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946 Apartments for rent in Hialeah, FL

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18 Units Available
Westland 49 Apartments
1333 W 49th Pl
Hialeah, FL
Studio
$1,219
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,451
805 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,765
1003 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:17 AM
Just minutes from Westland Mall and Hialeah Park and Racing & Casino. One- and two-bedroom units with linen closets, tile flooring and glass shower enclosures.
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1 Unit Available
Las Brisas Gardens
201 W 65th St
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,614
900 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:04 AM
Lush tropical grounds with picnic and BBQ areas. Residents have access to on-site laundry facilities and an outdoor swimming pool. Units feature window treatments, linen closets and breakfast bars.
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Avalon Bonterra
3545 W 98th Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,530
837 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,825
1131 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,255
1395 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:02 PM
Prestigious community minutes from schools and shops. Designer-chic designs, gourmet kitchens and wood flooring. Resort-like pool. Eco-friendly design. Spa-inspired bathrooms. Tech upgrades including USB charging.
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Atlantico at Aquabella
11181 West 35th Way
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,560
804 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,865
1188 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,350
1352 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:33 AM
Additional Amenities: * Shower * Monitored alarm * Quartz Counter Tops * Well beats fitness * Coffee/Cyber lounge * Gated Community Atlantico at Aquabella is a BRAND NEW luxury apartment community offering a captivating atmosphere with a trendy
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Sunhouse Apartments
6975 W 16th Ave
Hialeah, FL
Studio
$961
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,295
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,522
1000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:04 AM
One of the few large rental complexes remaining in the heart of Hialeah, Florida.
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1 Unit Available
Amanda Palms
6425 West 24th Avenue
Hialeah, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
949 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:45 AM
Welcome home to Amanda Palms, centrally located in Hialeah, FL. This boutique community offers three bedroom apartments with one full bath and a half bathroom for guests.
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1 Unit Available
Todel Apartments
1475 West 46th Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,100
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:46 AM
Todel Apartment Rentals is a 242-unit community located in the heart of Hialeah, FL and is made up of 1 & 2 bedroom apartment homes.
1 Unit Available
8767 West 33rd Avenue
8767 West 33rd Avenue
Hialeah, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
2345 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
Beautiful and spacious two story home in Aragon with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 2 car garage. This great property features tile flooring in first floor and carpet in stairs and bedrooms.
1 Unit Available
5775 W 20 Ave Unit #102. Hialeah.
5775 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
996 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
2bed / 2bath primer piso. Westland Gardens. Hermoso apartamento, pintura fresca, sin alfombra, piscina comunitaria y cancha de tenis. Cerca del centro comercial y escuelas . GRAN PATIO PRIVADO PAVIMENTADO. 2bed / 2bath first floor. Westland Gardens.
1 Unit Available
666 W 81 ST W407. Hialeah
666 West 81st Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,200
600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
NICE 1 BEDROOM 1 BATHROOM APARTMENT IN HIALEAH, VERY QUIET RESIDENTIAL AREA, NEAR SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING, COMMUNITY POOL. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
1 Unit Available
666 West 81st Street Unit # 211 (45L) - 1
666 W 81st St
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,200
600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 666 West 81st Street Unit # 211 (45L) - 1 in Hialeah. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
606 West 81st Street - 1, Unit 222
606 West 81st Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,200
650 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
Beautiful and recently renovated one bedroom and one bathroom apartment. Nice location, close to main highways, schools, restaurants, department stores, shopping centers and more. Pet friendly community.
1 Unit Available
