Miami Apartments for Rent
Miami, Florida is a major city in southeastern Florida. Miami and the surrounding metropolitan area are situated on northern Biscayne Bay between the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. Miami's explosive population growth in recent years has been driven by internal migration from other parts of the country as well as by immigration. Miami, Florida is regarded as a cultural melting pot, heavily influenced both by its large population of ethnic Latin Americans and Caribbean islanders. Miami is also a popular year-round subtropical tourist destination.
Miami, Florida Hotel
Miami, Florida hotels and resorts include the popular: Wyndham Miami Airport Hotel, Hotel Victor, Royal Palm Resort, Radisson Miami Downtown, Hampton Inn Hallandale Beach, The Palms South Beach, The National Hotel, Ocean Point Beach Resort and Spa, Miami Beach Resort and Spa, Marseilles Hotel, InterContinental Miami, Loews Miami Beach Hotel, Hyatt Regency Miami, Suites of Dorchester and the exclusive Dorchester Hotel.
Miami, Florida Weather
Miami, Florida has a humid subtropical climate, with warm, humid summers, and mild winters. The city does experience cold fronts from November through March, however most of the year is warm and humid, and the summers are reminiscent of a true tropical climate. In addition, the city sees most of its rain in the summer and is mainly dry in winter. The wet season, which is hot and humid, lasts from May to September, when it gives way to the dry season, which features mild temperatures with some invasions of colder air. The hurricane season largely coincides with the wet season. The Miami, Florida average yearly high temperature is 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The Miami, Florida average yearly low temperature is 59 degrees Fahrenheit.
Miami, Florida Real Estate and Apartment Rentals
Miami, Florida residential communities offer a wide selection of housing options. Currently, Miami single family homes range between $650,000 and roughly $5 million. Miami beachfront condos and townhomes are very popular, and are often cost upwards of $10,000,000. There are many new condominium projects underway as Miami, Florida's residential districts expand to new suburban subdivisions. If you're not looking to buy a home or condo, you can choose from countless apartments and duplexes available for rent in Miami. There are lots of rentals available year-round, so you won't have any trouble finding the perfect apartment to fit your budget.
Miami, Florida Neighborhoods
Popular Miami, Florida neighborhoods include: Coconut Grove, South Beach, Miami Beach, Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, Biscayne Bay, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles, Surfside, Homestead, Flamingo, the Design District, Little Haiti and Little Havana.
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