Miramar, in Broward County, which stands out for being the third largest with an area of 29.5 square miles; It is also the fifth suburb with the highest population density (137,107 inhabitants, according to the local government).
Its strategic location , in the southwest of the county and between the metropolitan areas of Miami and Fort Lauderdale, will certainly captivate you. If you decide to live in Miramar you will be very close to the main ports and airports . Interstate 75 and the Florida Turnpike are within Miramar; and minutes away you will find 1-95 and the Sawgrass Expressway.
There is an interesting fact that you may not have known: -
In 2006 and 2008, Miramar was among the 100 “Best Places to Live in America,” according to Money Magazine.-
Ideal for family and couple life . Demographic studies of the city indicate that the average age of inhabitants is 36 and a half years, something that is wonderful if you want to live surrounded by a fresh and jovial environment.-
In addition, its population is one of the most diverse in the United States. 36.9% are Hispanics residing in the US, from countries such as Colombia, Cuba and the Dominican Republic.