As the city with the highest percentage of Spanish speakers in the U.S., Latin culture is a big part of Hialeah Gardens.
Over 95 percent of residents reported speaking Spanish at home as of the year 2000. Residents hail from many Latin American countries, including Cuba, Nicaragua, Colombia, Dominican Republic and Honduras.
About Hialeah Gardens
Hialeah Gardens spent many years as a rural community with residents who raised horses. The city was incorporated in December 1948, and adopted its first traffic ordinance, building code and hunting laws in February 1949. By 1968, the city began to grow due to a land use and zoning master plan. Hialeah Gardens is in close proximity to heavily traveled roads, such as the Palmetto Expressway and Okeechobee Road. This has allowed the city to grow at a fast rate compared to other cities in Miami-Dade County.
Hialeah Gardens Climate
One reason why people purchase Miami luxury homes is due to the beautiful, mild weather year round. Like most of its neighboring cities, Hialeah Gardens has average July high temperatures of 90 degrees and average January low temperatures of 58 degrees. There are approximately 250 days of sunshine per year. The average total rainfall per year is around 66 inches.
As of 2014, the population of Hialeah Gardens is reported to be 21,841. The city has experienced population growth of 11.72 percent since 2000. Its population density is 10,575 per square mile. The city’s median age is 39.5 years old. Just over half of the residents are married, with the average household size of 3.51 people. Over 97 percent of residents claim Hispanic ethnicity.
The median home cost is $147,400. In the last year, homes in Hialeah Gardens have seen appreciation of 17 percent. If you are shopping for luxury homes in South Florida, add Hialeah Gardens to your list of considerations. Our expert Hialeah Gardens Realtors® can help you locate the best home for your family.