Coral Gables, FL
The residential population of Coral Gables is 47,044, up by 10% since the last census.
The nearest airport is: MIAMI INTERNATIONAL.
+ Why Live in Miami?
The only place where you party all day, all night or just relax under the rays 249 average days a year! Yet compared to cities like Los Angeles and New York the real estate it offers the most value for your money, the average asking price per single home in MIA is $249,000 and the average price per condominium in Downtown Miami is about $405,000 . Compare that to Los Angeles at $1,393,644 and $499,944 , respectively and New York $2,839,426 and $1.42 million , respectively. Miami, the city of International Love where the hottest pop stars Pit Bull, J Lo, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Juanes, Andy Garcia to preeminent doctors (plastic surgeons to Cancer researchers), to international bankers from Banco Santander, JP Morgan and Citibank and their families all call Miami home.
It is the city where the American Dream is lived out every day, creative people thrive in Miami. Matched by no other cosmopolitan city in the world by its diversity and personal security is as much of a draw to the businesses as it is to those pursuing educational opportunities. Miami is home to nationally ranked universities and colleges, University of Miami , Miami Dade College , Florida International University , Nova Southeastern University , Johnson and Wales University , Ai (Miami International University of Art & Design, and Carlos Albizu University incorporating Latin American studies. Miami Dade Public Schools have the most broad based program offerings from high schools specializing in the arts such as: New Worlds School of the Arts , Dash in architecture, Mast and Terra in the sciences and Coral Reef Senior High School , with several magnet programs. Our magnet school for international studies and education such as GW Carver , specialize in the studies of French, German, Spanish and Italian cultures at an extensive level and elementary “A” schools like Key Biscayne offer their graduates a promising future. The private schools are similarly in the top tier across the country, non religious offering at Ransom Everglades , and Gulliver Academy , to Catholic programs at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart , Belen Jesuit , Christopher Columbus conducted by the Marist Brothers , Lourdes Academy ran by the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters, and the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy.
- Miami is truly the magic city!
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Florida has no state or local income tax! California has a state income tax of up to 10% ; New York has a state income tax of up to 8% and an 11% in NYC . The average temperature in MIA is 75.9°F, while New York’s is 54.7°F, and Los Angeles’ is 63.0°F. MIA has an air quality index of 26 (being good), while New York has 30, and Los Angeles has 33. Life Styles Events Concerts Arts Athletic Restaurants Businesses Opportunities Diversity of labor force Taxes Incentives
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