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Coconut Creek
Coconut Creek is located in Broward County in between Miami and Palm Beach County. Coconut Creek is approximately 12 square miles and home to Butterfly World. Coconut Creek got its name from coconut trees that were planted by early developers. The city is known as a well planned community with an environmental conscience to trees, waterways, parks, and gardens. Coconut Creek is known as a "community wildlife habitat."
Cooper City
Cooper City is located in Broward County named for Morris Cooper who founded the city in 1959. Cooper City is 6.7 square miles.
Coral Springs
Coral Springs is one of the newer planned cities located in Broward County. Mainly built by WCI, Coral Springs was incorporated in 1963. Coral Springs began a building boom which was the cause of nineteen public schools, a regional mall, shopping centers, and parks. Coral Springs is known for its beautiful communities, it's growing amenities, its great climate, and low crime rate.
Dania
Dania Beach located in Broward Florida was one of the first official cities to be incorporated into Broward County in the 1880's. The city has around 6.31 square miles. Dania Beach is right next to the Fort Lauderdale International airport allowing for easy access to travel.
Davie
Davie located in Broward County is one of the most populous cities in the entire area. Davie is over 34 square miles, many of them being horse properties.
Deerfield Beach
Deerfield Beach is a developing city in northeastern Broward County, situated on the Atlantic Coast. With miles of pristine beach access, numerous parks and nature preserves, plus waterway access for boaters, Deerfield Beach is an ideal place to enjoy Florida outdoor living. The "Blue Wave" Beach is one of the main attractions in Deerfield Beach Florida, as it has been recognized as having superior water quality, safety services, habitat conservation, and beach conditions. Deerfield Beach also features some of the best local restaurants, retail shopping, and necessary amenities in Broward County. Deerfield Beach is the ideal city to truly enjoy south Florida living, and a beach-side lifestyle.
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale Florida is a large city located in the heart of Broward County, right on the Atlantic Coast. Known as the "Venice of America" for its series of canals weaving throughout the city, Fort Lauderdale is one of the most desirable cities to call home. With access to beautiful white sand beaches, near to the Everglades nature preserve, and with scenic parks throughout, Fort Lauderdale Florida still offers the ability to enjoy the natural beauty of south Florida. Fort Lauderdale Florida is one of the biggest social cities in south Florida as well, so of course it boasts all of the best shopping, dining, and nightlife scene, so one can never run out of things to do in Fort Lauderdale.
Hallandale
Hallandale Beach is a city in southeastern Broward County, right on the Atlantic Coast, just south of Hollywood Florida. Initially Hallandale Beach was the eastern bit of land separating the town of Hallandale from the ocean, but in 1999 the land was annexed and declared one unified city: the city of Hallandale Beach. Because of its superior location, residents of Hallandale Beach can enjoy the entertainment and amenities of nearby metropolitan areas such as Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Hallandale Beach Florida features its own fair share of great dining, shopping, and entertainment, including Gulf Stream Park which features horse racing, and Mardi Gras Gaming which features dog racing for six months of the year. With miles of pristine beach and turquoise waters, a great location, and lots of amenities to offer, Hallandale Beach is one of the fastest growing cities in South Florida.
Hallandale Beach
Hallandale Beach is a city in southeastern Broward County, right on the Atlantic Coast, just south of Hollywood Florida. Initially Hallandale Beach was the eastern bit of land separating the town of Hallandale from the ocean, but in 1999 the land was annexed and declared one unified city: the city of Hallandale Beach. Because of its superior location, residents of Hallandale Beach can enjoy the entertainment and amenities of nearby metropolitan areas such as Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Hallandale Beach Florida features its own fair share of great dining, shopping, and entertainment, including Gulf Stream Park which features horse racing, and Mardi Gras Gaming which features dog racing for six months of the year. With miles of pristine beach and turquoise waters, a great location, and lots of amenities to offer, Hallandale Beach is one of the fastest growing cities in South Florida.
