Miami neighborhoods - City of Miami Beach - Tourism Miami
If you are planning to relocate or travel to Miami, you are not alone. Miami-Dade County, also known as Metro-Dade County, has experienced a 20 percent growth in population over the last ten years, much of it from recent immigrants. The county now contains the second largest percentage of foreign-born residents in the United States. While the City of Miami boasts the largest population, many new residents choose to live outside the city, in surrounding municipalities and unincorporated areas of the County
Population: 360,000. 60% Hispanic. Miami is the largest city in Miami-Dade County and a city of extremes: spectacular wealth living side by side with dire powerty. It is both a bustling international financial mecca and a hotbed of Latin music and culture that is sweeping America. Originally a town of white Southern farmers and businessmen, Miami is less a "melting pot" than a sometimes uneasy co-existence of unique cultures and customs: white, African-American, Latino, Haitian, Jewish.
Miami is a multicultural city is quite diverse and the atmosphere changes from area to area. Miami has over a dozen very different neighborhoods. They are used by the city of Miami, usually for planning purposes. Each of the Neighboorhoods has a tourism office to help improve the neighboorhoods travel and tourism. There are many hotels in Miami in each of its neighborhoods. This is a list of neighboorhoods of the City of Miami in the U.S. state of Florida. For more information contact:
1700 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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