405 East 7th Street - 101
405 E 7th St
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,360
605 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
Corner one bedroom apartment. New construction, granite counter tops, tile floors. There is no elevator in the building. No satellite dishes allowed. Three story building of luxury apartments in Hialeah. Parking ration 1.5 per apartment.
1 Unit Available
465 E 28th St. - 18
465 East 28th Street , Hialeah, FL
Hialeah Acres
1 Bedroom
$1,075
500 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:20 AM
Third floor unit. Elevator available. A/C in living room and bedroom. One assigned parking space. Water and trash included. The only approved internet and cable provider in the building is Comcast. Maximum occupancy two adults one infant.
1 Unit Available
3385 W 86 Ter
3385 West 86th Terrace
Hialeah, FL
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2548 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Spectacular 4/3 Single Family in Hialeah - Property Id: 370450 VERY NICE SINGLE HOUSE LOCATED IN THIS GATED COMMUNITY IN HIALEAH GARDENS, NICE LAKE VIEW, THIS COMMUNITY HAS POOL, CLUB HOUSE AND PLAYGROUND, CLOSE TO THE HIGHWAYS LIKE I-75 AND
1 Unit Available
9724 W 34th Ct
9724 West 34th Court
Hialeah, FL
5 Bedrooms
$3,100
2433 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Spectacular 5/3/1 Single Family in Hialeah - Property Id: 370444 BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY, LOCATE IN A EXCELLENT CONDOMINIUM. IT HAVE 2 MASTER BEDROOM, ONE OF WHICH IS LOCATE IN THE FIRTS FLOOR, BOTH INCLUID WALKING CLOSET AND BADROOM.
1 Unit Available
3204 W 96th Pl
3204 West 96th Place
Hialeah, FL
5 Bedrooms
$3,200
2871 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Beautiful 5/3/1 Single Family in Hialeah - Property Id: 367952 SPECIAL 2 MASTER BEDROOM WITH FULL BATH LOCATED FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR.
1 Unit Available
1265 W 24th St 111
1265 West 24th Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
700 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Apartament - Property Id: 366768 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/1265-w-24th-st-hialeah-fl-unit-111/366768 Property Id 366768 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6090014)
1 Unit Available
3900 west 9 ave
3900 West 9th Avenue
Hialeah, FL
4 Bedrooms
$1,900
1500 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Available 11/01/20 Own - Property Id: 361377 Corner townhouse Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/3900-west-9-ave-hialeah-fl/361377 Property Id 361377 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6078486)
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1900 W 68th St
1900 West 68th Street
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:55 AM
Beautiful 2/2 condo near palmetto expressway. Close to major highway. in the heart of hialeah. washer-dryer inside the unit. tiles throughout. newly painted. New white cabinets. Granite counter tops in kitchen and bathroom. 1 year old A/C.
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3238 W 104th Ter
3238 West 104th Terrace
Hialeah, FL
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:55 AM
BUILT IN 2018, THE BEST DEAL IN GUARD GATED AQUABELLA!! 3 BEDROOMS, 2 ½ BATHS+DEN. 1 CAR GARAGE PLUS 2 CAR PAVED DRIVEWAY. UPGRADED TILES DOWNSTAIRS, BEAUTIFUL CARPETS UPSTAIRS. EXTRA SIDE WINDOWS FOR MORE NATURAL LIGHT.
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7787 W 29th Ln
7787 West 29th Lane
Hialeah, FL
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:55 AM
2/2 Fully remodeled Townhouse with stainless steel appliances, impact windows, insane closet in master bedroom, with large patio area and much more. Must see! Wont last! LISTING IS ON LOCKBOX
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525 W 69th St
525 West 69th Street
Hialeah, FL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:55 AM
Spectacular opportunity to rent this remodeled unit in the Bella Venezia complex.
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890 E 10th Ave
890 East 10th Avenue
Hialeah, FL
1 Bedroom
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Last updated September 24 at 01:10 AM
1 bedroom and 1 bathroom house with living room, dining room, kitchen, Florida room and patio. washer and dryer inside and C/A. the rent include water and electricity and 2 parking spaces. NO pets
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How much is rent in Hialeah?
In Hialeah, the median rent is $820 for a studio, $1,014 for a 1-bedroom, $1,286 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,770 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Hialeah, check out our monthly Hialeah Rent Report.
How much is rent in Hialeah?
In Hialeah, the median rent is $820 for a studio, $1,014 for a 1-bedroom, $1,286 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,770 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Hialeah, check out our monthly Hialeah Rent Report.
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Median Rent in Hialeah

