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Top Reasons to Live in Miami Beach, FL

  • Miami Beach, Florida, is a popular destination site for tourists who enjoy beach vacations. It was first incorporated as a municipality in 1915 and quickly grew to become one of the most visited areas in the United States during the 20th century. Its Art Deco district, which has the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world, has been recognized as a national historic site since 1979. Miami Beach also hosts one of the largest art shows in the United States, Art Basel Miami Beach, every December.

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  • Housing Statistics Of 59,597 total available housing units in Miami Beach, approximately 46,000 are currently occupied. The median value of each home is approximately $334,400. 58% of people in Miami Beach rent their homes, which includes vacation rentals, long-term rentals and rent-to-own arrangements. The average rent is $982. Rent to own houses and other contract arrangements have a median rent of $887.
  • School Systems There are seven public school systems serviced by the Miami-Dade school district:
  • Transportation and Commutes Public transportation connects Miami Beach with the surrounding areas. Metrobuses are available and connect Miami Beach with Miami itself. People in the South Beach area often prefer to ride the South Beach Local bus, while other Miami Beach residents and visitors can ride the L or S lines. The buses also connect with Metrorail trains in Miami proper.
  • Neighborhood Guide Miami Beach is split into three areas: South Beach, Mid Beach and North Beach. There are several neighborhoods in each area, and each has a varied amount of attractions and offerings, as well as easy access to Miami.