City Of Miami Population Up 15.6% Since 2010, Sixth Most In Nation

Thousands of new residents moved into the City of Miami again last year, according to newly released Census data.

Since 2010, the city’s population has increased at the sixth fastest rate of any big city in America, at 15.6%.

As of July 1 2017, the city’s population was estimated at 463,347. That is an increase of 1.47% over the year before, when it was 456,632 (from 2015 to 2016 the increase was 2.9 percent, second fastest in the country).

Overall increase from 2010 to 2017 was 62,483.

The region as a whole is also growing fast, with the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL MSA up 10.7% since 2010, fifth fastest of any Metro in the US.