According to Outside's online Magazine, Miami is one of the TOP-10 best cities to live in the U.S. in 2019. With a wide list of advantages offered by the sunshine city, Miami is a Tropical Paradise where everyone wants to live. Government improvements have made the city even more desirable and attractive than before.
The 10-mile Underline is one of the latest local projects from Miami's government. With an expective open date in June 2020, this project has the main purpose of linking communities with a safe and appealing linear park. With over 120 acres of open space, this project will transform the ground below the Metrorail. Transportation has been a big issue for the city, but it has been well managed with different initiatives such as the MetroMover, Metro Rail, Trolley system and soon the Underline.
With an overall population of 463,354, Miami has been forced to urbanize the suburbs and the city is not as it was 10-15 years ago. However, some things stay the same such as the residential Coconut Grove neighborhood, one of the most antique areas in Miami. The Grove is one of the number one places to look if searching for a single-family home, as is has a pleasing Spanish style architecture with lots of green zones and commerce.
Another reason why Miami is now considered as a prime city lo live in is its perfect location. A metropolitan city in the middle of a Tropical Paradise, makes it have the perfect setting near the wild Everglades, small Islands, and secrets corners that will definitely expand your horizons. With a one hour drive, you could visit the vegetative Everglades where you can deeply discover the flora and fauna of Florida. If you are not the driving type, take a one hour plane to Jungle Island where you could rent a Yacht and discover the Biscayne Bay waters.
There are plenty of activities to do in Miami. This lively city has all your needs covered. No doubt why the population rate has increased by 9,21% since 2010.