Miami has ranked as the 9th most expensive market when it comes to renting in the United States according to Zumper. The average price of 1-bedroom rentals remained the same year over year, at $1,800. The average rate for 2-bedroom units fell by 2% to $2,450. The most expensive places to rent remained Fisher Island at $5,500 for a 1 bedroom unit per month, Park West at $2,375, South Pointe, at $2,300, Oceanfront, at $2,250, Key Biscayne at $2,200, Coral Gable's Industrial Section at $2,150, and Coconut Grove and Brickell at $2,100. The cheapest markets to rent remain Brownsville at $750 per month for a 1 bedroom and Gladeview at $880. The Upper East Side and Bayshore had the fastest increasing rents, both up over 13%. Little Haiti and Allapattah fell by over 11%.