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475 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$6,000
By Andreina Faleni, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2 Bath
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2369 Overbrook St
Northeast Coconut Grove, Miami
$9,000
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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485 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$4,500
By Pablo Salazar, 1 day ago
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500 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$3,100
By Monique Pennen-Wills PA, 1 day ago
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1010 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$9,500
By Angel Bracho, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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3 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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1 Bath
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485 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$6,000
By Mathieu Rochette, 1 day ago
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1 Bath
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901 Brickell Key Blvd
Brickell Key, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$15,000
By Valeria Kelly, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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4.5 Bath
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1100 Biscayne Blvd
Park West, Downtown Miami, Miami
$6,500
By Susan Trevisa, 1 day ago
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2.5 Bath
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3143 Day Ave
Northeast Coconut Grove, Miami
$9,300
By Lucy Mangrum, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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495 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$5,100
By Floralba Nunez, 1 day ago
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2127 Brickell Ave
Millionaire's Row, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$15,000
By Stephan Burke, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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4183 Pamona Ave
Southwest Coconut Grove, Miami
$9,800
By Laura Buccellati, 2 days ago
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2.5 Bath
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1010 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$6,300
By Raul Campos, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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3 Bath
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400 Nw 1st Ave
Downtown Miami, Downtown Miami, Miami
$6,030
By Tyler Biddle Barrows, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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495 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$5,200
By Daniel Prada, 1 day ago
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3121 Mcdonald St
Northeast Coconut Grove, Miami
$9,850
By Carlota Fonseca, 1 day ago
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475 Brickell Ave
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$5,300
By Sera Men, 2 days ago
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400 Nw 1st Avenue
Downtown Miami, Downtown Miami, Miami
$5,680
By Tyler Biddle Barrows, 1 day ago
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55 Se 6th St
Miami Financial District, Brickell, Downtown Miami, Miami
$3,300
By Luis Herrera, 1 day ago
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Miami

The "Magic City", "The Gateway to the Americas", and the "Capital of Latin America." The tropical paradise, also known as Miami, is a city of many names. It's also a city known to many as the ultimate vacation destination. But it's also a great city to live in. With a population of only about 430,000, Miami is not among the biggest cities in the country, but it is one of the most important. Miami is a leader in finance, commerce, entertainment, media and international trade. In addition to…

Apartments for Rent in Miami, FL

Miami

The “Magic City”, “The Gateway to the Americas”, and the “Capital of Latin America.” The tropical paradise, also known as Miami, is a city of many names. It’s also a city known to many as the ultimate vacation destination. But it’s also a great city to live in. With a population of only about 430,000, Miami is not among the biggest cities in the country, but it is one of the most important. Miami is a leader in finance, commerce, entertainment, media and international trade. In addition to working hard, people in Miami like to party hard and frequent many popular bars. If you are looking for some fun in the sun, a great nightlife, and live in one of the most important cities in the USA, you should definitely consider Miami.
Atmosphere

The atmosphere in Miami can vary depending where you are. Some areas are full of business people, bars, restaurants, and high rise buildings as far as the eyes can see. Other areas differ and are instead full of parks, schools, and families. The downtown area is likely to be busy, while many of the neighborhoods to the west will have a more relaxing vibe. Miami has a lot to offer, which makes it both a great city for visitors but also for for those who choose to live here.

As you could imagine with its proximity to the coast and its fantastic weather, Miami has a tropical atmosphere with palms trees and hot weather being the norm. Many people will come here as tourists and you will definitely see a lot of things around the city marketed towards these tourists as well.

Miami is among the most vibrant and energetic cities in the USA as well. Whether it is daytime or nighttime, weekday or weekend, you will always be able to find something cool or exciting going on. Miami is also a very diverse city both in terms of its population and its job market. Whatever you look like, wherever you came from and whatever you do, you are sure to be welcome in Miami.

History

While the Miami has area has been inhabited for thousands of years, it didn’t really begin to get developed until the late 19th century. The early 20th century saw an influx of people into Miami and the city prospered and began to grow. As the decades went on, Miami continued to become more developed and this development is continuing to this day.

