Rent.com says Miami and Hialeah were the only Florida cities among the nation’s top 50 most crowded cities.
Miami, with 467,963 residents and 13,046 residents per square mile, was judged No. 5 on the list of most crowded cities.
“With a variety of neighborhoods, where you live will impact what you pay in rent, but on average, a one-bedroom will set you back $2,497 each month,” the website said. “A big draw for young professionals, Miami offers job opportunities in a variety of industries, including tourism, finance and media and telecommunications. When not at work, there are always the sandy shores of the Atlantic Ocean. With 248 sunny days each year, on average, every day is a beach day.”
Hialeah, with 233,339 residents and 10,878 residents per square mile, was judged No. 13 on the list of most crowded cities.
New York, with a population of 8,336,817 and 27,547 residents per square mile, was the most crowded city.
Anchorage, Ak., with 288,000 residents and 169 residents per square mile, was the least crowded city.
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