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Hallandale, FL Real Estate History
Hallandale Beach Florida has a lot to be proud of. Not only is this community beautiful, but it has a lot of attractions to keep you entertained. The city is perhaps best known for its Thoroughbred horse racing.
Next to Louisville, Florida boasts some of the best horse racing in the country and one of the most popular tracks happens to be Gulfstream Park located in Hallandale. Gulfstream Park hosts the Florida Derby, just one of the many races that Kentucky Derby hopefuls participate in before heading back home to Kentucky. In addition to horse racing, the Hollywood Greyhound Track is also in the area and features dog racing for six months of the year. Slot machine gambling has also recently been approved in the city.
In addition to horse racing, Hallandale is also a great vacation destination and has been for decades, particularly to those from Quebec looking to escape the cold winters. In fact, so many Canadians visit the city that it has gained the nickname of the "southernmost Canadian City." A number of these Canadian visitors have also retired in the Hallandale area to find comfort in a year round summer.
Hallandale Beach also boasts a rich history. The city was first home to the Seminole Indians. It was also a small farming and trading community in the early 1900s. The city was incorporated on May 14, 1927 and at that time boasted 1,500 residents with electricity and street lights.
Hallandale Beach real estate has grown a lot since this time. Today, the city is so large that it practically blends in with surrounding Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood areas. The city definitely has a home town feel despite being very progressive. The lifestyle in Hallandale Beach is similar to other lifestyles in the South Florida area and the condo boom has definitely hit.
There are numerous Hallandale Beach luxury condos and oceanfront condos available in the area. These provide a lifestyle like no other featuring properties such as Beach Club I, Beach Club II and Beach Club III in addition to Hemispheres Hallandale and the Ocean Marine Yacht Club Hallandale. These condos provide amazing condo options and amenities from private marinas to marble flooring, whirlpool tubs and floor to ceiling glass windows. No matter which condo you choose, you're going to be walking into the lap of luxury that only reiterates that, "Yes, you are looking at the beachfront condo of your dreams."
Sunny Isles Miami Real Estate News & Blog Posts
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