Last updated Sep. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Hialeah is $1,014, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,286.
Studio
$820
1 Bed
$1,014
2 Beds
$1,286
3+ Beds
$1,770
City GuideHialeah
Six miles away from Miami Beach sits a sister city that’s a bit more “Old Florida” than Art Deco. Men in Speedos don’t reside here, unless they’re your eccentric neighbor, and celebrities are not walking the streets, unless their driver got lost.
Six miles away from Miami Beach sits a sister city that’s a bit more “Old Florida” than Art Deco. Men in Speedos don’t reside here, unless they’re your eccentric neighbor, and celebrities are not walking the streets, unless their driver got lost.

This sister city is Hialeah (pronounced Hi-a-lee-a), a Seminole Indian word meaning “pretty prairie.” But don’t let the name or well-known neighboring city fool you, this densely populated city, in the Miami-Dade county area, is Florida’s 5th largest, with 236,000 residents.

While there are some larger homes built in and around the Hialeah area, typical housing in this city consists of apartment & townhome living or one-story, single family (homes.)

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Where to live

With the average household age coming in at about 40 years old, Hialeah is a great living place for families or those who want to settle a bit. Additionally, while it isn’t the party town that its fun-loving sister Miami may be, living here is a cost-effective way to take in the Miami lifestyle without paying Miami prices.

There are 3 main areas outside of Hialeah’s city center that would-be residents should look into before moving to the area:

Palm Springs North: ($-$$$) The locals call it P.S.N, you can call it one of the most desireable neighborhoods in the Hialeah area. This tiny part of Hialeah offers low rents, quick access to the beach, (13 miles from Miami Beach), and multi-cultural eats. Homes in this area were generally built in the 1970’s and are single family, one-story dwellings. Tip: it may not hurt to brush up on your Spanish, as the area is filled with many Spanish-speaking families and is home to many Spanish owned, mom-and-pop stores & restaurants.

Miami Lakes: ($$-$$$) The cost of renting in the Miami Lakes area is pretty moderate considering many of the apartment complexes and homes are fairly new, “luxury” living places. The city inside of a city is the newest of Hialeah’s communities, therefore it has some of the largest homes in the area. Some of the neighborhood’s best features are: it’s family or singleton friendly vibe & it’s abundance of bars and restaurants. Miami Lakes sits on the western end of Hialeah and is a bit further from downtown Miami or the beach, but quick access to highways and expressways, such as U.S. 27, I-95 and the Palmetto Expressway, make living here the best of both worlds for commuters.

Hialeah Gardens: ($$-$$$) Located 2 miles from the Hialeah city center, Hialeah Gardens is close to golf courses, spas and parks. The majority of housing in this area is either one story, 2/3 bedroom homes or apartments. Hialeah Gardens is known for its great holiday festivals. This area is also close to I-75, making it easy to go to sporting events, in and around the Miami area, year-round. Nicknamed the “City of Progress,” although this doesn’t refer to one’s daily commute on I-95 or I-75, Hialeah offers the accessibility of Miami without the people of Miami. This city is more blue-collar men, than men in Speedos…and if you are looking for men in Speedos, then take a gander at our Miami page.

Where to live
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With the average household age coming in at about 40 years old, Hialeah is a great living place for families or those who want to settle a bit. Additionally, while it isn’t the party town that its fun-loving sister Miami may be, living here is a cost-effective way to take in the Miami lifestyle without paying Miami prices.

There are 3 main areas outside of Hialeah’s city center that would-be residents should look into before moving to the area:

Palm Springs North: ($-$$$) The locals call it P.S.N, you can call it one of the most desireable neighborhoods in the Hialeah area. This tiny part of Hialeah offers low rents, quick access to the beach, (13 miles from Miami Beach), and multi-cultural eats. Homes in this area were generally built in the 1970’s and are single family, one-story dwellings. Tip: it may not hurt to brush up on your Spanish, as the area is filled with many Spanish-speaking families and is home to many Spanish owned, mom-and-pop stores & restaurants.

Miami Lakes: ($$-$$$) The cost of renting in the Miami Lakes area is pretty moderate considering many of the apartment complexes and homes are fairly new, “luxury” living places. The city inside of a city is the newest of Hialeah’s communities, therefore it has some of the largest homes in the area. Some of the neighborhood’s best features are: it’s family or singleton friendly vibe & it’s abundance of bars and restaurants. Miami Lakes sits on the western end of Hialeah and is a bit further from downtown Miami or the beach, but quick access to highways and expressways, such as U.S. 27, I-95 and the Palmetto Expressway, make living here the best of both worlds for commuters.

Hialeah Gardens: ($$-$$$) Located 2 miles from the Hialeah city center, Hialeah Gardens is close to golf courses, spas and parks. The majority of housing in this area is either one story, 2/3 bedroom homes or apartments. Hialeah Gardens is known for its great holiday festivals. This area is also close to I-75, making it easy to go to sporting events, in and around the Miami area, year-round. Nicknamed the “City of Progress,” although this doesn’t refer to one’s daily commute on I-95 or I-75, Hialeah offers the accessibility of Miami without the people of Miami. This city is more blue-collar men, than men in Speedos…and if you are looking for men in Speedos, then take a gander at our Miami page.

