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Coral Springs FL, 33065
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Coral Springs, FL
Overview of Coral Springs
Coral Springs is a great city. In fact, it was hailed as the 44th best place to live in the United States in 2010. The Sunshine State provides the perfect backdrop for this town with a very distinctive South Florida feel. The city is picturesque, with strict building codes in place that were created to uphold the current aesthetic appeal. There are only a handful of tall buildings in the area, allowing Coral Springs’ approximately 126,000 residents to enjoy unobstructed views of the beautiful Florida sky.
Located just 20 miles northwest of vibrant Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs is hailed as one of the most livable, family-friendly cities in South Florida. In a contest in 1995, “Know It, Live It, Love It” was declared the city’s new slogan. And that’s just what residents do - they genuinely enjoy the city’s energetic, young atmosphere.
Living in Coral Springs, FL
The land that houses Coral Springs used to be nothing more than marshy wetlands. Henry Lyons cleared the land in the early 20th century to build a bean and cattle farm, which was later destroyed when a series of hurricanes re-flooded the area. After it was re-drained and canals and levees were installed, a land development firm purchased the land and built a residential community during the real estate boom in South Florida after World War II.
Known as “the City in the Country,” the area boasts a very politically liberal community, with many young families eager to rent Coral Springs apartments. Families make up 77.5 percent of the population, and only 17 percent of homes housing an individual over the age of 65. There are apartments to choose from in downtown Coral Springs, as well as more residential options in neighborhoods very close by.
Coral Springs Work and Study
Although there are no major universities in the Coral Springs city limits, the surrounding area is home to Florida Atlantic University, Broward College, and Palm Beach State College. Students willing to have a slightly longer commute are well-situated to attend one of the numerous options available in the metropolis of Miami, located about 42 miles away. Coral Springs also has a large public school system for younger students, receiving a GreatSchools city rating of 7 out of 10.
If you’re looking for employment, Coral Springs has numerous opportunities in management, sales, and office occupations, with 67 percent of the population working in these fields. South Florida is also home to a number of Fortune 500 companies, including Office Depot, AutoNation and World Fuel Services.
Rentals in Coral Springs, FL and Cost of Living
The Coral Springs rental market is mostly made up of rental houses, with prices known to be higher than the state average in Florida, but not as high as nearby Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, the median gross rent for the city is $947. Properties are available for rent in downtown Coral Springs as well as in neighborhoods around the city, like Brentwood Village, Ramblewood East and Cypress Run.
Coral Springs Attractions and Special Events
Coral Springs’ largest attraction is its enormous 182-acre Sportsplex, which is home to the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex, Coral Springs Tennis Center, Incredible Ice Twin Ice Rinks, the Dr. Steven G. Paul Dog Park, and the Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital. Many members of past United States Olympic teams have trained in these facilities.
The city also holds an annual 5K Remembrance Run on September 11th, starting and finishing at the September 11th Memorial site at the Northwest Regional Library, which honors local heroes who lost their lives during the terrorist attack.
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