Tamiami is a middle-class community home to a population of 55,271 individuals
It is bounded by the neighborhoods of Sweetwater to the north, University Park to the east and Kendale Lakes to the south. On its west border is the expansive nature trail of The Everglades.
Its boundaries are as follows: NW 12th Street to the north, Ronald Reagan Turnpike (Toll Road) to the east, SW 42nd Street to the south and SW 137th Avenue.
Tamiami is a family-friendly residential area, with about 66% of the population being married individuals who mostly have children less than 18 years of age.
The community is culturally diverse, as it is home to a large percentage of Cubans and Cuban Americans, Nicaraguans and Colombians as well. For this, it is not surprising that almost 96% of the residents, even as young as 5 years old, can fluently speak Spanish.
The median age in the community is 37 years old, with females dominating males in terms of number.
Tamiami Real Estate
Tamiami, like many neighborhoods in Miami, is made up of a mixed of aged homes but what makes the real estate of Tamiami stand out is that almost all of the homes were built during the 1970s to the late 1990s that when you look around, it would appear that the houses would have similarities.
- International Gardens
- Lake Pointe
- Shoma Homes at Tamiami
- Southern Estates
- Sweetwater Estates
- Tamiami Lakes
Condos and Townhomes
- Gardens of International
- Imperial Shores
- International Club Apartments
- International Lakes Apartment
- Lago Club
- Paseos Castellanos
According to the 2010 census, Tamiami has a total of 17,256 households, made up of a mixture of renters and owners. Of the households, about 3% are vacant. A household has an average size of 3.33.
Based on its population density, Tamiami is a densely urban neighborhood. Its real estate is predominantly medium sized homes with three to four bedrooms and studio to two bedroom townhomes and apartment complexes.