Fort Lauderdale Neighborhoods

Greater Fort Lauderdale is home to more than two dozen distinct communities. Drew Becker Real Estate is a guide to finding the right community for you to call home. 

You can use these listings to plan an afternoon outing, explore restaurant and hotel options and find fun things to do. Or just wander until you think you’ve found your niche.

What’s your perfect day?

Start your morning sipping on Cuban coffee, then head to the beach to watch the sunrise.

Whether you prefer the serene, quiet of Dania Beach and Hollywood or the live music nightlife at Elbo Room on Fort Lauderdale beach, there’s a walkable beachfront community just for you.

If you’re here year-round or a snowbird flying South for the winter, stop by the stalls at the green market in Pompano Beach for gorgeous produce and artisan goods. Open-air shopping and dining options are plentiful all year. The Promenade at Coconut Creek boasts dozens of brand-name stores, plus restaurants and boutiques.

Is it time to get out of the sun for a bit? No need to go back to your room. Why not try your luck at the slots or the tables? If casinos aren’t your thing, the large antique mall in Cooper City is sure to impress. Kids and the young at heart can cool off with glow-in-the-dark mini-golf in Coral Springs or Miramar. And animal lovers always make new friends at the nature center in Coral Springs.  

Wilton Manors is proud to be a LGBTQ+ community celebrating and supporting hundreds of gay-owned and operated hotels, restaurants, clubs, and art galleries.

Explore the Neighborhoods of Greater Fort Lauderdale

Each of the 31 cities and towns are unique, offering its own brand of diversity, vibrant culture, and sense of home to the community. From the breathtaking coastline of the Atlantic Ocean to the expansive Florida Everglades, these cities, each in their own way, make Broward County the best place to live, work and play. 

Drew will help you find your Fort Lauderdale your home on your budget.