Once a modest tourist camp, Hialeah Gardens incorporated as a city in 1948. For the next two decades, the community retained a rural feel and specialized in raising horses. In the late 1960s, city planners escalated the growth rate and took advantage of two nearby arterial roadways: Okeechobee Road and the Palmetto Expressway. Easy access to the rest of the Miami metropolitan area allowed Hialeah Gardens to grow to its current population of 22,642.
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The local real estate market is exciting! Strongly affected by the economic downturn, home prices in Hialeah Gardens have taken a roller-coaster ride in recent years. The average price of a home went from a 2007 high of $281,000 to a low in 2011 of $120,000. Recovery is now on the fast track, though, with the median housing price surging 27 percent in the past year to $182,900. Experts classify Hialeah Gardens' market as 'Very Healthy.' The NW 87th Ave / W 28th Ave neighborhood is very popular these days. It's a densely settled area with mostly new housing, with many residences built after in the last fifteen years. The City Center area offers convenience and apartment living options -- 83 percent of dwellings in this part of town are either apartment complexes or high-rise apartments.
This is a great town for food! Don Camaron's Seafood Grill and Market has pleased Hialeah Gardens residents for years now with its fresh fish and monthly dessert specials. Similarly, the outstanding sandwiches at the easy-access Havana Grill make for perfect working lunches for staff at the nearby city hall and fire department branch.
Modest rents offer a great alternative to metropolitan Miami! The average Hialeah Gardens house currently rents for $1,680 per month, which is lower than the typical urban Miami rent of $1,776. Rent to own houses are still a bargain in Hialeah Gardens, as home prices have yet to return to their 2007 high. The Pennsuco neighborhood offers suburban residential living, with a mix of renters and home owners. The W Okeechobee Rd / NW 92nd Ave neighborhood has a cluster of charming row houses and attached homes.
Rent a park for your event! All four of the city's park facilities offer inexpensive rental arrangements for when you need to plan that perfect event. Whether you're looking for a banquet hall or a barbecue, a playground or a wading pool, you can have one all to yourself with just a bit of planning. For larger gatherings of up to 130 guests, Westland Gardens Park offers expansive indoor and outdoor spaces, while Joe Sherron Park and Golden Eagle Park are ideal for family birthday parties.
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