Officially designated a town at the turn of the century, Miami Lakes shares a lot in common with the city it was once a part of, Miami, including its appeal to local residents. Miami Lakes' tree-lined streets and beautiful homes for rent are a wonder to take in, as many renters there already know. Originally designed to be an out-of-the-way development from the hustle and bustle of downtown Miami, the community is now home to thousands of residents who enjoy being a short drive away from the city, but also take pleasure in the serenity small-town life offers.
Having a shade under 30,000 residents makes Miami Lakes one of the smallest towns in Miami-Dade County, but that's what has attracted some residents to rent there. While the beaches, shops and nightlife are only a stone's throw from Miami Lakes, renters there take pleasure in living away from it all, in a sense, and living quiet lives where they can establish connections with community members through the town's various programs and events. Neighbors can take in 18 holes at Shula's Hotel and Golf Club, owned by former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula, or take it easy with a picnic on one of the town's numerous greens.
A great passion of Miami Lakes citizens is maintaining the town's beauty and cleanliness by encouraging environmentally friendly lifestyles. Renters do their part to make Miami Lakes a clean, inspired place for residents of all ages to live.
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