida, but still have the option to be by some undeveloped natural land if you so choose, Miami-Dade County might be the spot for you.
Atmosphere

The atmosphere of this county depends largely on where you decide to live. The northern part of this county is comprised mainly of heavily urbanized areas with dense populations such as Miami. This part of the county is the central business district for south Florida and features many high-rise buildings and modern architecture. Here you are likely to be renting in a modern apartment building or condo that may cost you a pretty penny.

However, if you prefer a more toned-down and simple lifestyle, you can opt to live in one of the smaller communities down to the south. These cities and towns are much more sparsely populated and gives each resident a bit more personal space. Unlike the north of this county, agriculture remains a very important industry in the southern part of this county. If you decide to live here, you will likely be living in older and more traditional buildings or homes.

As a result of the many different possibilities in this county, there is no doubt that you will be able to find something that fits what you are after. In addition to the northern and southern differences, there are also some differences from east to west within this county. On the east side, you will be greeted with waterfront views and a busier/more expensive lifestyle for the most part. However, if you opt to live out west, you will be further from the water and what many think of when they imagine “Florida”, but you will enjoy cheaper living, as well as a quieter and a more peaceful existence.

History

Native Americans settled on the land in this area well over 10,000 years ago and eventually Europeans made their first contacts in the 1500s, but the first permanent settlers didn’t arrive until the early 19th century. Over the years, the area throughout this county began to be developed by these settlers and people began moving and vacationing here. The development continued over the next few hundred years as well. There have also been massive amounts of immigration from Latin America that has helped this area to develop and become more populated. Despite the fact that it is the most populous county in the state, there is still a massive amount of land in Miami-Dade that is undeveloped and could be developed at a future date.

As there are various different locations and lifestyles you can find in this county, the cost of living and amount you pay in rent will vary. In general, the median rent for an apartment in Miami-Dade County is around $1000. However, if you are looking to live in Miami near the water or any other highly desirable place in this county, you are likely looking at paying at least double that. It is a good idea to first break down which area of the county you want to live in, and then look at the rental costs in that area to get a better understanding of the true costs you may experience.

Getting Around

The way you get around this county will largely be determined by where you live and where you are going. In the highly populated areas like Downtown Miami, public transportation will be the easiest way to get around whether you are just going to the mall or going to work.

However, if you live in a quieter and more sparsely populated area of Miami-Dade County, public transit will not be as plentiful, so it will be a good idea to own a car. About 75% of the individuals in this county drive to work every day and it is a much quicker way of getting around everywhere except Downtown Miami.

As you are in Florida, where it is largely quite warm and sunny, walking and biking around is often a good idea. While it may not be practical to walk or bike long distances, if you just have to go a few blocks to work or to pick up a few things at the store, these methods of transportation can be great.

Universities Nearby
  • Florida International University
  • University of Miami
  • Barry University
  • St. Thomas University

Check it Out
  • Everglades National Park gets over a million visitors every year and is one of the largest wildlife areas in the country. It is a great place to go to get away from the big city for a while.
  • The most popular and famous destination in this county is definitely Miami. There is an almost endless amount of things to do and see in Miami, so it is definitely worth a visit if you live in Dade County.
  • Biscayne Bay Park is a national park that preserves Biscayne Bay and its reefs. The park protects numerous different ecosystems and is a great place to see a wide variety of aquatic life and nature.
  • Zoo Miami is the only tropical zoo in the continental USA and is home to over 3,000 animals. You can see animals from all over the world and it is definitely among the best designed zoos in the entire country.

For those interested, Miami-Dade currently has 3,672 residential listings advertised on the market for rent. From data that we've compiled, listings range from $2,550 in the lower quartile to $5,800 in the upper quartile. Generally speaking, the median rental price is $3,600 or $39 / ft². For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 137 studio, 1,004 one-bedroom, 1,224 two-bedroom, 838 three-bedroom, and 469 four+ bedroom properties available for rent.
For your convenience, we've included a more detailed breakdown of rental pricing by median bedroom sizes here:
Bedrooms Rent Rent / ft²
Studio $2,100 $53
1 BR $2,889 $44
2 BR $3,964 $41
3 BR $4,300 $34
4+ BR $7,500 $30

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