The bump in rents put the median cost of a one-bedroom apartment at $1,220 and of a two-bedroom apartment at $1,464.
Year-over-year, the median price of a one-bedroom apartment was flat, while two-bedroom apartments were up 0.7 percent.
Miami outpaced the national trend, jumping 1.1 percent for a one-bedroom to $1,760 and 1.3 percent for a two-bedroom at $2,280. Year-over-year, the median price for a one- and two-bedroom apartment was flat and down 5 percent, respectively.
The price of the one-bedroom in February put Miami at the No. 9 spot for most expensive city in which to rent.