Explore Fort Lauderdale With Helen Surovek

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The residential crowd is made up of…people from all cultures and backgrounds. It is an international destination not only for the beautiful beaches, but for the fine cuisine, world-class shopping, vibrant cultural activities, and a truly magnificent waterfront community.

The community vibe is…up to you! The Fort Lauderdale area provides theater, nightlife, and great restaurants. Or, feel free to just sit back, relax, and listen to the sounds of the sea.

The lifestyle offered is…exceptional and can accommodate everyone’s taste. Different neighborhoods offer different lifestyles––walking, biking, boating, etc.

The most popular building type you’ll find is…a blend of Mediterranean and Old Spanish styles along with sleek, contemporary designs of modern architecture.

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The average home price is…

It varies from the median price of $365,000 up to $32,000,000.

The area’s greatest highlight is…

The most desirable area is waterfront living to dock a mega yacht or just to enjoy a fabulous view.

The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…The Keys all the way down to Key West where you can see “Hemingway’s Estate,” Universal Studios and Disney World in Orlando with the kids, Sanibel Island for a relaxing weekend, and South Beach for the action.

The best spots to dine fancily are…The Capital Grille at the Galleria Mall for truffle fries and a solid martini. Or, try Bravo on 17th Street Causeway, where everything is homemade and wonderful for the palette. Our 24-hour diner on East Las Olas Boulevard is world famous. Market 17 on 17th Street near Port Everglades offers a great atmosphere and fabulous food selections and cocktails served on white table cloths.

Bravo Ristorante

Bravo Ristorante

The best place to get pampered and stay healthy is…

Pop into Miami for health consultations from specialists that will give the best attention and know how as well as for hair coloring and other treatments.

The best spot to find entertainment is…Las Olas Boulevard.

The best spot to go shopping is…Las Olas Boulevard, Galleria Mall, or nearby Town Center at Boca Raton. Also, just 45 minutes north at Palm Beach, there is Worth Avenue shopping that is worth the drive!

The best place to tee off is…at the local pub, or try a golf membership with Lago Mar.

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