Hialeah, Florida

All Ways Lead To Hialeah

Looklyloo Score: 73

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For being so close to Miami, Hialeah feels like a true suburb. It’s one of the most densely populated areas in the US that doesn’t have any high-rise buildings within city limits. That makes the area really feel like a true Florida suburb, flat with a little too much concrete. Keep in mind that Hialeah, from above, is a weirdly shaped, isosceles triangle of a city spanning from the Everglades in the Northwest to the Miami airport in the Southeast, so be aware when you’re house hunting!

Veteran's Park

Young Families

Young families who are looking to get out of Miami but not too far out of Miami are going to love Hialeah. You can get a great home for a low price, stay close to Miami, but enjoy some peace and quiet on your days off as well! PS you’ll wonder how you ever called any Miami Cuban restaurant “authentic” once you visit!
-Veteran's Park
-Red and 65th Street


Established Families

Families with older kids are going to like the home prices in Hialeah, especially if you’re okay putting some work into a home. There are neighborhoods close to parks that may not have the most beautiful yards you’ve ever seen, but they’re fixer uppers with a lot of history and character!
-E 65th by Amelia Earhart Park
-Hialeah Gardens



Few states attract retirees like Florida and Hialeah pulls in its fair share for those who want to be near Miami but also save some $$$. It has a beautiful 515-acre park for fishing, picnics and general meandering. Plenty of shopping and pretty much year-round warm weather seal the deal.