Hillsboro Beach
Hollywood Florida is a vibrant city in the heart of Broward County, just north of Hallandale Beach on the Atlantic Coast. Hollywood Florida is approximately 30.8 square miles, with 5-6 miles of beach front, which is briefly interrupted by the town of Dania Beach. Both exciting portions of Hollywood Florida include all of the best dining, shopping, and entertainment between downtown Hollywood Florida and Hollywoods Beach District. Hollywood Florida also boasts a 2 mile long boardwalk along the Atlantic Ocean, which was named one of America's Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel & Leisure magazine, and is an excellent place to enjoy a seaside stroll or enjoy an ocean-side caf. Becoming one of Floridas most desirable cities to call home, Hollywood boasts a wide variety of homes in every shape and size that can accommodate any taste or budget.
Hollywood
Hollywood Florida is a vibrant city in the heart of Broward County, just north of Hallandale Beach on the Atlantic Coast. Hollywood Florida is approximately 30.8 square miles, with 5-6 miles of beach front, which is briefly interrupted by the town of Dania Beach. Both exciting portions of Hollywood Florida include all of the best dining, shopping, and entertainment between downtown Hollywood Florida and Hollywoods Beach District. Hollywood Florida also boasts a 2 mile long boardwalk along the Atlantic Ocean, which was named one of America's Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel & Leisure magazine, and is an excellent place to enjoy a seaside stroll or enjoy an ocean-side caf. Becoming one of Floridas most desirable cities to call home, Hollywood boasts a wide variety of homes in every shape and size that can accommodate any taste or budget.
Lauderdale By The Sea
Lauderdale by the Sea is a quiet beach town, nestled along the Atlantic Coast in Broward County Florida between Pompano Beach and Oakland Park. When other coastal towns and cities in Florida were developing rapidly, Lauderdale by the Sea was striving to maintain its small town atmosphere by instilling building restrictions that are still in place today, and are still maintaining that small town charm. With attractions such as pristine coral reefs just a hundred yards off of the shore, stunning beaches, and the Anglin's Pier, which is one of four piers in Broward County and is a popular fishing spot, Lauderdale by the Sea exudes coastal living charm. Lauderdale by the Sea offers a broad range of real estate opportunities catering to those who want to be near to all of the major cities of Broward County, while still being able to enjoy coastal living in a small town.
Lauderdale Lakes
The city of Lauderdale Lakes Florida is a small metropolitan area in the heart of Broward County, just west of Oakland Park, and is only about 3.6 square miles in size. With humble beginnings in the 1960’s as a rural area in Broward County of only about 300 residents, Lauderdale Lakes has rapidly developed throughout the past few decades. Lauderdale Lakes has a history of being a popular spot for seasonal residents, which is a huge factor behind its rapid growth and development. Today, the population is well over 30,000 residents, and Lauderdale Lakes is filled with all of the best shopping, dining, and amenities. Lauderdale Lakes is just a short drive away from pristine white sand beaches, Fort Lauderdale international airport, and all of the great entertainment and amenities that Broward County has to offer.
Lauderhill
Lauderhill Florida had humble beginnings as a part of wild Old Florida, with dairy farms, pastures, swamps, and lots of wild critters. When Lauderhill was first instated, the founders had significant trouble gaining population growth momentum as most people referred to Lauderhill as “practically living in the Everglades” or as “Dairy Farm Country”. These two phrases may be difficult to picture today, as Lauderhill Florida has experienced exponential growth, and now has an approximate population of nearly 70,000 residents. Lauderhill is home to some of the most unique local restaurants, superb retail shopping, community entertainment, and necessary amenities. Plus, Lauderhill is just a short jaunt away from downtown Fort Lauderdale, and beautiful Florida beaches in Lauderdale by the Sea. There are a variety of Lauderhill homes and condos for sale currently, varying in price, size, and style to suit any taste or budget.
