6315 Sw 8 St, Miami
Multi-family - 10 units or more
6315 Sw 8 St
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Companies near this Address
- Los Gallegos Restaurant, Inc. (7171-7173 Sw 8th St)
- Mercy Bakery Inc (7183-85 Sw 8 St)
- Libreria Impacto, Inc. (7149-55 Sw 8 St)
- Dejem Corp. (6455-69 Sw 8th St)
- Madel Pharmacy Corporation (7956-58 Sw 8th St)
- First Rate Insurance Agency Incorporated (8508-2 Sw 8 St)
- Reyes Photo Studio, Inc. (3456 Sw 8th St)
- Miami Ambassador Corp. (6290 S W 8 Street)
- Miami Cafe Restaurant Corporation (6269 Sw 8th St)
- Garsot Corp (6270 Sw 8th St)
- Raulito'S Barber Shop Inc (6266 Sw 8th St)
- Moron Drug & Discount Corp. (6267 Southwest 8 Street)
- L.G. Immigration Services, LLC (6262 Sw 8th St)
- Dance Masters, Corp. (6262 Sw 8 Street)
- New Jersey Auto Parts Inc. (6251 Sw 8 St)
- Lesag Hair Salon, Inc. (6244 Sw 8th St)
- Fmp Group Corp (6246 Sw 8 Street)
- A T Son Corporation (6360 Sw 8 St)
- Hybrid Car Solutions Inc (601 Sw 63 Ct)
- Farandula Barbershop, Inc (6352 Sw 8th St)
- Ciervo De Oro Jewelry Inc. (6365 Sw 8 Street)
- Tamiami Cyclery Corporation (6348 Sw 8th St)
- West Miami Travel & Services, Inc. (6346 Sw 8th St)
- Endless Medical Services Corp. (6350 Sw 8th St)
- Therapeutic Rehab Center Inc. (6355 Sw 8 St Ste 2e)
- Jesucristo En Prision Mt,25:34-46 Minisrty Inc. (6355 Sw 8th St)
- Cac Consulting, Inc (6355 Sw 8th St)
- Sun View Pharmacy LLC (6355 Sw 8 St)
- Mathebra Corporation (6355 Sw 8th St)
- Crystal Paradise Adult Day Care Inc. (6355 Sw 8 Street)
Miami-Dade County Real Estate - Miami
Miami is Florida's second most populous city. Miami is also the second largest US city with a Spanish speaking majority, which accounts for its nickname of "the capital of Latin America." Industries with the largest influence in Miami include commerce, finance, and international business. Miami is home to the headquarters of many large businesses including Burger King, US Century Bank, Caribbean Cruise Lines, and World Fuel Services. The port of Miami is one of the nation's busiest ports and contributes $18 billion to the city's economy. The largest employers in Miami are Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami-Dade County, United States Government, Florida Government, University of Miami, and Baptist Health South Florida.
Miami is in South East Florida. It's population as recorded in the 2010 Census was 399,457.
The median age for residents of Miami is 38.8. Around 27.3% of Miami households include school aged children and 29.9% of households include individuals aged 65 years or over. Census records indicate 72.5% of the Miami population are White, 19.2% are Black or African American, .2% American Indian, .9% Asian and 2.6% are Two or more Races. Miami has a significant Hispanic population. 69.9% (279,456) of Miami residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin. Of these 2.08% are of Mexican origin, 4.57% Puerto Rican, 49.13% Cuban and 44.2% are of other Hispanic or Latino origin.
There are 183,994 housing units in Miami. 25,677 (13.9%) of these were reported as vacant in the 2010 Census. There are 118,493 residential rental units in Miami. 107,131 of them were occupied in 2010 providing a residential rental vacancy rate of 9.2%.
Local Household Income
The median household income in this part of Florida is $42,759. The bottom 10% of the population earn less than $13,235 per year. The top 10% earn more than $147,573 per year. The top 1% earn more than $536,049 per year. Most renters earn between $23,844 (20th percentile) and $42,888 (80th percentile) per year.
Source: US Census American Community Survey - 2007-2011 ACS 5-year PUMS estimates
The median monthly rent in this part of Florida is $967. Most renters earn between $1,987 and $3,574 per month. They typically spend 40% of their monthly income on rent. Most rents fall in the $662 (20th percentile) to $1,396 (80th percentile) range. The residential vacancy rate is 5%.