Life in East Fort Lauderdale puts you in the heart of one of the nation’s most stunning and exciting waterfront cities. From economics to quality-of-life to sustainability,
Fort Lauderdale is consistently recognized as a leading U.S. city.
Yesterday: Sleepy Seaside town of retirees and seasonal vacationers.
Today: A vibrant, year-round home for a luxurious life on the water!
Fort Lauderdale is home to world-class shopping, luxury beachfront resorts, and a selection of the area’s best nightlife.
Broward County has 23 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, beautiful beaches, and 300 miles of navigable waterways, earning it the nickname, “the Venice of America”.
A tropical paradise, Fort Lauderdale boasts over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year, and the average yearly temperature is 76˚.
Here, your palate is your only limit – Fort Lauderdale is home to an array of global eateries ranging from intimate cafes to world-renowned steakhouses.
There’s something for everyone: museums, performing arts venues, art galleries, professional sports, and international events.
Fort Lauderdale is centrally located in South Florida with easy access to an international airport, area seaports and sister cities West Palm Beach and Miami.
Known as the “Yachting Capital of the World” residents can enjoy a waterfront lifestyle, engaging in a variety of water sports including sailing, boating, cruising, kayaking, and SCUBA diving all year around.
At the center of Fort Lauderdale is a dynamic business center that supports a diverse range of industries, including tech start-ups, marine, manufacturing, finance, insurance, real estate, and aerospace.
Broward County has an array of real estate options for buyers to choose from, offering high-end condominiums, luxury townhomes, and expansive waterfront estates.
Arrange your private appointment with an AquaBlu representative to discuss pre-construction buying opportunities