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Overview of Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach apartments for rent are located north of Ft. Lauderdale and east of the Florida Turnpike. The earliest inhabitants of Pompano Beach were the Tequesta Native Americans who lived in small villages near the water. The first train arrived in Pompano Beach in February of 1896, and from that point on, pioneers and settlers began arriving. Today, the population of Pompano Beach is 100,000 as recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Living in Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach apartments for rent are located in the heart of Florida's Golden Coast. Residents enjoy spending time at local beaches, which are said to have some of the warmest and clearest waters in the United States. Pompano Beach stretches for 150 yards from Sunset Lane to the Hillsboro Inlet.

Pompano apartments are also near several shopping centers, including the Pompano Market Place, the Sugar Chest Antique Mall, Hillsboro Antique Mall & Cafe, the Festival Flea Market Mall and Pompano Citi Center. The Festival Flea Market Mall is a favorite go-to shopping destination among residents.

Pompano Beach offers residents and visitors the opportunity to travel to popular points of destination throughout the city via public bus transportation. The City of Pompano Beach and Broward County Transit operate several fixed bus routes, making it easier for riders to commute to work and around town.

Pompano Beach Apartments and the Cost of Living

Pompano Beach apartments for rent are available to low- to moderate-income families and individuals through the city's Housing and Urban Improvement Program. The city partners with the Broward County Housing Authority work together to create a stable environment for residents to live, work and play.

According to AreaVibes, the cost of living for Pompano Beach residents is estimated to be 7.3 percent greater than the state average and 4.9 percent greater than the national average. Pompano Beach residents typically pay $3.67 for a gallon of gas, $5.12 for a cup of coffee and $8.00 for pizza, added the source.

Apartments in Pompano Beach Work and Study

Apartments for rent in Pompano Beach offer residents the opportunity to live and work among with top employers in Broward County, including AutoNation, JM Family Enterprises, Republic Services, Spherion Corp. and Citrix Systems. The leading industries in the greater Broward County are automation, computer technology and marine services.

Students living in apartments in Pompano Beach for rent have access to a number of post secondary institutions in and around the city. Florida College of Natural Health and Florida Barber Academy are both located within the city, while Keiser University, Broward College and Florida Atlantic University are all within a 10 mile radius outside the Pompano Beach city limits.