Florida A&M University Off Campus Apartments

Florida A&M University Off Campus Apartments

Ready for an Apartment near FAMU?

Has the time come for you to get out of the dorm and move into an off campus FAMU apartment? Perhaps the options available from the Florida A&M University housing office no longer meet your needs and you would like to find a cheap apartment close to the FAMU campus. If so, you can search for off campus Florida A&M University apartments with MyNewPlace's college housing search.

Although Florida A&M University student housing may be very conveniently close to campus, moving to an off campus apartment can be a great way to save money, put some distance in between yourself and an RA, get accustomed to living in your own apartment and building up rental history.

FAMU apartments for rent are available close to campus and in other neighborhoods around Miami, Florida. Using our map based university apartment finder, you can find off campus housing near campus to ensure you can still get to all the FAMU Venoms games and make it to class on time.

We can help you find off campus FAMU apartments that will best suit your collegiate lifestyle; search Florida A&M University apartments by the number of bedrooms, price, neighborhood or a range of other amenities.

Have more questions? Check out our articles with renter tips in our apartment guide and search through www.famu.edu.

Average Apartment Rent in Miami

# Bedrooms Aug Jul Jun 3 Month % change
Studio N/A N/A $704 0%
1 Bed $1,955 $1,967 $1,879 4%
2 Bed $1,900 $1,950 $2,006 -5.3%
3 Bed $1,554 $1,785 $1,850 -16%

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$1600 One bedroom in Miami-950 Nw 11 St

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  • Why should I move to Miami?

    The first, and perhaps most exciting things to come to mind when dreaming about life in Miami are generally the beautiful tropical climate, myriad of spectacular beaches, and unparalleled nightlife, but there are countless other reasons to consider a move to Miami. For one, Miami is a global city with a bustling economy and ample career opportunities in everything ranging from finance to the arts and entertainment. The city is also rich in history and cultural diversity, with such attractions as The Barnacle Historic State Park, the Miami Cultural Center, and countless others. Miami is also home to several prestigious universities including the University of Miami, and sports teams including NFL team the Miami Dolphins, NBA team Miami Heat, and MLB team the Florida Marlins.

  • I've got dogs. What are the best places in Miami for being outdoors with pets?

    Amelia Earhart Park Bark Park, located in Miami's Upper East Side, is a five-acre, fenced in dog park and a favorite playground for Miami's local pooches. This park features paved walkways, benches, shaded areas, and water fountains for both its two- and four-legged visitors. Greynolds Dog Park, situated in Biscayne Shore Park in North Miami, offers fun and entertainment for dog-owners and their canine counterparts alike. Dogs can frolic through the fields and roll around in the doggie playground while you relax on one of the picnic benches, heat up the BBQ, or sink a line in the park's designated fishing pond.

  • Is Miami family friendly?

    Yes, Miami has plenty of family friendly neighborhoods with good schools, playgrounds, and bountiful children's activities. Some of the best include South Miami, Coral Gables, Aventura, and Sunny Isles, amongst others. The city is also chock full of free and low cost activities for kids like little league and peewee sports, educational attractions, and child-centered community events. Some popular family destinations include the Miami Science Museum and the Young at Art Children's Museum. The city also hosts many kid-friendly events throughout the year including the Youth Fair and Santa's Enchanted Forest every November and December.

  • What are the job markets like?

    It looks as though total employment is down in Miami 2% from last year. The majority of that loss is from the construction, manufacturing, trade and transportation industries. Education and health services industries, however, are hiring about fourth thousand more people than they were last year.

  • Is there any apartment or house with private pool for me ?Please, can you help me?

    You can search on mynewplace. Firstly, go to mynewplace. http://www.mynewplace.com/ Secondary, click "Search by Amenities" Finally, check "pool" in Community Amenities, and search. This is also an another special link. http://www.mynewplace.com/apartment-search-fl-miami/swimming-pool

  • Does Miami have any famous museums or exhibitions?

