Coral Springs is a city in Broward County, Florida, located about 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale. Residents of Coral Springs also have easy access to Miami and Hollywood, Florida.
A master-planned city with strict building codes, it?s an aesthetically pleasing community that?s been lauded for its livability, family-friendly feel and low crime rate. The population of Coral Springs has grown rapidly in recent decades and, as a result, the city has added many new amenities, including parks, shopping centers, a museum and a theater.
Commuters in Coral Springs access the greater Miami-Fort Lauderdale area by car via area major Interstates (I-75, I-95 and I-595); U.S. Highways 1, 27 and 441; and the Florida Turnpike. They also use Broward County Transit bus lines and the Metrobus. Miami International Airport (MIA) and Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airpot (FLL) are both under 45 minutes away.
Renting in Coral Springs, FL
Apartments for rent in Coral Springs carry middle-of-the-road costs for a Fort Lauderdale suburb. Renters get a decent amount of space for their money and have access to the amenities of the Fort Lauderdale.
Coral Springs Attractions
- Our Town Festival ? This annual festival features a parade, car show, rides and concerts.
- Broward Center for the Performing Arts ? Take in a musical, symphony, dance performance or opera at this large theater and entertainment complex.
- Mega Green Market ? This outdoor farmers market and craft fair runs year-round, every Saturday.
- Major Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (National Football League), Florida Panthers (National Hockey League), Miami Heat (National Basketball Association) and Miami Marlins (Major League Baseball).
Fresh produce on sale at the weekly Mega Green Market is popular with locals. (Photo courtesy of Coral Springs Talk)
One of the vintage cars on display at the 2014 Coral Springs Car Show, which draws auto enthusiasts from around the state. (Photo courtesy of Coral Springs Talk)