Downtown Fort Lauderdale
Downtown Ft Lauderdale offers variety in every sense of the word. Downtown properties range in style from 40 story condo buildings with river and ocean views to New York style loft apartments. Ft Lauderdale is home to many desirable condo buildings with panoramic views including Las Olas Grand, Las Olas Riverhouse, The Watergarden, and The Esplanade, to name a few. Most of these condo buildings include an array of amenities including gyms, resort style pools, theatre rooms, libraries, business centers and even a concierge. Downtown Ft Lauderdale also offers plenty of shopping, museums, nightclub/bar entertainment, and some of the finest dining establishments in South Florida – most within walking distance. In addition, the Atlantic Ocean and it’s miles of beaches are only 2 miles away. Contact us today to make downtown Ft Lauderdale your next place to call home.
In addition to the condos in Ft Lauderdale, there are several residential neighborhoods that surround Downtown Fort Lauderdale that offer a convenient location and a short commute to restaurants and Ft Lauderdale Beach. The neighborhoods mostly consist of charming single family homes in established communities. Several local Ft Lauderdale neighborhoods include:
Flamingo Park is a residential community positioned just West of I-95, South of Davie Blvd. Many
homes within the community of Flamingo Park are located on the water with ocean access. Flamingo
Park is yet another Fort Lauderdale community that serves as an affordable option to waterfront living.
Positioned adjacent to Flamingo Park, on the opposite side of I-95, lies a cozy neighborhood called Shady Banks. Shady Banks offers a tree lined residential neighborhood which consists of mostly "mature" ranch style homes. There are also many homes that have been either remodeled or torn down to make way for new homes.
The historic community of Croissant Park is located in Fort Lauderdale just south of Las Olas and minutes from the Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Croissant Park’s history goes back about fifty years. The community's Administration Building is considered one of Fort Lauderdale’s historic sites and has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Many of the homes feature Old-Florida architectures with many modern upgrades.
The Riverland neighborhood is a large, eclectic area in Northwest Fort Lauderale that includes other smaller neighborhoods but is known collectively as Riverland. There are large, new estates on the river, one-of-a-kind architectural masterpieces on small canals in a tropical forest, or smaller, mid-century homes on quiet streets.Riverland is only 2 minutes away from I-95 and convenient to what Fort Lauderdale has to offer.