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Fort Lauderdale

Located on the southeastern coast of Florida, roughly 25 miles north of Miami, Fort Lauderdale is known for world-class attractions like Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, Beachfront Promenade, Las Olas Boulevard, and Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District. Nicknamed “Venice of America”, the city offers access to sandy beaches and waterfront restaurants. With a population of 180,124 based on 2019 census estimates, the city spans 36.3 square miles and has over 165 miles of water canals. It is the largest city in Broward County and serves as the county seat.

The housing market offers a wide range of options, including single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. Some of the most popular architectural styles in the city include Ranch, Bungalow, Contemporary, Modern, and Mediterranean. Most homes are situated on sizable lots with manicured lawns, tropical landscaping, and expansive driveways.

The city is made up of over 60 recognized neighborhoods, including:

  • Downtown Fort Lauderdale
  • Coral Ridge
  • Colee Hammock
  • Harbor Beach
  • Imperial Point
  • Las Olas Isles
  • Lauderdale Isles
  • Tarpon River
  • Victoria Park

No matter the neighborhood, residents enjoy a high quality of life with easy access to shops, restaurants, and cultural and entertainment venues. Popular attractions include the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, Museum of Discovery & Science, International Swimming Hall of Fame and Yellow Green Farmers Market. Other amenities include the Fort Lauderdale Country Club and Lauderdale Isles Club to meet other homeowners who share their interests.

There are over 150 public and private schools in and around the city. Notable educational institutions located in the Fort Lauderdale area include Broward College, Keiser University, and Nova Southeastern University.

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