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Fort Lauderdale City Guide

Known for its extensive network of canals, Fort Lauderdale is a global boating hotspot. The boating industry contributes more than 100,000 jobs to the city’s economy – many of which involve manufacturing and maintaining yachts in the city’s 100+ marinas. The International Boat Show, the largest in the world, brings more than 125,000 people to Fort Lauderdale each year. Other major employers include AutoNational, DHL Express, Spirit Airlines and Tenet Healthcare. With more than 4,000 restaurants, 60+ golf courses, a dozen shopping malls, 132 nightclubs and 278 campsites, there’s no shortage of fun to be had in Fort Lauderdale.
  • Yacht Industry Careers
  • Beaches
  • Eclectic Shopping

Architecture and landmarks

2002 brought major redevelopments to Downtown Fort Lauderdale – today it’s home to a collection of new hotels and high-rise condo developments. Some of the most well-known buildings downtown include the Las Olas River House, 110 Tower, Broward Financial Center and New River Center. Considered one of the most architecturally authentic and eclectic streets for shopping and dining, Las Olas Boulevard runs from the city’s central business district to Fort Lauderdale Beach.

Fort Lauderdale is unique in its official program created to designate and recognize neighborhoods. According to the Neighborhood Organization Recognition initiative, there are more than 60 neighborhoods with official recognition. Another 25 to 30 have yet to be officially recognized but are displayed on official city maps.

Architecture and landmarks

Real Estate Market

Real Estate Market

Fort Lauderdale has 51,084 single-family homes and 30,250 condo units. Multi-family homes make up another 6,076 buildings in the residential real estate market. There are 4,136 coop units, 16 other residential properties, and more than 2,600 vacant lots.

The commercial market includes 5,209 commercial buildings, 2,258 industrial buildings, and another 549 buildings zoned for mixed use.

Real Estate Market

Public services

Transport

Local bus service is provided by Broward County Transit (BCT), connecting Fort Lauderdale to other cities in its metropolitan area. BCT also oversees Tri-Rail, a commuter rail system. Currently under development, The Wave electric streetcar system will further expand mass transit options in the city’s downtown core. Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport is the fastest growing international airport in the United States, while Port Everglades is the country’s 3rd busiest cruise port.

Schools

Broward County Public Schools oversees 23 public schools within the city of Fort Lauderdale. This includes 16 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high schools. Nine institutions of higher education are either based in Fort Lauderdale or have satellite campuses here. They include Florida Atlantic University, University of Phoenix and the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.

Health

Broward General Medical Center and Imperial Medical Point, both of which are operated by Broward Health, are the two main hospitals in the city. Broward General has 716 beds and has earned distinction as a Level I trauma center. It’s also the training hospital for both Nova Southeastern University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine and a number of area nursing programs. Imperial Point has 204 beds and includes a hyperbaric program.

Safety

In 2015 there were 1,217 violent crimes reported in Fort Lauderdale. The police department has 515 sworn police officers and another 195 non-sworn employees.

Things to do

Things to do

Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop is a massive indoor-outdoor flea market, home to the largest drive-in theater in the world. Other noteworthy shopping destinations include the Galleria indoor mall, To The Moon specialty and gift shop, and beachwear store Wings. Outdoors people are likely to be found at Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Its 180 acres include beaches, nature trails, canoeing opportunities and areas for both camping and picnicking.

Things to do

The arts and entertainment district of Fort Lauderdale runs along Las Olas Boulevard. Known as the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District, it includes the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

Things to do

Some of the city’s favorite restaurants are lined up on Las Olas Boulevard, like popular lunch spot Caffe Europa or Kilwin’s Ice Cream of Las Olas. Hoffman’s Chocolate is a must-visit for choco-holics, and foodies never miss La Bonne Crepe Restaurant. Bars and lounges on the boulevard include YOLO, American Social and the Royal Pig Pub.