Lighthouse Point
Lighthouse Point Florida is one Broward County’s most unique cities to call home. Named for the Hillsboro Lighthouse, Lighthouse Point is a quiet coastal community of upper-middle to high class neighborhoods, 80% of which are single family homes, and many of which are located on Lighthouse Point’s 18 miles of waterways. The leaders of the city of Lighthouse Point have accurately represented the populous by fulfilling their long-term wishes for Lighthouse Point to remain a moderately developed city, with a small town feel, and coastal atmosphere. There are cumulatively 20 acres of park land in Lighthouse Point with 13 miles of sidewalks and bike trails, so residents can enjoy picture perfect weather and beautiful landscape. Overall, Lighthouse Point is a charming, high class, sea-side community that serves as sanctuary from the heavily developed areas around the rest of Broward County.
Margate
Margate Florida is a city in the heart of Broward County, directly adjacent to Coconut Creek and Coral Springs with a population of over 53,000 residents. With the Carolina Club Golf Course and the Oriole Golf & Tennis Club, Margate is home to some of the best golf courses in Broward County. Margate also boasts area attractions like the Calypso Cove Aquatic Center, which is a small state of the art waterpark, with two huge water slides, a lazy lagoon pool, and an enormous Olympic-style swimming pool. There are a handful of parks around Margate as well to allow residents to enjoy a slice of Florida’s natural landscape paradise. Margate boasts tons of great shopping, dining, and amenities, plus, Margate is just minutes to the beautiful beaches of Pompano Beach, as well as the metropolitan amenities of Fort Lauderdale.
Miramar
Miramar Florida is an oblong city in southwestern Broward County, bordering Miami Gardens to the south, and Pembroke Pines to the north. The name “Miramar” was named after the Miramar area in the city of Havana, Cuba, and translates to the phrase “Sea view” in the Spanish language. The city of Miramar’s official phrase is "Beauty and Progress", which is well reflected through Miramar’s growth and development in one of the most scenic parts of south Florida. Miramar Florida boasts a very large number of parks and nature preserve areas, as well as access to the Everglades, and is just a short drive to the white sands of Hallandale Beach. With a large number of local restaurants, retail shopping centers, and cultural activities, one can never run short of entertainment in Miramar Florida. Plus, Miramar is in a prime location, directly halfway between Fort Lauderdale and Miami with all of their superb metropolitan amenities. Miramar Florida offers a plethora of real estate options, from Mediterranean-style estates, to quaint single family homes, to luxury condos, there is something to suit any taste or budget.
North Lauderdale
North Lauderdale Florida is a city in the heart of Broward County, between Tamarac and Pompano Beach, of approximately 42,000 residents. Back in the 1960’s, North Lauderdale was largely unpopulated, and was used as dairy farm land. Today, North Lauderdale is a bustling metropolis with great commerce, and tons of amenities. Originally, North Lauderdale served as a suburb for bustling Fort Lauderdale, but now is continually growing inward, with promise to develop the majority of the five square miles that make up the city. North Lauderdale boasts some of the greatest local restaurants, cafes, shops, and entertainment, as well as the culture that was born in the Broward County area. North Lauderdale still has a natural backdrop, with well-manicured landscape throughout the city, and the Hampton Pines Park. With a variety of condos and homes, North Lauderdale has a broad variety of inventory to suit anyone seeking real estate in Broward County.
Oakland Park
Oakland Park Florida is formally named the City of Oakland Park, and is located in the heart of Broward County just north of Fort Lauderdale. Formerly known as "Floranada", the city went bankrupt after a major hurricane in 1926, and was re-named to Oakland Park by its residents. Home to over 40,000 residents, Oakland Park Florida is a bustling city with all of the best restaurants, shops, and amenities one could need. With about 180 acres of parks, varying from nature preserves to athletic parks, outdoor living is always an option for entertainment in Oakland Park. In a prime location, residents of Oakland Park Florida are never too far from all of the entertainment and amenities that Fort Lauderdale and Miami have to offer. With a variety of Oakland Park homes and condos, there is plenty of real estate in Oakland Park to suit any budget or taste.
