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This Miami suburb provides a tight-knit community and various amenities.

  • Diverse
  • Convenient
  • Affordable
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Parks

The sixth largest city in Florida, Hialeah also has one of the largest Spanish-speaking communities in the country, with Telemundo headquarters located within city limits. Residents of Hialeah are bonded by a strong sense of community and annual festivals such as the Art on Palm Festival, Eggstravaganza, the Independence Day Celebration, and Santa’s Snowblast continue to strengthen that bond.

There’s a wide range of activities available to Hialeah residents. Golfers have their pick of Shula’s Golf Club, Country Club of Miami, and Miami Springs Golf & Country Club. Shoppers delight in the many retailers at Westland Mall. Thrill seekers can place bets on horse races at Hialeah Park Racetrack. Animal lovers and outdoor enthusiasts rejoice at Amelia Earhart Park’s bike trails, pony rides, petting zoo, and insect museum. Sports fans enjoy convenience to nearby Hard Rock Stadium.

Hialeah is within a 30-minute drive of Downtown Miami, Miami Beach, and Oleta River State Park as well as Miami International and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airports. Getting around from Hialeah is easy with access to I-75, U.S. 27, Palmetto Expressway, I-95, and Florida’s Turnpike.

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Shady park in Hialeah

Quaint shops in a shaded plaza

Discover great finds at the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market

Amelia Earhart Park covers 515 acres

Rent Trends

As of September 2018, the average apartment rent in Hialeah, FL is $943 for a studio, $1,102 for one bedroom, $1,405 for two bedrooms, and $1,574 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Hialeah has increased by 2.4% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 415 $943
1 BR 662 $1,102
2 BR 931 $1,405
3 BR 1,227 $1,574


71 Walk Score® Very Walkable
41 Transit Score® Some Transit
56 Bike Score® Bikeable

Living in Hialeah

  • Restaurants

    Hialeah doesn't feature a centralized district of bars and restaurants, but the city provides convenient options for eating and socializing all over town. Cuban restaurants dominate the culinary scene, which includes other diverse international fare such as Argentinean, Peruvian and Chinese.

    Diners head to Chico's Restaurant on West 12th Avenue no matter the time of day or night for Cuban comfort food served fast and at low prices. Menu favorites include garbanzos fritos, which are fried chicken peas served with rice and plantains, and salpicon de ternera, consisting of home-cooked meatloaf also accompanied by the same two sides. Seafood lovers have a broad selection of fish and shellfish from which to choose.

    Featuring premium wood-fired meats and a wine list that spans several pages, Graziano's on West 16th Avenue ranks as the Miami area's top Argentinean steak house. Locals love the Argentinean skirt steak accompanied by Spanish potatoes. Oenophiles descend on Graziano's for the premium wine selection, and top picks include the Trumpeter Pinot Noir and the Las Perdices Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon. When diners leave room for dessert, the creme brulee hits the spot.

    Pacifico Chinese Restaurant doesn't appear luxurious from the outside, but the food receives high marks from diners all over the Miami metro area. The beef with bean sprouts and shrimp with broccoli rank especially high on regulars' lists of favorite menu items. Pacifico keeps diners' wallets as full as their stomachs, as most of the restaurant's entrées cost under $10.

    Hialeah lacks an expansive nightlife scene, but it provides a few local spots. The best selection of nightclubs, bars and live music venues sits on South Beach and in Miami's Brickell District, both only a short drive down the highway from Hialeah. For a real upscale pub on Brickell, try the Irish owned and operated Fado Irish Pub. From awesome food and drink to lively banter, this place epitomizes Ireland’s pub culture.

  • History

    Aviator Glenn Curtiss and cattleman James Bright developed Hialeah in the early 1920s, and it quickly flourished as a favorite residential and entertainment district in South Florida. The 1926 Miami Hurricane erased much of the work accomplished by Hialeah's early developers, but the city was slowly rebuilt, and following the Cuban Revolution in 1959, it became a popular enclave for refugees. The city features numerous museums celebrating its Cuban heritage, such as the Cundo Bermudez Museum and Gallery and the Museo Historico Cubano. Hialeah has a strong arts scene that includes the annual Art on Palm street festival each February.

  • Transportation

    Many of Hialeah's residential streets are wide, flat and pedestrian-friendly, though they do not contain bike lanes. However, the city is large and its main thoroughfares busy, so most residents use their cars to get around.

    Hialeah offers plenty of options for those who wish not to drive. Numerous taxi companies operate in the area, and Uber maintains a presence. You cannot hail a cab in Hialeah, but most companies provide fast pick-up.

    Public transportation options include the Miami Metrobus and Metrorail as well as the Florida Tri-Rail, providing commuter service throughout South Florida's three counties.

  • Cost

    Hialeah's cost of living is lower than average for the Miami metro area. One-bedroom apartments rent for an average of $995 per month, a beer in a local pub costs about $3 and $2.25 purchases a bus ticket to downtown Miami. Area gas prices hover right around the national average.

  • Shopping

    Hialeah houses a large shopping mall, the Westland Mall, which serves as home to a broad mixture of chain stores and locally owned retailers. Big box retailers and high-end stores also populate Westland Mall. Elsewhere in the city, local boutiques and specialty stores fill out the shopping landscape.

    Leslye's Boutique, a locally owned shop on West 60th Street specializing in formal wear, provides women and men alike with attire for weddings, proms, military balls and quinceaneras. The friendly staff works with customers to ensure the best fit and style for whatever the big occasion may be.

    Residents head to Discovery Clothing Company on West 49th Street for its assortment of trendy, chic fashions at discount prices. Also featuring shoes and accessories, the store manages expeditious service and checkout times despite always housing a large crowd eager to tear into its endless racks of bargain-priced attire.

    Hialeah features numerous Publix locations that are popular for large grocery trips, including two locations specializing in Latin food. Victoria Grocery, a small neighborhood store, carries international cuisine. The closest farmers market, located inside the Opa-Locka Hialeah Flea Market, sits just outside the city limits on Northwest 42nd Avenue in Opa-Locka.

  • Parks

    The city serves as home to 15 parks featuring a variety of recreational options, including sports fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, exercise facilities and organized sports leagues.

    McDonald Park provides exercise facilities, an outdoor play area and even a water park. Children can participate in the park's many organized youth sports leagues. Parking and admission are free, although certain amenities such as the water park and sports leagues carry a small fee. McDonald Park does not permit dogs.

    Four-legged family members have a blast at Amelia Earhart Bark Park on East 65th Street. Divided into play areas for dogs over and under 35 pounds, this dog park is free during the week but costs $6 to park at and enter on weekends.

    Goodlet Park on West 8th Avenue hosts one of the country's largest Easter egg hunts each year, featuring over 50,000 eggs.


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