Greater Fort Lauderdale
Find your version of a blissful lifestyle in Greater Fort Lauderdale, as the area offers a plethora of welcoming, unique neighborhoods. The region is also a haven for everything outdoors, as the average year-round temperature in Fort Lauderdale is 75.5 degrees.
Sure, residents and visitors are drawn to the beaches – 23 miles of white sand along the Atlantic Ocean – but the region has so much more to offer. Nicknamed the “Yachting Capital of the World,” Fort Lauderdale has 100 marinas that house more than 40,000 private yachts. Broward County is also home to more than 50 regional parks, neighborhood parks and natural areas that total more than 6,500 acres. After a fun-filled day at play, get ready for a fun night out in Greater Fort Lauderdale, which offers over 4,000 restaurants and 100 nightclubs.
But it’s not all play in sunny Florida. Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts thriving technology, life sciences, financial services, manufacturing and aviation industries. The region added more than 100,000 jobs between 2010 and 2020.
Livability Greater Fort Lauderdale is sponsored by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance.
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