Victoria Park

 Victoria Park Sign in Fort Lauderdale Florida

Victoria Park Sign in Fort Lauderdale Florida

 Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale Florida

Victoria Park Fort Lauderdale Florida

Victoria Park is an eclectic neighborhood conveniently located near downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Developed in the 1930s, Victoria Park has evolved and now features a wide variety of different homes.
Victoria Park homes range from multi-million dollar estates to affordable condos.
The neighborhood has a mix of single-family homes, townhomes and condos.
The popularity of this area is due to its diversity and convenient location.

Victoria Park is located east of Federal Highway/US1, South of Sunrise Boulevard, and North of Broward Boulevard.
Victoria Park homes are within walking distance to Holiday Park, which features tennis courts, an exercise trail, walking paths, baseball field and more. Fine and casual dining, museums, shopping, entertainment and more are only minutes away.

RIO VISTA

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The Rio Vista neighborhood is an affluent community of over 1,000 homes, situated next to downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Its name means "River View" in Spanish. It is one of the oldest communities in Fort Lauderdale and features tree-lined streets, sidewalks and unique architecture.

At the close of World War I, Ft. Lauderdale had approximately 2,000 residents. An era of prosperity and new transportation in the 1920s allowed Fort Lauderdale to begin the migration from an agricultural community to a resort town. Residential areas, such as Rio Vista and Colee Hammock, began to develop. The first plat of the area was recorded by Mary Brickell (wife of William Brickell) of Miami and major landholder. Upon her death, the land was purchased by C.J. Hector, who began his "River View" development. By February 1923, the Ft. Lauderdale Herald (now the Sun Sentinel) reported that Rio Vista was booming, with over 5,000 feet of sidewalk laid and streetlights were installed.

The land boom reached its zenith by 1925, when Ft. Lauderdale's population reached 16,000. On September 18, 1926, the coast of South Florida was devastated by the 1926 Miami Hurricanewhich put the area into a depression, three years before the rest of the country entered its economic depression. With the onset of World War II, thousands of servicemen discovered this area and settled here after the war. Rio Vista development began again, and today, the area reflects the history.

The community is bounded by Federal Highway (U.S. 1) on the west, bordered on the east by the Intracoastal Waterway, south of the New River and north of SE 12th Street (north of the neighborhoods of Harbordale and Lauderdale Harbours.)

coral ridge

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 Coral Ridge Fort Lauderdale

Coral Ridge Fort Lauderdale

Coral Ridge Fort Lauderdale is neighborhood conveniently tucked in between the two major roadways of Sunrise Boulevard and Commercial Boulevard. It consists of several dry lot Coral Ridge homes and a collection of properties with an excellent and quiet waterfront location. Coral Ridge is also where you’ll find the Coral Ridge Country Club which contains luxury golf estates and the verdant Gramercy Park. The city of Oakland Park, Hugh Taylor Park and Lauderdale-by-the-Sea are some of the sights and areas close to Coral Ridge.

The majority of Coral Ridge real estate that you come across will be surrounded by some kind of body of water. On top of the wonderful environment you’ll also be able to reach conveniences like a Whole Foods Market to the east and the small waterfront George English Park by driving south along Bayview Drive. In addition to the classic Galleria mall, Fort Lauderdale International Airport can be reached in about fifteen minutes from Coral Ridge.

FLAGLER VILLAGE

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