Miami-Dade County at a Glance
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Why Live in Miami-Dade County?
Home to the city of Miami, 34 incorporated cities, and dozens of unincorporated communities, Miami-Dade County is a desirable and vibrant area in South Florida. Its economy is supported by several industries: agriculture in Redland and Homestead, business and finance in Downtown Miami, and retail and hospitality in Bal Harbour, Doral, Coral Gables, and other urban communities.
Spotlights of Miami-Dade County
Museums & Attractions
Watch fast-paced sports and energetic concerts at the American Airlines Arena in Downtown Miami, explore current exhibits at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), see vintage planes on display at Wings Over Miami Air Museum at the Miami Executive Airport, and uncover the history of the county at the Florida Pioneer Museum in Homestead.
Parks & Recreation
Miami-Dade County's landscapes are as diverse as its economy. In populated urban areas, residents can enjoy the outdoors at oceanfront parks, golf courses, and preserves on barrier islands. Further west from the coast, the Everglades National Park introduces residents and visitors to a completely different world.
Shopping & Dining
In Miami-Dade County, residents and visitors will find a myriad of upscale shopping centers, highly rated restaurants, and one-of-a-kind boutiques throughout Miami and surrounding areas. Top shopping and dining destinations include the Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, Dolphin Mall in Doral, and Bal Harbour Shops in Bal Harbour.
When you live in Miami-Dade County, numerous sightseeing experiences are just minutes away. Spend time exploring the Everglades, marveling at Art Deco architecture in Miami Beach, strolling through the historic grounds at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, and swimming in the iconic Venetian Pool in Coral Gables.
Miami-Dade County Beaches
Miami-Dade County boasts some of the most popular and unique beaches and oceanfront parks in the state of Florida. Take your sunscreen, beach towel, and sunglasses with you to Crandon Park, Matheson Hammock Park, Tom Sawyer Island, or Virginia Key!
Nightlife & Entertainment
Downtown Miami is a popular nightlife destination in South Florida. With numerous bars, clubs, breweries, cocktail lounges, and restaurants, Downtown Miami offers ample late-night spots for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Miami-Dade County Attractions
Miami-Dade County Quick Facts
Population (2015): 2,693,117
Population Growth Since 2000: +7.8%
County Size: 1,897.72 sq.mi.
County Seat: Miami
Mean Home Price (2015): $203,300
Travel & Commute
Mean Commute Time (2015): 29.9 min.
Public Transit: Metrobus, Metrorail, Metromover
Airport: Miami International Airport
Major Highways: I-95, US-1, Ronald Reagan Turnpike (toll)
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