Welcome to Fort Lauderdale
Tucked between Miami and West Palm Beach, this bustling city offers more than 50 neighborhoods to explore in the sunshine! Fort Lauderdale is the perfect blend of sand and city: its sea breeze and diverse landscape make it easy for residents to live a balanced, active life and raise a family.
What to Expect
This city has many distinct neighborhoods, each with its own real estate gems. Las Olas is considered the Beverly Hills of Fort Lauderdale, while Coral Ridge boasts golf course living. Rio Vista is a tranquil oasis, and Wilton Manors is the fashionable place to be with hip streets, cafes, and lofts. Classic estates with original wood flooring can be found in Victoria Park and Harbor Beach has villas in gated communities. Multi-million dollar waterfront properties and quaint cottages lend this city classic Floridian charm. Best of all, Fort Lauderdale has a home for any budget and taste.
What Not to Expect
Fort Lauderdale has a vibe unique to itself. Many Broward & Miami Dade locals have friendly debates over which county is superior. Take a tour & decide for yourself!
A stroll along the Riverwalk is a lovely way to spend the afternoon any day of the week, but on the first Sunday of the month residents gather with picnic baskets and blankets to enjoy Jazz Brunch. Tourists may travel from across the world to sunbathe at the beaches in Fort Lauderdale, but for residents there’s much more to the city than just the Atlantic Ocean beaches.There’s something for everyone from the Broward Center for the Arts’s Broadway shows and exciting concerts to waterfront brunch at the Wharf.
Victoria Park, Las Olas, Rio Vista