About 10 miles from Miami lies the "City of Progress" -- also known as North Miami, where numerous people choose to rent their Florida homes, mainly due to the city's college-town, laid-back feel.
Since the city's population boom in the 1950s led to the city's adoption, North Miami has continued to grow, adding new renters annually who settle down there for the relaxing social atmosphere and sweet ocean breeze. However, these aren't the only inviting features of North Miami.
The city is bursting at the seams with culture, highlighted by the Museum of Contemporary Art, where residents can view internationally recognized works of art as well as films, concerts and other performances. After taking part in these recreational activities, many apartment residents grab dinner and drinks at a number of bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants which line the coast -- each with its own unique style and ambiance.
The largest urban park in Florida is also an attractive draw for residents in North Miami. Oleta River State Park offers apartment renters the chance to kayak the Biscayne Bay, hike through wooded trails and cycle the seemingly endless paths.
Adventurous renters often spend time at the Blue Moon Outdoor Center for fishing, canoeing and hiking, during which residents can get up close and personal with manatees and dolphins while traveling through mangrove trails.
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