Hialeah is the sixth largest city in Florida in terms of
population and is located in Miami Dade County. In terms of population, Hialeah is the densest American city not to feature
a skyscraper. 95% of Hialeah's population is Hispanic. The second largest Spanish television network, Telemundo, is headquartered
in Hialeah. Top employers for Hialeah County are Hialeah Hospital, Palmetto General Hospital, Best Buy, Starbucks, and CVS
Hialeah is in South East Florida. It's population as recorded in
the 2010 Census was 224,669.
The median age for residents of Hialeah is 42.2. Around 38.3% of Hialeah households include
school aged children and 41.6% of households include individuals aged 65 years or over. Census records indicate 92.6% of the
Hialeah population are White, 2.6% are Black or African American, .1% American Indian, .3% Asian and 1.5% are Two or more Races.
Hialeah has a significant Hispanic population. 94.7% (212,805) of Hialeah residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin. Of these .85%
are of Mexican origin, 2.36% Puerto Rican, 77.4% Cuban and 19.37% are of other Hispanic or Latino origin.
There are 74,067
housing units in Hialeah. 2,862 (3.8%) of these were reported as vacant in the 2010 Census. There are 36,569 residential rental
units in Hialeah. 35,190 of them were occupied in 2010 providing a residential rental vacancy rate of 3.6%.
The median household income in this part of Florida is $33,805.
The bottom 10% of the population earn less than $11,620 per year.
The top 10% earn more than $91,486 per year. The top 1%
earn more than $237,063 per year.
Most renters earn
between $19,740 (20th percentile)
and $34,008 (80th percentile) per year.
The median monthly rent in this part of Florida is $863.
Most renters earn
and $2,834 per month.
They typically spend 43% of their monthly income on rent.
Most rents fall in the $574 (20th percentile)
to $1,151 (80th percentile) range.
The residential vacancy rate is 6%.