Miami Gardens

City Profile

The City of Miami Gardens was incorporated on May 13, 2003, as the 33rd city in Miami-Dade County. At a population of 105,457, it is the third largest city in Miami-Dade County (after Miami and Hialeah). The City is located in North-Central region of the county, mid-way between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, and is easily accessed by I-95, the Palmetto Expressway (SR 826) and the Florida Turnpike. The city comprises approximately 20 square miles.  

Miami Gardens is home to Dolphin Stadium (used by the Miami Dolphins and the Florida Marlins) and Calder Race Track. It has vibrant commercial corridors along the Palmetto Expressway (serving as the central shopping district for the furniture trade) and along U.S. 441 (serving the automobile trade). The city has rail access through the Florida East Coast Railway and the South Florida Tri-Rail System.

Community Profile

Miami Gardens is a solid, working and middle class community of unique diversity. It is the largest predominantly African-American municipality in the State of Florida and boasts many Caribbean residents.

Population: 105,414 (2004 estimate)
African-American: 79%
Hispanic: 16%
Anglo: 4%
Note: Multiple categories preclude 100% total.
Households: 29,262

Boundaries:

Countyline Road to the North;
151st Street to the South;
North Miami avenue/NE 2nd Avenue to the East;
NW 47th Avenue & NW 57th Avenue to the West

Miami listings last updated Feb 28, 2020 5:41:am.