    Miami is home to an endless array of fun and educational museums and exhibitions. Located on Flagler Street in the downtown Miami cultural center, the Miami Art Museum showcases displays with an emphasis on international art of the Western hemisphere from the 1940s to the present day. The Miami Science Center is an entertaining and educational museum featuring many renowned rotating exhibits, a planetarium, and a wildlife center. Situated on the grounds of the Miami MetroZoo, the Gold Coast Railroad Museum affords visitors the chance to explore the history of railroads and how they contributed to the development of our nation. Some other fabulous Miami museums include the Bass Museum of Art, the Wolfsonian Art Museum, the Miami Children's Museum, the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.

  • Is Miami famous for any kind of restaurant or food in particular? What's the local favorite?

    Miami is notorious for its extensive array of deliciously authentic Cuban eateries. Puerto Sagua Restaurant on Collins Avenue is a local favorite mom and pop shop serving up huge portions at affordable prices. Be sure to try the ropa viega, fried plantains, chicken steak, Cuban sandwich, and the fried kingfish. Versailles Restaurant is the other must-try Cuban joint, situated on Miami's SW 8th Street. This Miami institution boasts a lively atmosphere with tasty and authentic eats. Order the fried pork, tamale, red bean soup, picadillo, or the chicken imperial. Other local favorite Cuban restaurants include Bongo's Cuban Cafe, Havana Harry's, Islas Canarias, Larios on the Beach, Rio Cristal, Yuca, and more!

  • What would an ideal weekend be like in Miami?

    With so much to do in Miami the ideal weekend will differ for every person. Nature lovers won't want to miss Zoo Miami, a sanctuary for endangered animals including tigers, crocodiles, and even a komodo dragon. After some time at the zoo, head over to the magnificent Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, or Oleta River State Park for some great hiking and biking trails. Culture buffs will want to check out Little Havana to soak up the Cuban culture. After enjoying a tasty Cuban sandwich, check out Miami's home for the performing arts at Gusman Center. Top off your weekend with some shopping and dining at Bayside Marketplace or some nice relaxation at the Spa at Icon Brickell.

  • What's a good neighborhood for families in Miami?

    Pinecrest and Palmetto are two good neighborhoods for families in Miami. Located south of the Coral Gables neighborhood, they are usually discussed together as they are in close proximity and they share schools, which are universally acknowledged as being some of the best in the state. They include Palmetto Elementary, Pinecrest Elementary, Palmetto Middle, and Miami Palmetto Senior High. With excellent public schools, low crime, and multiple parks, Pinecrest and Palmetto are ideal neighborhoods for families with school-aged children.

  • I accepted a job at the miami airport where is the best place to look for an aforable apartment for 1.

    Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens and Doral are close to the airport. It takes about 20 minutes to get these areas from the airport. There are many apartments in these towns and it’s safe.

  • Do most people in Miami rely on public transportation?

    Most people in Miami don't rely on public transportation, but many do. In fact, about 17 percent uses mass transit to commute to work on a daily basis. Although this might not seem like a lot, this number is 624 percent greater than the Florida average and 514 percent greater than the national average. Public transportation options, which are operated by Miami-Dade Transit and SFRTA, include commuter rail (Tri-Rail), heavy rail rapid transit (Metrorail), an elevated people mover (Metromover), and buses (Metrobus).

  • I want to move into an apartment Aug. 1 in Miami. When should I be looking at places? Is mid-late June to early or is mid-July to late?

    Hi! You should plan to start looking by July 1 -- since tenants typically have to give 30 days notice before leaving an apartment, by the beginning of July landlords should know which units will be available in August. Don't wait much longer than that to start your search, because Miami is a popular city and apartments might get snapped up pretty quickly! Check out our listings of available apartments in Miami: http://www.mynewplace.com/search?q=miami%2C+fl&x=0&y=0. This list will be updated as new units open up, so check back frequently and let us know if you need any help using the site!