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    Area Information
    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    Area Information

    Fort Lauderdale is a large city located in the center of Broward County, Florida, north of Miami-Dade County and south of Palm Beach County. Fort Lauderdale offers year-around sunshine, miles of public beach, great dining and shopping, plus waterways filled with paddle boarders, kayakers and boaters.

    The Fort Lauderdale lifestyle is oriented around the outdoors and the sun. Going to a beach and relaxing by a pool are year-round activities. Festivals, restaurants, shopping and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts are all found downtown. Nearby, a landscaped pedestrian Riverwalk extends along New River, connecting to Las Olas Boulevard, a tree-lined street full of outdoor cafes and shops.

    Commuting from Fort Lauderdale to jobs in Miami to the south, or in Boca Raton to the north, is easy. While the Tri-Rail commuter rail line offers service to both cities, many residents prefer to drive. Commutes average 30 minutes in the region, with key corridors being I-95 and Florida?s Turnpike. A great convenience to residents is the proximity of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, which is no more than 30 minutes away from any point in the city.

    Renting in Fort Lauderdale

    The most expensive and sought after apartments for rent in Fort Lauderdale are in the neighborhoods closest to downtown and the beaches. Typically, inventory is high and apartments are loaded with amenities. Apartments with views of the ocean or within walking distance of a beach are generally at the top of the price range. You might want to search in nearby communities that typically have slightly lower rents, such as Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Plantation and Dania Beach. Sports favorites in the Fort Lauderdale region Miami Marlins ? Miami?s Major League Baseball team plays in downtown Miami, about 40 minutes south. Miami Dolphins ? Miami's National League Football team plays at Sun Life stadium, just south in Miami Gardens. Miami Heat ? Fans of Miami's National Basketball Association team head to downtown Miami to see games at American Airlines Arena. Florida Panthers ? Hockey fans drive about 30 minutes west to see the local National Hockey League team take to the ice at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.

    Fort Lauderdale's beach . (Photo courtesy of Milei.Vencel)

    New River, the historic heart of Fort Lauderdale. (Phtoo courtesy of Tia_inspirativa.)  

    Facts : Fort Lauderdale, FL
    • Population 165,521
    • Square Miles 31.73
    • Population Density 5,216.71
    • Median Age 42
    • Median Household Income $50,648
    • Per Capita Income $36,220
    • Median Rent $897
    • Median Rent As Percent of Income 33%
    • Percent Renters 42%

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