Renters in Florida would be hard-pressed to find a bigger melting pot of cultures in any city other than Miami Beach, right off the coast from Miami. With more than half of the city's population foreign-born, Miami Beach has attracted many residents with its vibrant atmosphere created by people from all over the world.
Art Deco-style architecture, which began in the 1920s, encapsulates Miami Beach's businesses, restaurants, hotels and homes for rent, and it's that unique style that has led renters to flock to the city ever since.
Miami Beach offers its residents a one-of-a-kind combination of excellent weather, friendly people and seemingly endless entertainment options.Renters can catch a performance by the New World Symphony Orchestra one night, then head to the hardwood to watch the Miami Heat play some hoops the next night. The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum, Art Basel Miami Beach and the Arts in Public Places program allow residents to take in some of the world's unparalleled works of art, and "Movies at the Park" provides renowned plays, musicals, operas and dance performances by local and regional residents.
Well-known eateries, such as Joe's Stone Crab and Table 8 South Beach, are known for their wild flavors and chic atmospheres, and international retailers and acclaimed designers are located on South Beach's famous boulevards.
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