North Lauderdale is a compact city in the center of Broward County. It is a community rich in diversity, because of its pivotal location. The City's 42,000 residents have come from all over the world to secure a place in the sun, stake a claim in South Florida's vibrant economy and build a future for their children.
The City may be a cozy five square miles, but its current growth spurt is just getting started. Much of the City is been rebuilt and the development community has already responded with $500 million in new projects. That's $500 million spent on making the City more efficient, more viable, more livable, and more interesting. This redevelopment renaissance has only begun, and opportunities worth literally billions of dollars-await those with the imagination and savvy to take advantage of them.
Join the City of North Lauderdale in "Building a Future." For information regarding economic development programs and assistance in the City of North Lauderdale, please click here.
||701 S.W. 71st Avenue
North Lauderdale, FL 33068
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Source: 2018 American Community Survey 5-Year estimates, Florida Deparment of Economic Opportunity and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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- Altis (Residential Rental Community)
- Family Central
- Home Depot
- Walmart Full Service Center