Parkland
Parkland Florida is a pristine city located in Broward County, bordering Palm Beach County and the Everglades wetlands preserve. Comprised of 12.8 square miles of “park-like” area, Parkland officials have strived to maintain the city’s natural charm by a litany of zoning laws to prevent over-development. Parkland Florida is one of the few cities in south Florida that has managed to maintain a small town atmosphere amidst the developmental explosion in the greater Fort Lauderdale area. With 9 parks of different varieties, Parkland is a city that actually demonstrates its nomenclature accurately. Parkland boasts a plethora of great dining, shopping, community activities, and amenities in addition to all of its raw natural appeal. Providing all of the qualities in a small town that is still only minutes to the amenities and entertainment of Fort Lauderdale makes Parkland Florida an important and unique city to call home.
Pembroke Pines
Pembroke Pines Florida is a long, narrow city in southern Broward County, adjacent to the Everglades and Hollywood Florida. A vibrant community with numerous beautifully landscaped parks, recreational facilities to enjoy outdoor activities, and access to the beaches of Hallandale Beach, Pembroke Pines is a true garden spot. Pembroke Pines also plays host to some of the best cultural entertainment, dining, and shopping in Broward County, which simply adds to its already remarkable appeal. Like much of Broward County, Pembroke Pines was predominately home to dairy farms and land until the mid-1900’s when the south Florida development boom occurred. Pembroke Pines has grown gracefully though into a scenic, attractive city filled with all of the amenities one could dream of wanting.
Plantation
Plantation Florida is a developing city of over 80,000 residents in the heart of Broward County, just west of the bustling metropolis of Fort Lauderdale. Originally, Plantation was born from the Everglades Plantation Company, hence the more simplistic title of “Plantation”, and the motto of the city of Plantation Florida is "The Grass is Greener”. Certain sections of Plantation Florida have even been a part of feature length popular films. Plantation has a very solid reputation for being one of the greenest cities in the country, let alone Florida, and has been named “Tree City USA” for 30 consecutive years. The main attraction of Plantation Florida is its “country” or small town atmosphere, which the city has strived to maintain throughout its fruition. Plantation Florida features some of the best local cafes and restaurants, mom and pop shops, and modern amenities, and is just minutes to all of the high-energy entertainment and activity of Fort Lauderdale Florida. Plantation Florida is truly the green gem of Broward County.
Pompano Beach
Pompano Beach is a growing town in Broward county, just north of Fort Lauderdale along the Atlantic Coast. Currently, the historic downtown district is being redeveloped, and the beach front is being revitalized in Pompano Beach, but Pompano is still one of the most popular places to visit and to live in the country. Pompano Beach is known for being named as one of the top real estate markets in the U.S., particularly to a high volume of vacation homeowners. With access to the Hillsboro Inlet, access to parks, beautiful white sand beaches, and a short distance from the Everglades Wetlands, Pompano Beach may be developing but is still an excellent place to enjoy outdoor living. Plus, Pompano Beach has some of the best local restaurants and shops, and access to any amenities.
Sea Ranch Lakes
Sea Ranch Lakes is a village located in Southern Florida. The village is beautiful and was named for the Sea Ranch Hotel that resided near the city. Sea Ranch Lakes is located on A1A and is surrounded by Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. The population is a small, but amazing 1,392 citizens as of the 2000 census. Most of Sea Ranch Lakes is a a gated residential community, but also contains a public shopping plaza and a private beach club for residents of the village.
