|Per capita income:||$29,670|
|Population density:||4,928 per square mile|
|Median household income:||$63,794|
|Total population:||29,361 people|
|Median age:||38 years old|
|Square miles:||5.95 square miles|
|Median rent, monthly change:||-1.92%|
Miami Lakes is an early example of the New Urbanism movement of urban design, which focuses on creating towns that are pedestrian-friendly, with green spaces, shopping and other services located within walking distance of homes. Wherever you live in Miami Lakes, you won't be far from its shopping centers, office buildings and playgrounds.
Renting in Miami Lakes gives you easy access to Miami, as well as to Palm Springs, Hialeah and Gladeview. Commuters make use of the Dolphin Expressway and the Palmetto Expressway. Residents that prefer not to drive choose between Miami's major transit systems: the Metrorail, the elevated Metromover, and trains run by the South Florida Regional Transport Authority (SFRTA).
Renting in Miami Lakes, FL
Apartments for rent in Miami Lakes are priced on the high side compared to other Miami suburbs. Residents pay a little more for the ease of access to Miami-area attractions. If you want to live in an area that's quiet, well-maintained and offers a real sense of community, it might be worth the extra cost.
Miami Lakes Attractions
Miami Millionaire's Row Boat Tour: Get a glimpse of the homes of the rich and famous along Miami's waterways.
Everglades National Park: The third-largest national park in the U.S., the Everglades, with its protected wetlands and endangered species, can keep you busy for days.
HistoryMiami: A large and private museum that is part of the Smithsonian Affiliations Program.