Broward County is not Miami-Dade County to the south, but it is a major commercial, cultural, and luxury condo hub of Florida. The second most populous county in Florida and the 17th most populous in the USA, Broward County makes up a major portion of the Miami Metropolitan Area. As a result of this, Broward County is one of the top destinations in the state to find luxury condos, single family homes, and gated communities to fit your lifestyle. The entire county measures 1,322 square miles in total, with the urbanized area measuring 427 square miles and the conservation area along the border of Collier County taking up 796 total square miles. With this focus on conservation in Broward County, in combination with its population, means Broward County is very efficiently laid out and features quite a few flagship urban areas, such as Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Hollywood, Dania Beach, and Coral Springs.
Broward County has a rich Native American history, particularly the Tequesta Tribe, that dates back almost 12,000 years. Settled by the Seminole Tribe in the years following World War Two, the area saw an influx of development and urbanization soon after. Broward County is home to the Hollywood International Airport, often a more popular airport destination than nearby Miami International. Hollywood is also home to Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, and countless other casinos, racetracks, theme parks, and major entertainment events.
Broward County offers a wide range of luxury property types to fit your budget and lifestyle. For Example, Fort Lauderdale is often referred to as “The Venice of the Americas” and features thousands of miles canals and waterfront properties that are lines with luxury condos and single family homes. West of I-95, the communities of Coral Springs and Coral Ridge have seen an influx of commercial and business activity in recent years. As a result, there has been an influx of luxury condos and property options for those seeking a more spread out lifestyle away from the bustling beaches and urban centers. The natural beauty of Broward County is accentuated through the many parks and conservation areas across the county, such as the Flamingo Gardens, Anne Kolb Nature Center, and Butterfly World.
No longer considered a suburb of Miami, Broward County is truly considered as a key component of the Miami Metropolitan area and has emerged as its own destination for luxury condos, single family homes, and gated communities.