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Apartments for Rent in Miami, Florida

Living in Miami

Moving to Miami? Welcome, or “Bienvenidos a Miami!” In addition to your Spanish skills, you’ll want to bring some good sunscreen and lightweight clothes to this sunny Florida city – the average annual temperature is 77 degrees! Moving to a big city that’s also a hot vacation destination is a bit of a trip, but you’ll never run out of things to do.

Because of the weather and proximity to the ocean, Miamians spend a lot of time outdoors. When the novelty of laying out on the beach has worn off (and surprisingly, it might!), you can snorkel in Biscayne Bay or take a jog through downtown’s beautiful Bayfront Park. Make the most of Miami’s weather by eating dinner outdoors – this place is known for its Caribbean and Latin American culinary influences.

The arts scene in Miami is as colorful as its culture. Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is the second-largest performing arts center in the country, which reflects the city’s dedication to entertainment. Whatever you’re into, you’ll find it in bustling, metropolitan Miami.

Renting Studios, Townhomes & Furnished Apartments in Miami

No matter where you want to live in Miami, you'll find it on ApartmentSearch.com. Whether you’re seeking ocean views in Bal Harbour or a vintage apartment nestled in Little Havana, we’re here to help. Bring a truckload of furniture or come with nothing but a backpack – seriously, we’ve got you covered! Simply select an apartment complex on ApartmentSearch.com, scroll down to "Need It Furnished," and see how affordable and fast it is to get your apartment furnished.

Miami housing is just as hot as a summer afternoon on Miami Beach. The average rent for an unfurnished apartment in Miami is $2,192 as of March 2017. Unfurnished one-bedroom apartments have an average rent of $1,836, while two-bedroom apartments rent for about $2,467. In general, you’ll find the priciest apartments in North Coconut Grove, downtown Miami, and Coral Way. The least expensive areas to live are Little Haiti, Overtown, and Liberty City (or “Model City”).

Find Your Apartment in Miami

You might be drawn to Miami for the sunshine and fun, but it’s much more than that. As a leader in commerce, the arts, media, finance, and trade, Miami offers a world of opportunities. Start browsing recently listed apartments in Miami, get furnished apartment pricing, and check out our Miami Moving Guide!