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Fort Lauderdale

The city of Fort Lauderdale in Broward County, Florida lies along the Atlantic coastline between metropolitan Miami to the south and Palm Beach to the north. After being home to a major U.S. air base during World War II, the city experienced its first major population boom in the postwar era when returning servicemen made it their home. Today, Fort Lauderdale is a principal city in the South Florida metropolitan area, with a diverse population, a bustling downtown commercial and cultural center and over 60 officially-recognized neighborhoods within its borders. The city is home to several colleges and universities including The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.

Weston

The city of Weston in Broward County, Florida is a family-oriented master-planned community that strives to serve the needs of each and every resident. Weston's well-managed growth has made it one of South Florida's most desirable communities for both people and corporations. Located on the border of the sprawling, protected Everglades National Park, Weston's neighbors include the community of Sunrise to the north and the cities of Fort Lauderdale and Plantation.

Lighthouse Point

Bordered by Deerfield Beach to the north, Pompano Beach to the west and south and by the Intracoastal Waterway to the east, Lighthouse Point is a small, affluent city in northeastern Broward County, Florida. The city's name refers to the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse located in the nearby town of Hillsboro Beach, a symbol of the picturesque and peaceful lifestyle that residents enjoy.

Miami Beach

With miles of radiant beaches surrounded by parks, golf courses, world-class dining, shopping, arts and culture, if there is a heartbeat to Miami's barrier-island communities, Miami Beach is it. A ribbon of Atlantic sand marks one side of the 7-square mile city. On the other side is Biscayne Bay, overlooking the islands of Miami's Intracoastal Waterway. The history of Miami Beach not only reflects the history of Southern Florida, but also the revitalization of the area that began in the 1920s and 1930s and resumed in the late 1980s.

Sunny Isles Beach

The city of Sunny Isles Beach is located on a barrier island in northeast Miami-Dade County, Florida, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Centrally located, this growing resort area of high-rise hotels and condominiums is minutes from the popular upscale South Florida communities of Bal Harbour to the south and Aventura to the north and west. If your idea of Florida is a luxurious strip of white sand and high-rise condominium and resort living that caters to your every whim, Sunny Isles Beach is the Florida for you.

Bal Harbour

Bal Harbour is a small, affluent village located between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean in northern Miami-Dade County. With the ocean on two sides, Miami's barrier island beaches to the south, and just a step across the bridge to Florida's Haulover Park, when you're in Bal Harbour you're never far from sand and surf. Heading down Collins Avenue brings you through family-friendly Surfside, with all of the sophistication of South Beach just beyond.

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