Southwest Ranches
Southwest Ranches Florida is a small town in southwestern Broward County, situated right on the Everglades, about 15 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale. Incorporated in 2000 to preserve its small-town-like lifestyle, Southwest Ranches became its very own independent municipality, and did not succumb to annexation by Pembroke Pines as it was about to be. The lifestyle quality is truly what matters in Southwest Ranches Florida, and the town has set aside quite a few miles of green spaces for equestrian and recreational use. Southwest Ranches may be a self-proclaimed rural community, but this Broward County town still boasts all of the necessary amenities, along with plenty of great dining, shopping, and community activities. A true gem for equestrian and country living, Southwest Ranches is a town that breathes some small town life back into the hustle and bustle of urban Broward County, and is a superb sanctuary for residents and visitors alike.
Sunrise
Sunrise Florida is a developing city in western Broward County, situated right along the Everglades, just west of Fort Lauderdale. Virtually a rural, unknown area, Sunrise was not incorporated until 1961, largely due to its main attraction, the World Famous Upside-Down House. Today, Sunrise Florida is known for being home to the Sawgrass Mills Mall which is the fourth largest outlet mall in the country, and the Sunrise BB&T Center which is home to the NHL’s Florida Panthers. Sunrise was originally incorporated at Sunrise Golf Village, but the name was changed to the simple City of Sunrise in 1971. During the development boom in Broward County, Sunrise established a strong economic identity as a major business city by creating the Sawgrass International Corporate Park in 1990, which is comprised of 612 acres and is the largest corporate park in South Florida. Sunrise is one of the most important cities of Broward County Florida, and is overflowing with character, great amenities, superior shopping exploits, and unique restaurants. Over all, Sunrise Florida is the ideal place to call home.
Tamarac
Tamarac Florida is a modest city in Broward County, situated adjacent to the Everglades, and the cities of Coral Springs and Sunrise. Originally founded in the early 1960’s by mid-west developer, Kenneth E. Behring, Tamarac was originally designed to be a quaint adult active living community, named after the nearby Tamarac Country Club, which is now a part of Oakland Park Florida. Initially, Tamarac was meant to be protected as a mostly residential community, having annexed a significant amount of land to Fort Lauderdale, which might have served as a commercial area. Tamarac Florida is now a flourishing city with dynamic demographics, lots of entertainment and activities, plus great shopping and dining amenities. Near to great natural attractions like the Everglades and beautiful Fort Lauderdale beaches, as well as great night life and urban amenities, Tamarac Florida is a superb city to call home.
Weston
Weston Florida is a developing city in the heart of Broward County, bordering the Everglades, as well as Pembroke Pines and the town of Southwest Ranches. Like some other Broward communities, Weston Florida was a master-planned community, and has experienced perfectly balanced growth as a residential and commercial area, while still maintaining a family-oriented atmosphere. Established in 1996, Weston is the westernmost city in Broward County, and borders on the developmental boundary, meaning that it will not become overly developed. Money Magazine named Weston Florida the 19th city in America that is home to the “Biggest Earners” in 2010, and not much has changed since then. In 2006, Weston Florida was named the city with the best job growth in Florida, and ranked 18th in the nation. Everything about Weston Florida exudes prosperity and stability, in addition to the city’s small-town charm. Weston boasts all of the best dining, shopping, and amenities, and is also close to big natural attractions like the Everglades preserve, and several beach state parks along the Atlantic Coast in neighboring Broward County cities.
Wilton Manors
Wilton Manors Florida is well-developed city in the heart of Broward County known as the "Island City" since it is bordered by the Middle River on many sides. Like many of the Broward County cities incorporated during the mid-1900’s, Wilton Manors did not receive a very good start, however today the city is flourishing with culture, commerce, and entertainment. Home to the Colohatchee Nature Park, Wilton Manors has a large draw for those that enjoy the great outdoors at this gorgeous 9.3 acre park of boardwalks, a dog park, and recreational facilities. Wilton Manors offers a variety of other public parks, great local restaurants, lots of shopping ventures, and a great location near to all of the entertainment of Fort Lauderdale.