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Miami, located in the south-eastern corner of Florida, is a tropical paradise surrounded by luscious landscapes, crystal blue water, and multi-million dollar homes.
Miami is known for its breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, art deco neighborhoods, Cuban food, and the South Beach nightlife. It is no wonder why Miami has a booming tourism industry!
With over 5.5 million residents, the city is surprisingly very transient. Many people come, many others go and many people use Miami as a landing ground before moving on to find a different place to eventually settle and establish roots. This city is a melting pot of people from all over the world, with most residents speaking a dialect of Spanish.
Miami is one of the most densely populated cities in the U.S. This is likely what has led it to having the third tallest skyline – with over 300 high-rises! After all, it is easier to house more residents when you build up, rather than out. With so many people wanting to be closer to the water, rather than inland, most of the Miami skyline runs along the coast.
Due to the lack of space, most of the greenery found in Miami is in the form of trees, rather than lawns. Of course, there are parks in the area – Bayfront Park, South Pointe Park, Biscayne Bay National Park, and Matheson Hammock Park, to name of a few. While these are lovely places to spend an afternoon, they are not as accessible as a backyard would be, assuming you could be so fortunate to have one.
Many high-rises utilize rooftops for recreation areas. In fact, some even come complete with pools! Creating rooftop space as a “yard” is one way to provide residents a green place to escape. With so little outdoor ground space, this is a very viable option and it doesn’t take much to make it happen.
“I have always been a DIY type of guy, so doing it by myself was the only way to go. Jake walked me through the step by step process and gave me the best overall advice … Now my yard looks absolutely amazing and I never have to worry about mowing again!” – Tyler
Artificial Grass In Miami
There is something very calming about walking barefoot through grass.
In creating your rooftop oasis, using an artificial turf such as synthetic grass will give the look and feel of very real grass. It is easy to clean, does not require any maintenance, and is hard to tell that it is not real. Installing artificial grass on your rooftop is the perfect – and affordable – way to add some greenery. Other additions can be trees or plants. Palm trees are found all over Miami.
Adding a few to the rooftop, even if using a potting method, can add to the tropical feel. Bright flowers, such as the Bird of Paradise, Hibiscus, or Gladiolus will make the rooftop pop!
Because the heat is hot in Miami and the summers tend to be quite a bit rainy, offering shade will likely be appreciated by anyone who uses your rooftop creation. There are many options of shade, including the use of umbrellas, canopy-type coverings, or gazebos. This will calm the effects of the rain and sun, while still allowing use of the rooftop.
Add some picnic tables, chairs, or lounges to complete the rooftop escape.
Residents love what Miami has to offer.
Whether it’s a day at the beach, including water sports or checking out the latest trending art show, there is always something to do. The nightlife is popular, but sometimes a quiet place to relax or entertain is exactly what is needed. Whether it is meeting new friends or ready a book, having an inviting green rooftop area will be useful. Though, it is rumored that everyone in Miami moves at a slow pace and that its residents are known for never being on time – perhaps building a rooftop oasis will add to their tardiness, but it will be cherished!