The Miami Condo Market

Trying to finding the right Miami condo can be a rather overwhelming experience and can turn into quite a hassle without the help of the right Miami condo professionals. At CondoDomain we have a wealth of knowledge about any Miami condo or loft you're looking for and a skilled team of experts whose first priority is always the customer. Let us help you search and find the Miami condo or loft that best suits your needs. Contact us today and talk to an experienced condo team member about our expansive Miami condo listings, new condo developments and open house viewings. Search for a Miami condo today!

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Top Miami Neighborhoods

Bal Harbour
    Bay Harbor Islands 
    Coconut Grove
    Coral Gables
    Design District

      Fisher Island
      Key Biscayne
        Miami Beach
        North Bay Village       

North Miami Beach
Sunny Isles
Venetian Islands

Buy A Miami Condo For Yourself or as an Investment Property

Buying a Miami condo from CondoDomain does not only afford you the opportunity to purchase a home from one of the best names in real estate brokerage, but as a Miami condo owner, you become one of the lucky few to live in possibly the liveliest, spiciest city in the United States. You wouldn't only be living in a luxurious, tropical destination that doesn't require a passport for travel, but as Miami is the social and cultural gateway to South America, living in a Miami condo would provide something that a handful of US residents are fortunate enough to experience.

Although living in a condo certainly comes with its ups and downsides, the positives of living in a Miami condo tend to outweigh the negatives. The warm weather, white sand beaches, and utterly sublime sunsets over the shimmering teal ocean sounds like a description of a vacation getaway rather than your own backyard. But when you purchase a Miami condo or loft that tropical feel becomes part of your everyday reality. And as if sipping on a cocktail on your balcony, admiring the beautiful natural surroundings weren't enough, that legendary nightlife and countless options for daytime entertainment are waiting just outside the door of your Miami condo

Top Miami Luxury Condo Buildings

Akoya Miami Beach
Apogee South Beach
Bath Club
Canyon Ranch
ICON Brickell
Il Villagio
Mosaic Miami Beach

Murano at Portofino
Murano Grande
One Bal Harbour
Paramount Bay
Portofino Tower
Setai South Beach
Floridian South Beach
W South Beach

Trump Tower
2 Midtown
50 Biscayne
Flamingo South Beach
Four Seasons Residences
Ten Museum Park

Living in Miami, FL
The wide array of restaurants, bars, clubs, museums, and special attractions, unique to Miami are all sprinkled throughout the city surrounding any Miami condo or loft. Because of the strong Latin influence, the food, art, and music scenes all have a unique, colorful twist that you can't find anywhere else in the states. If you were to choose one of the many draws of living in Miami to look into first, it would have to be the food. Without actually taking a trip, you can't find more authentic Cuban food in the US, anywhere other than in Miami. Arroz con pollo at La Rosa, bistec and fried plantains at Las Culebrinas, lechon asado at Exquisito, Cuban style grilled shrimp at Puerto Sagua, drinks at Transit Lounge, the famous pork sandwiches at Enriqueta's? the list goes on. You only need to take one step outside your Miami condo, and the rich, tantalizing aromas of rice, beans, yucca, and pork permeate the sea air.

  And if you want to work a bit of the deliciously irresistible cuisine, it's not hard to find a salsa class, dance club, or even a trapeze close to your Miami condo. In addition, the city offers an endless variety of activities and entertainment that you can only find in the neighborhoods around a Miami condo or loft. The South Beach Wine and Food Festival, the Miami Book Fair, the Borscht Film Festival, Big Al's Gun Range, the Gulfstream Village, the Miami City Ballet, Salsa Mia, the Trapeze Club, the Art Fusion, Gallery, Red Bar Gallery, the Ancient Spanish Monastery, the Everglades, Parrot Jungle Island, the Miami Seaquarium?the list goes on. Something you could certainly say if you lived in a Miami condo, is that there's absolutely never a dull moment.

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Living in a Miami condo or loft doesn't just give you a home in a city bursting with life and a distinct, vibrant culture, but it also gives you the opportunity to have the best of both worlds. You have the luxury of living in one of the largest, US cities, while still being able to call the beach your home.  And with the current market conditions, owning a condo in Miami, one of the leading financial cities in America, would be a great investment for years to come. Take advantage of this opportunity to find the Miami condo or loft hat fits you best by working with an incredibly reliable team of CondoDomain agents. Isn't it time you owned a Miami condo?

The city proper is home to less than 1 in 13 residents of South Florida. Additionally, 52% of Miami-Dade County's population doesn't live in any incorporated city. Miami is the 42nd most populous city in the U.S. The Miami metropolitan area, which includes Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, had a combined population of more than 5.5 million people, ranked seventh largest in the United States,[8] and is the largest metropolitan area in the Southeastern United States. As of 2008, the United Nations estimates that the Miami Urban Agglomeration is the 44th-largest in the world.[68]

As of 2000, in terms of national origin and/or ethnic origin, 34.1% of the populace was Cuban,[69] while 5.6% of the city's population was Nicaraguan,[70] 5.5% of the population was Haitian,[71] 3.3% of the population was Honduran,[72] 1.7% of all residents were Dominican,[73] and 1.6% of the population was Colombian.[74] In 2004, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) ranked Miami first in terms of percentage of residents born outside of the country it is located in (59%), followed by Toronto (50%).

As of 2010, there were 183,994 households of which 14.0% were vacant.[75] As of 2000, 26.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 36.6% were married couples living together, 18.7% have a female head of household with no husband present, and 37.9% were non-families. 30.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.61 and the average family size was 3.25. The age distribution was 21.7% under the age of 18, 8.8% from 18 to 24, 30.3% from 25 to 44, 22.1% from 45 to 64, and 17.0% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females there were 98.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 97.3 males.

In 2009, the median income for a household in the city was $29,812, and the median income for a family was $33,814. The per capita income for the city was $19,846. About 21.7% of families and 26.3% of the population were below the poverty line.

In 1960, non-Hispanic whites represented 80% of Miami-Dade county's population.[76] In 1970, the Census Bureau reported Miami's population as 45.3% Hispanic, 32.9% non-Hispanic White, and 22.7% Black.[77] Miami's explosive population growth has been driven by internal migration from other parts of the country, primarily up until the 1980s, as well as by immigration, primarily from the 1960s to the 1990s. Today, immigration to Miami has slowed significantly and Miami's growth today is attributed greatly to its fast urbanization and high-rise construction, which has increased its inner city neighborhood population densities, such as in Downtown, Brickell, and Edgewater, where one area in Downtown alone saw a 2,069% increase in population in the 2010 Census. Miami is regarded as more of a multicultural mosaic, than it is a melting pot, with residents still maintaining much of, or some of their cultural traits. The overall culture of Miami is heavily influenced by its large population of Hispanics, and Blacks, mainly from the Caribbean islands.

There has been a Norwegian Seamen's church in Miami since the early 1980s. In November 2011, Crown Princess Mette-Marit opened a new building for the church. The church was built as a center for the 10,000 Scandinavians that live in Florida. Around 4,000 of them are Norwegian. The church is also an important place for the 150 Norwegians that work at Disney World.[78]

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