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furnished rentals in Miami Florida starting at $115/day*


Our lease lengths range from 30 days to a full year. The longer the lease you take, the more cost savings you receive.

Fully Furnished

All of's apartment rentals come completely furnished. This includes all furniture, dishes, eatware, and linens.

Utilities Included

Each corporate apartment we offer comes equipped with all utilities included in rent. This includes internet, gas, water, TV, and electric.

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Miami City Overview

Miami is a large city in the southeastern United States and the largest in Florida. Home to a genuine cultural mix of all kinds of people from all kinds of places. It’s an amazing place to live, colorful, interesting and mostly friendly.

Miami is mostly known for its beaches and Art Nouveau areas but there’s a lot more to the city than that.

History of Miami

The Miami areas has been inhabited for centuries by the Tequestas and Mayaimi peoples, the latter of which gave their name to the region.

The Spanish settled the region in the 16th century and by the Cubans in 1743. Both set up missions and garrisons in Biscayne Bay before closing them a short time later.

It wasn’t until the arrival of the railroad in 1896 that the city itself became anything but once it arrived, aside from the Great Depression, the city grew steadily.

Two world wars, the rise of Fidel Castro, the growth of shipping and industrialization of farming have all contributed to the city’s success.

The modern city is large, diverse and rich in commerce and culture. The climate isn’t bad either!

Transport in Miami

Miami is a transport hub and transport links are plentiful.

Arrive in Miami by air and you’ll likely use Miami International Airport (KMIA) or Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). Both are linked to Miami by road and rail and offer shuttle services into the city.

Amtrak’s Silver Service runs rail services down the Eastern Seaboard stopping at New York, Washington D.C. and other major stops.

Local Tri-Rail trains run services to nearby cities including West Palm Beach, Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale.

Travel by bus and you’ll likely use Greyhound, MegaBus, RedCoach, ATC Buses Miami, Gray Line Miami or La Cubana services.

Local Metrobus lines cover commuter traffic while Metrorail offer light rail throughout the region.

Roads are mainly served by I-75, I-95, Florida’s Turnpike and U.S. Highway 1, along with local routes.

Major employers in Miami

Miami has a huge, diverse economy with many major brands having a base here.

Major employers include Baptist Health South Florida, University of Miami, American Airlines, Florida Power & Light Company, Carnival Cruise Lines, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Childrens Hospital, Royal Caribbean International/Celebrity Cruises, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, LATAM Airlines/Lan Cargo    , AAR Corp, N.C.L. Corporation, Federal Express, Eulen America, Ryder Integrated Logistics and Miami Herald Publishing Co. 

Areas and neighborhoods of Miami

There are lots of neighborhoods that make up Miami.

They include Allapattah, Arts & Entertainment District, Brickell, Buena Vista, Coconut Grove, Coral Way, Design District, Downtown, Edgewater, Flagami, Grapeland Heights, Health District, Liberty City, Little Haiti, Little Havana, Lummus Park, Midtown, Overtown, Park West, The Roads, Upper Eastside, Venetian Islands, Virginia Key, West Flagler and Wynwood.

Other areas of interest include Airport Area, Bay Harbor Islands, Cutler Bay/Palmetto Bay, Fisher Island, Homestead / Florida City, Kendall, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Shores, Miami Springs, Morningside, North Bay Village, North Miami, Opa-Locka, Perrine/Goulds/Richmond Heights, Pinecrest, South Miami Area, Sweetwater Area, Upper East Side and Westchester Area

Popular attractions in Miami

Miami likes to work, rest and play and to help with the latter, there are lots of things to see and do.

They include Haulover Beach, Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Bayside Marketplace, Design District, Jungle Island, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, Lincoln Road, Venetian Pool, Dolphin Mall, Espanola Way, Everglades National Park, Zoo Miami, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Bayfront Park, Crandon Park, Villa Vizcaya, Lummus Park Beach, Little Havana, Miami Beach Boardwalk, Wynwood Walls, Art Deco District and Ocean Drive.