The Victoria Park neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale, Florida is located on the eastern edge of Downtown Fort Lauderdale – Specifically East of US1 (Federal Highway) and between Sunrise Blvd to the North and Broward Blvd to the South. If you take Broward Blvd as far East as possible past US1, you’ll find yourself entering the neighborhood where Broward Blvd eventually curves and turns into Victoria Park Road – A main north to south artery through the entire neighborhood. Along this stretch of road, on the right, you’ll notice a park (we’ll cover more on that later) and some waterfront properties
Sunrise Key and Sunrise Intracoastal are two distinct neighborhoods located directly across the water from one another.  Commonly referred to as the Sunrise neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale, these communities are not to be confused with the city of Sunrise, which is a suburb in Broward County about 25 minutes west. The island of Sunrise Key is accessible via a single and discreet, gated road which is aptly named Sunrise Key Blvd.  The island is located at the very eastern edge of Victoria Park, south of Sunrise Blvd and north of the Las Olas Isles.  Sunrise Key is known to have
Coral Ridge is a popular Fort Lauderdale neighborhood just northeast of downtown. It consists of approximately 1,300+ properties. While there are some condos, duplexes and townhouses in Coral Ridge, the majority of homes are single family properties that sit on nicely sized lots. Bayview Elementary School is highly rated and is a strong selling point for the community. The community is located in between Sunrise Blvd to the south, Oakland Blvd to the north … And in between the Intracoastal Waterway (east) and Middle River / US1 to the west. Bayview Drive runs through the center of Coral Ridge from
Bermuda Riviera is an exclusive, gated community of about 250 single family homes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The neighborhood is located on the barrier island north of Oakland Park Blvd and south of Commercial Blvd and bordered by the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and A1A to the east. The popular Coral Ridge Country Club is directly west, across the Intracoastal Waterway. Built in the 1960’s, Bermuda Riviera is most known for its tree lined streets, secure guardhouse entrance and large lots. The waterfront homes that comprise the majority of the neighborhood feature deep water ocean access and no fixed
The neighborhood of Tarpon River (also has a river named after it) is bordered on the north and west by the New River, on the south by Davie Blvd and is west of Andrews Ave. The Tarpon River, as it’s name suggests, runs directly through the community which features heavily shaded canopies of mature trees and lush vegetation. Located just across the River (to the north) is the Broward Center for Performing Arts, the Museum of Discovery and Science, Esplanade Park and more. Due to the many waterfront homes along the New River, Tarpon River is a popular neighborhood for
Victoria Park is a popular neighborhood bordered by Sunrise Blvd to the north and Broward Blvd to the South – And on the east side of Federal Highway. The homes in the neighborhood are extremely diverse – And include single family homes, condominiums, townhouses and some waterfront properties. The shaded tree lines combined with the diverse architecture offer a small town feel but with the convenience of being within minutes of Las Olas Blvd, downtown and Fort Lauderdale Beach. One of the reasons why Victoria Park is highly sought after for families, is because a public park – Holiday Park
The Rio Vista neighborhood, just south of downtown Fort Lauderdale and Las Olas Blvd, is comprised of about 1,000 homes. Located on the south side of the New River and north of SE 12st St (Davie Blvd turns into SE 12st St once you cross east over Federal Highway) – And from east to west bordered by Federal Highway and the Stranahan River / Intracoastal Waterway. Because the neighborhood is bordered by 2 large waterways, it’s popular for those in the boating and yachting community who seek deep water docking and quick ocean access with no fixed bridges. Many of
Fort Lauderdale Beach is a world famous destination known for it’s beachfront array of restaurants, shops, outdoor cafes, luxury hotels and entertainment venues which complement the miles of pristine, sandy beaches and crystal clear water. Love people watching? The beachfront promenade along A1A is the perfect place for this. Love staying active? A wide variety of activities include boating, wind surfing, volleyball, playgrounds for children, snorkeling, scuba diving, basketball, barbecue grills and more. Interested in a beachfront condo, home or apartment? There’s no shortage of options ranging from quaint apartments to luxury high rises with million dollar views of the
If you’re looking for a high rise condo on or near the riverfront in downtown Fort Lauderdale, there are a variety of options on both the north and south sides of the New River. Regardless of which side of the river you’re on, you are just steps away from the endless dining, shopping and entertainment options on Las Olas Boulevard. If you’re looking to be as close to the action as possible, with your residence located directly on Las Olas Boulevard, you’ll want to be on the north side of the river. If you prefer to be slightly distanced by
Flagler Village was once an industrial warehouse district that in recent years, has seen explosive growth.  It’s now home to a variety of art studios, restaurants, bars, breweries and homes.  There’s no shortage of residential options in Flagler Village: Plenty of townhomes, New York City style lofts, mid-rise and high-rise luxury apartment rentals and condos. The trendy Flagler Village neighborhood, located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, is just north of Las Olas Blvd and Broward Blvd, south of Sunrise Blvd.  For a map of the neighborhood, click here. A popular recurring event in Flagler Village (pre COVID) has been the ArtWalk. 
The Downtown Fort Lauderdale district is defined by the city of Fort Lauderdale primarily from the Broward Center for the Performing Arts (the westernmost end of Las Olas Blvd), east to Federal Highway – And from Sistrunk Blvd and NE 4th St in Flagler Village, south to Davie Blvd. For a map of the exact boundaries, click here. Generally speaking, there are surrounding neighborhoods that technically sit outside of the Downtown Development Authority lines, but they are often considered to be downtown by many. Running through the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, running mostly parallel to each other, are two
The Las Olas Isles are one of the most well known and sought after neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale. The neighborhood is located directly off Las Olas Boulevard, just west of the Intracoastal waterway and Fort Lauderdale Beach. From this neighborhood, head east on Las Olas Boulevard and you’ll be in the heart of the shopping, entertainment and downtown districts. The Las Olas Isles consists of man-made finger islands on the north and south sides of Las Olas Boulevard, with a mix of waterfront estates and low to mid rise luxury condos. Because all properties in the Las Olas Isles are

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