Fort Lauderdale Beach

Fort Lauderdale Beach neighborhood is technically Central Beach, but you won’t hear anyone say, “lets’ go to Central Beach!” Fort Lauderdale Beach real estate is mixed with condominiums, hotel condominiums and a few townhouses scattered along the way but the stretch of Beach From Sunrise Blvd north to 1st direct oceanfront building is primarily single family homes. There is a lot of new development going on in Fort Lauderdale Beach, so now is the time to get in on the action! The entire North Beach Village will be completely transformed over the next decade. Plans of building a street similar to Lincoln Road is currently underway. It’s an exciting time to live and invest in Fort Lauderdale.

Fort Lauderdale Beach is becoming an area of high development! There is a lot of new construction going on and the area will be completely transformed. It started with the ocean front land and is now starting to move to the western part of the beach. Plans of creating a small version of “Lincoln Road” is underway. Development is reaching the intracoastal side with projects like 32one At Waters Edge and to the interior with Gale boutique Hotel & Residences.

Fort Lauderdale Beach Location

It shouldn’t be too hard for anyone to find Fort Lauderdale Beach, since it is one of the largest tourist destinations in the area! However, it is on the east island that stretches from the Harbor Beach Neighborhood at Burnham Point north to Oakland Park Blvd bordering Lauderdale Beach and Galt Mile neighborhoods. With, just about instant access from your home to the beach, the location can’t get much better especially  if you love the sandy beach, ocean views and spectacular sunrises. The Island is accessible by several draw bridges, most notable, The Las Olas Draw Bridge and of course the island is accessible by boat. There are over 2 miles of public beach here that is monitored by ocean rescue, starting in the south from “south beach” also known as Fort Lauderdale Beach Park.

Fort Lauderdale Beach is host to a number of marinas. Most famous, Bahai Mar which was originally a WWII Coast Guard base that was decommissioned after the war. The City acquired the land and began construction on Bahai Mar in 1949. Other attractions in Central Beach include the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Bonnet House Museum, The Gallery at Beach Place, and the largest in water boat show, Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

There is a lot of new construction going on, on Fort Lauderdale Beach with condo buildings like Paramount Beach Residences, Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences and Auberge Beach Residences. In recent years, hotel condominiums have become more popular here and in other large city’s. These type of units offer the best of both worlds and primarily cater to temporary residents. There are now several luxury high end buildings to choose from and they offer amazing amenities but that will certainly drive up the HOA bill!

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