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Coral Springs

Coral Springs is a well-planned community, located 20 miles Northwest of Fort Lauderdale in Broward County, Florida. With a population that swelled to 134,394 by the 2020 U.S. Census, this principal city of the Miami metropolitan area is celebrated for its strict building codes, designed to preserve the city's unique visual charm and high standard of living.

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Coral Springs Real Estate Stats

Average Price $429K
Lowest Price $36.50
Highest Price $2.6M
Total Listings 136
Avg. Price/SQFT $215

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Coral Springs, Broward County Real Estate

The housing market in Coral Springs offers a wide range of options. Single-family homes dominate the landscape, showcasing a variety of architectural styles set against meticulously maintained lawns and common areas. These homes are complemented by an assortment of condominiums and townhouses, providing ample choices for those seeking a blend of community living and privacy. Coral Springs' dedication to maintaining its aesthetic appeal has resulted in neighborhoods that both look good and also foster a strong sense of community among its residents. The city's real estate is buoyed by its reputation for excellent livability, bolstered by incredible schools, a low crime rate, and family-friendly amenities.

Furthermore, Coral Springs is nearing its commercial build-out, presenting a unique opportunity for businesses and investors. The city's downtown area is undergoing extensive redevelopment, aiming to infuse it with a mix of retail, office, and residential spaces. This revitalization effort includes projects like "The Walk," and "Cornerstone Downtown Coral Springs," which promises to enhance the city's core with new residential towers, shopping, and entertainment options. With the demolition of the Coral Springs Financial Plaza, the city is making way for future growth, signaling a commitment to blending modernity with the community's cherished suburban feel.

Things To Do In Coral Springs, Florida

When it comes to leisure and recreation, Coral Springs shines. The city's parks and recreation department manages over 50 parks, including a water park and skate park, ensuring that residents of all ages have access to outdoor enjoyment and activities. For those interested in arts and culture, the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the Coral Springs Center for the Arts offer a plethora of exhibitions, classes, and performances. The city also takes pride in hosting numerous events throughout the year, such as the "Our Town" Festival, further enhancing the community's social facet.

As well, Coral Springs is a hub for sports enthusiasts and families alike. The regional Sportsplex offers facilities for a variety of sports, including tennis courts and ice rinks. For nature lovers, the city's conservation areas and parks, such as the expansive Sandy Ridge Sanctuary, provide a green escape within the urban environment. Being close to the Everglades, residents also enjoy easy access to one of the country's most remarkable natural landscapes. Coral Springs fundamentally prioritizes urban development and a commitment to green spaces in equal balance, ideal for both settling down and exploring Florida's environmental heritage. 

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