Getting around

Although it is preferable to drive around town (although it’s only fair to warn you that this vicinity is infamous for its slow-driving population) there is also a train and bus route serving the area. Miami Metrorail has three stations (Okeechobee, Hialeah and Brickell) in the area that will take residents to and from work, the airport and throughout the surrounding areas for all their basic needs. The Okeechobee and Hialeah stations serve as park-and-ride commuter stations for downtown Miami, so having a reliable form of transportation to get to the station will be your best bet if you intend on commuting downtown for work or play.

Getting around
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Although it is preferable to drive around town (although it’s only fair to warn you that this vicinity is infamous for its slow-driving population) there is also a train and bus route serving the area. Miami Metrorail has three stations (Okeechobee, Hialeah and Brickell) in the area that will take residents to and from work, the airport and throughout the surrounding areas for all their basic needs. The Okeechobee and Hialeah stations serve as park-and-ride commuter stations for downtown Miami, so having a reliable form of transportation to get to the station will be your best bet if you intend on commuting downtown for work or play.

Weather

Like the rest of South Florida, weather in Hialeah is mostly HOT! Aside from the few, random winter nights, the climate here is typically a bit humid and warm year round. The good news: your tan will be spot on. The bad news: the summer months can be brutal, so be sure your new apartment has air conditioning. Depending on the size of your new apartment, your bill could increase $30-$80 in the summer (summer here lasts from May – September) but it’s worth every penny, as a/c will be your biggest ally.

Weather
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Like the rest of South Florida, weather in Hialeah is mostly HOT! Aside from the few, random winter nights, the climate here is typically a bit humid and warm year round. The good news: your tan will be spot on. The bad news: the summer months can be brutal, so be sure your new apartment has air conditioning. Depending on the size of your new apartment, your bill could increase $30-$80 in the summer (summer here lasts from May – September) but it’s worth every penny, as a/c will be your biggest ally.

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City GuideHialeah
Six miles away from Miami Beach sits a sister city that’s a bit more “Old Florida” than Art Deco. Men in Speedos don’t reside here, unless they’re your eccentric neighbor, and celebrities are not walking the streets, unless their driver got lost.
Six miles away from Miami Beach sits a sister city that’s a bit more “Old Florida” than Art Deco. Men in Speedos don’t reside here, unless they’re your eccentric neighbor, and celebrities are not walking the streets, unless their driver got lost.

This sister city is Hialeah (pronounced Hi-a-lee-a), a Seminole Indian word meaning “pretty prairie.” But don’t let the name or well-known neighboring city fool you, this densely populated city, in the Miami-Dade county area, is Florida’s 5th largest, with 236,000 residents.

While there are some larger homes built in and around the Hialeah area, typical housing in this city consists of apartment & townhome living or one-story, single family (homes.)

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Where to live

With the average household age coming in at about 40 years old, Hialeah is a great living place for families or those who want to settle a bit. Additionally, while it isn’t the party town that its fun-loving sister Miami may be, living here is a cost-effective way to take in the Miami lifestyle without paying Miami prices.

There are 3 main areas outside of Hialeah’s city center that would-be residents should look into before moving to the area:

Palm Springs North: ($-$$$) The locals call it P.S.N, you can call it one of the most desireable neighborhoods in the Hialeah area. This tiny part of Hialeah offers low rents, quick access to the beach, (13 miles from Miami Beach), and multi-cultural eats. Homes in this area were generally built in the 1970’s and are single family, one-story dwellings. Tip: it may not hurt to brush up on your Spanish, as the area is filled with many Spanish-speaking families and is home to many Spanish owned, mom-and-pop stores & restaurants.

Miami Lakes: ($$-$$$) The cost of renting in the Miami Lakes area is pretty moderate considering many of the apartment complexes and homes are fairly new, “luxury” living places. The city inside of a city is the newest of Hialeah’s communities, therefore it has some of the largest homes in the area. Some of the neighborhood’s best features are: it’s family or singleton friendly vibe & it’s abundance of bars and restaurants. Miami Lakes sits on the western end of Hialeah and is a bit further from downtown Miami or the beach, but quick access to highways and expressways, such as U.S. 27, I-95 and the Palmetto Expressway, make living here the best of both worlds for commuters.