Due to the fact that there are many different apartments and areas to rent around Miami, the cost of living and rent will vary a ton. If you love the beach and the constant action of the downtown areas, you are likely to pay over $2000 a month, while there are places in Liberty City and Brownsville that can be rented for under $700 a month. Overall, the median rent in Miami is just over $1000.

Things like safety, commute time, architecture, and proximity to nearby restaurants and bars all come into play when determining how much apartments will cost. You should be sure to do some research to figure out what is most important to you in an apartment or home. There are so many different options to rent in Miami that nothing is off limits. Whether you want to live in a modern high rise building with all the amenities or an older and more traditional home with some character, Miami will have something for you. With so many options at so many different price points in this city, there is a good chance that you will be able to find your perfect home here in Miami.

Getting Around

Getting around Miami is a breeze as there are many different options for people. By far the most popular method of getting around and commuting in Miami is driving. In fact, about 75% of Miami residents commute to work either by driving themselves or carpooling with others. Also, having a car is the most convenient way to travel throughout the city due to the size of Miami and its metropolitan area.

However, if you don’t own a car it is still very easy to get around in Miami. They have a very good public transportation system that includes a rapid transit system, a commuter rail, the Metromover, and many buses. These have various stops throughout the city and there is a good chance that no matter where you are, you are never too far away from a stop.

Universities Nearby
  • University of Miami
  • Florida International University
  • Miami Dade College
  • Nova Southeastern University
  • Atlantis University
  • Miami International University of Art & Design

Check it Out
  • Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a 50 acre estate that used to belong to businessman James Deering. It now operates as a museum and garden area open to the public. It is simply beautiful and everyone in Miami should just visit it at least once.
  • If you prefer a more traditional type of museum, you definitely need to pay a visit to the Perez Art Museum. This museum is home to nearly 2,000 pieces and the focus of the museum is 20th century and contemporary art.
  • If you, your family, or your friends, love the outdoors and animals, you need to check out Jungle Island. This is an interactive zoological park that features animals from all around the world. This was also one of the first tourist attractions in Miami.
  • An underrated destination in Miami is the Wynwood Walls. This is a unique place which features large and massively colorful street murals made from different artists from around the world. You simply can’t find something like this anywhere else.
  • Miami has a reputation for being a great place for nightlife and it lives up to the hype. There are many popular bars and restaurants located throughout Miami and there is something for everyone’s tastes.
  • With miles and miles of beaches and waterfront views, it is never a bad idea to head out to the eastern point of Miami and catch some rays at the beach.
  • Other things you need to check out include the Art Deco District, Little Havana, Key Biscayne, Ernest Hemingway’s House, and Everglades National Park.

For those interested, Miami currently has 1,174 residential listings advertised on the market for rent. From data that we've compiled, listings range from $2,600 in the lower quartile to $5,250 in the upper quartile. Generally speaking, the median rental price is $3,650 or $40 / ft². For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 42 studio, 382 one-bedroom, 492 two-bedroom, 176 three-bedroom, and 82 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 $2,035 $35
1 BR $2,800 $40
2 BR $3,900 $38
3 BR $6,225 $47
4+ BR $18,900 $53

We make sure to refresh our rental listings every hour in order to provide you with the newest and most up-to-date inventory available on the market.

Miami is located within Miami-Dade County, Florida. This area currently has 2,664,418 residents in 853,624 households. Out of the total population, 52.52% of the residents speak another language at home instead of English. The majority of the inhabitants in this county are currently unmarried and have a median age of 39.3.

When looking at residents older than 25, 28.36% have graduated from high school, 17.41% have a bachelor's degree, and 9.87% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 56.7% and the median income in this county is $44,224.

At least 47.38% of those living in this county rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by car with an average commute time of 30.6 minutes.

Geographically, Miami-Dade County, Florida is a part of the Miami, FL Urban Area. This county is currently home to 5,859,349 residents, or 2,045,951 households with a median income of $50,097. the Miami, FL Urban Area residents have a median age of 40.6 and 39.91% are currently renting their homes in the area.

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