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900 West Avenue
Fleetwood, West Avenue, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$5,133 3 Bed 3.5 Bath
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2,157 ft² · Elevator
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650 West Ave
Fleetwood, West Avenue, Miami Beach
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$2,100 1 Bed 1 Bath
By Manager
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700 ft² · Elevator · Laundry in Unit
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2555 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$2,100 1 Bed 2 Bath
By Vivian Sassi
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100 Collins Ave
City Center, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$2,000 1 Bed 1 Bath
By Luca D'Ottone
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3801 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$7,000 3 Bed 3 Bath
By Vanice Almeida
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5151 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$3,800 2 Bed 2 Bath
By Ralph De Martino
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6801 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$10,000 1 Bed 1 Bath
By Kayce Driscoll
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3315 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$25,000 2 Bed 2.5 Bath
By Lourdes Gutierrez
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6000 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$5,950 3 Bed 3 Bath
By Richard Corrales
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360 Collins Ave
South Pointe, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$3,200 2 Bed 2 Bath
By Sandra Osorio
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6301 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach
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$5,800 2 Bed 2 Bath
By Miriam Poggio
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6801 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$3,950 1 Bed 1 Bath
By John Sandberg
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5959 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$23,000 3 Bed 3.5 Bath
By Dora Puig
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2301 Collins Avenue
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$5,500 2 Bed 1 Bath
By Ralph M Harvey
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900 ft²
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6767 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$2,075 1 Bed 1.5 Bath
By Emilio Prieto
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3315 Collins Ave
Oceanfront, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$29,500 3 Bed 4.5 Bath
By Oren Alexander
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1623 Collins Ave
City Center, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$2,600 2 Bed 2 Bath
By Andres Mongeotti
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6767 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$2,100 1 Bed 1.5 Bath
By Frances Rodriguez
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6365 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$9,000 3 Bed 4.5 Bath
By Laura Kaplan
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6365 Collins Ave
North Shore, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County
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$3,500 1 Bed 2 Bath
By Gisela Grippo
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Miami Beach

If the beach is your thing, look no further than the apartments or homes in Miami Beach. This mix of manmade and natural islands just off the coast of Miami is a beautiful place to be. Whether you love it for the beaches or for the fact it is one of the commercial centers of South Florida, it has something for everyone. Being that the area is also a popular tourist destination, there is always something fun and exciting going on.

Miami Beach

If the beach is your thing, look no further than the apartments or homes in Miami Beach. This mix of manmade and natural islands just off the coast of Miami is a beautiful place to be. Whether you love it for the beaches or for the fact it is one of the commercial centers of South Florida, it has something for everyone. Being that the area is also a popular tourist destination, there is always something fun and exciting going on.

Atmosphere

Due to the location and the tropical climate of Miami Beach, it is perfect for those who love the beach and the sun. Popular bars are located throughout the area and there is always a lot of action going on with thousands of tourists here at any given time. Think of this as a more sedated version of Miami, still close to enough to the action, but far enough away to relax.

When you think about the laid-back and relaxing beach vibes of Florida, you’re probably thinking about Miami Beach. While there are some quiet parts of mainland Miami, it is also a sprawling center for business, finance, culture and entertainment, which means a lot of work goes on in addition to the fun.

Also, while the official population of Miami Beach is only around 90,000 people, it will feel like quite a bit more due to the visitors and tourists that flock here for the picturesque beaches and resorts. There are also many popular bars and clubs in Miami Beach, such as Wet Willie’s and the Mango Tropical Café, that are perfect for any party-goer. For those who aren’t into partying, there are plenty of cool restaurants and cultural destinations to be seen here too.

Your choices of rental options here will also vary. Due to the history in Miami Beach, there are plenty of older and more traditional homes or buildings you can choose to live in. However, due to a lot of development, there are also a ton of newer and modern options as well. While there may not be as many high rise apartment options here as there are in downtown Miami, they can still be found. With enough real estate options throughout Miami Beach, there is a good chance you will be able to find your perfect home.

History

The first structure to be built on Miami Beach was the Biscayne House of Refuge way back in 1876. In the late 1800s, investors saw potential in developing this area as a beach resort, and in the early 20th century, that plan started to take effect. Miami Beach became a city in 1917 and wealthy tourists begun to come vacation here. Over the years, development continued and now Miami Beach is one of the premier vacation and resort destinations in the USA.

The cost of living in Miami Beach largely depends on where you decide to live. While things like gas and groceries will be fairly normal throughout, rents will differ quite a bit. This is largely based on proximity to nearby restaurants and clubs, safety of the neighborhood, the commute and of course, the style and age of the apartment or home you rent. In general, the average rent in Miami Beach is quite more expensive than almost anywhere else in Miami.

Getting Around

While driving a car is incredibly popular in Miami, Miami Beach is largely a different story. While still over 50% of those in Miami Beach drive to work, the dense and urban nature of Miami Beach still makes it difficult. The streets are very pedestrian-friendly and often full of people, which doesn’t bode well for drivers.

As a result, public transportation is a vital part of life in Miami Beach. There are many routes that connect Miami to Miami Beach and allows for easy commutes between the two. Even if you just want to get from one area of Miami Beach to another, the public transit lines will be more than sufficient.

However, both walking and biking around Miami Beach are also great options due to the gorgeous weather and the pedestrian-friendly nature of the city. Also, biking in particular has become more popular in recent years due to a public bicycle sharing system that was launched in 2011.

Universities Nearby
  • Atlantis University
  • Talmudic University
  • University of Miami
  • Atlantis University

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  • One of the most popular and famous parts of Miami Beach is South Beach. South Beach features some of the best beaches in the country and is easily one of the top tourist destinations in the entire country.
  • Fisher Island is home to some of the most beautiful properties in the country and because only a little more than 100 people live there, it has the highest per capital income of anywhere in the entire USA.
  • Lincoln Road is a popular destination in Miami Beach and is home to many cool shops, galleries, and restaurants. The Lincoln Road Mall is also located here and is one of the premier shopping destinations in all of Miami Beach. If you are a big fan of golfing, there are a couple beautiful golf courses located throughout the middle and north end of Miami Beach that offer some spectacular views.
  • The Art Deco is an area in Miami Beach known for its historic buildings. Taking a stroll through this neighborhood can feel like you just stepped in a time machine and went back a couple of decades, the architecture and vibes in this district are really something special.
  • As mentioned earlier in the guide, Miami Beach is home to some great restaurants, fun clubs and popular restaurants. These are great places to check out during the day or at night.

Median Rents for Miami Beach
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1 Bedroom Apartments $2,725
2 Bedroom Apartments $3,250
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