Hialeah Gardens: ($$-$$$) Located 2 miles from the Hialeah city center, Hialeah Gardens is close to golf courses, spas and parks. The majority of housing in this area is either one story, 2/3 bedroom homes or apartments. Hialeah Gardens is known for its great holiday festivals. This area is also close to I-75, making it easy to go to sporting events, in and around the Miami area, year-round. Nicknamed the “City of Progress,” although this doesn’t refer to one’s daily commute on I-95 or I-75, Hialeah offers the accessibility of Miami without the people of Miami. This city is more blue-collar men, than men in Speedos…and if you are looking for men in Speedos, then take a gander at our Miami page.

Where to live
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With the average household age coming in at about 40 years old, Hialeah is a great living place for families or those who want to settle a bit. Additionally, while it isn’t the party town that its fun-loving sister Miami may be, living here is a cost-effective way to take in the Miami lifestyle without paying Miami prices.

There are 3 main areas outside of Hialeah’s city center that would-be residents should look into before moving to the area:

Palm Springs North: ($-$$$) The locals call it P.S.N, you can call it one of the most desireable neighborhoods in the Hialeah area. This tiny part of Hialeah offers low rents, quick access to the beach, (13 miles from Miami Beach), and multi-cultural eats. Homes in this area were generally built in the 1970’s and are single family, one-story dwellings. Tip: it may not hurt to brush up on your Spanish, as the area is filled with many Spanish-speaking families and is home to many Spanish owned, mom-and-pop stores & restaurants.

Miami Lakes: ($$-$$$) The cost of renting in the Miami Lakes area is pretty moderate considering many of the apartment complexes and homes are fairly new, “luxury” living places. The city inside of a city is the newest of Hialeah’s communities, therefore it has some of the largest homes in the area. Some of the neighborhood’s best features are: it’s family or singleton friendly vibe & it’s abundance of bars and restaurants. Miami Lakes sits on the western end of Hialeah and is a bit further from downtown Miami or the beach, but quick access to highways and expressways, such as U.S. 27, I-95 and the Palmetto Expressway, make living here the best of both worlds for commuters.

Hialeah Gardens: ($$-$$$) Located 2 miles from the Hialeah city center, Hialeah Gardens is close to golf courses, spas and parks. The majority of housing in this area is either one story, 2/3 bedroom homes or apartments. Hialeah Gardens is known for its great holiday festivals. This area is also close to I-75, making it easy to go to sporting events, in and around the Miami area, year-round. Nicknamed the “City of Progress,” although this doesn’t refer to one’s daily commute on I-95 or I-75, Hialeah offers the accessibility of Miami without the people of Miami. This city is more blue-collar men, than men in Speedos…and if you are looking for men in Speedos, then take a gander at our Miami page.

Getting around

Although it is preferable to drive around town (although it’s only fair to warn you that this vicinity is infamous for its slow-driving population) there is also a train and bus route serving the area. Miami Metrorail has three stations (Okeechobee, Hialeah and Brickell) in the area that will take residents to and from work, the airport and throughout the surrounding areas for all their basic needs. The Okeechobee and Hialeah stations serve as park-and-ride commuter stations for downtown Miami, so having a reliable form of transportation to get to the station will be your best bet if you intend on commuting downtown for work or play.

Getting around
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Although it is preferable to drive around town (although it’s only fair to warn you that this vicinity is infamous for its slow-driving population) there is also a train and bus route serving the area. Miami Metrorail has three stations (Okeechobee, Hialeah and Brickell) in the area that will take residents to and from work, the airport and throughout the surrounding areas for all their basic needs. The Okeechobee and Hialeah stations serve as park-and-ride commuter stations for downtown Miami, so having a reliable form of transportation to get to the station will be your best bet if you intend on commuting downtown for work or play.

Weather

Like the rest of South Florida, weather in Hialeah is mostly HOT! Aside from the few, random winter nights, the climate here is typically a bit humid and warm year round. The good news: your tan will be spot on. The bad news: the summer months can be brutal, so be sure your new apartment has air conditioning. Depending on the size of your new apartment, your bill could increase $30-$80 in the summer (summer here lasts from May – September) but it’s worth every penny, as a/c will be your biggest ally.

Weather
+

Like the rest of South Florida, weather in Hialeah is mostly HOT! Aside from the few, random winter nights, the climate here is typically a bit humid and warm year round. The good news: your tan will be spot on. The bad news: the summer months can be brutal, so be sure your new apartment has air conditioning. Depending on the size of your new apartment, your bill could increase $30-$80 in the summer (summer here lasts from May – September) but it’s worth every penny, as a/c will be your biggest ally.