Miami is often called the "magic city," and anyone who has been there has probably felt at least a little bit of that spark. Located on the Miami river between the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades, the city has a population of approximately 390,000 people and it is marked by its diversity, vibrant atmosphere and subtropical climate. Home to a large Hispanic population, you can find people of Cuban, Columbian and Mexican descent, among other nationalities. This gives the city a distinct Latin flavor in many areas. Because of the location of this city, it is also known as the "gateway to Latin America."
In terms of south Florida apartments, it is hard to find somewhere as slick as Miami. The good news is that when it comes to large U.S. cities, rents in Miami are actually on the reasonable side. Each of the 13 neighborhoods here has something unique to offer, so it may take a little time to find just the right spot to settle in. Home to top-rated sports teams such as the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Heat, there are also over 100 parks in the city and numerous opportunities to experience arts and culture. Those who enjoy a warm climate and bustling city atmosphere will want to consider this city when looking for a rental in south Florida.