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Overview of Plantation

Located in sunny, tropical southeastern Florida, Plantation is an ideal community for those who seek the South Florida lifestyle and want to engage in year-round activities like golfing, walking outdoors and heading to the beach. It's no wonder that the city's motto, capturing the idyllic location, is "The grass is greener." The large suburb of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach metropolitan area is home to a close-knit community of about 85,000 people who enjoy the cultural attractions in their home environment. When you make Plantation apartments your new home, you'll instantly feel welcome.

Plantation Apartments & Cost of Living

South Florida has one of the most sought after housing markets in the country, so it's no surprise that apartments in Plantation FL are in high demand. Although the cost of living index here is above the national average, AreaVibes still awarded Plantation an "Exceptionally Livable" livability score of 80 because of the easy access to groceries, shopping, schools and public transportation. Here, residents can expect to pay very reasonable prices for their necessities. It is possible to find one bedroom Plantation FL apartments starting around $900. Price goes up depending on the amount of space, bedrooms, and the level of luxury you prefer.

Living in Plantation

Plantation was discovered when Ponce de Leon came upon southern Florida in 1513 in search of the Fountain of Youth, so it's only fitting that many people search for Plantation apartments to experience the young, rejuvenating qualities of the region. The small community had rapid growth in the 1940s during the South Florida population boom, and today, new residents still relocate here to take advantage of the thriving suburb's attractive climate and lifestyle.

If you're looking for something to do here, check out the Plantation Botanical Gardens, the Wine, Jazz and Taste of Plantation festival or run along one of Plantation's beautiful nature trails. What's more, Fort Lauderdale, one of the most vibrant cities in the area, is located right next door to Plantation and provides many opportunities for waterfront and outdoor recreation alike.