Hallandale Beach, named after Luther Halland, is a beautiful city in Florida’s Broward County. The city is renowned for its Gulfstream Park (casino and horse racing) and Mardi Gras Casino (greyhound racing track). The city has a major financial district where several banks and brokerage houses are located. As a massive number of tourists end up retiring here, it is one of most rapidly growing populations in Metro Miami and Broward County.
If you are seeking fun itinerary ideas, there is a long list of some great sightseeing attractions. The city is equally appealing for those traveling with families, planning a romantic getaway or visiting on business. The city stretches over miles of stunning beaches and provides easy access to seaports and international airports.
The real estate in Hallandale Beach is mostly made up of medium (2 to 3 bedroom) and small-sized (1 to 2 bedroom) properties. There are 924 homes available for sale in the city.
Therefore, whether you are looking to buy or rent a condo, an apartment or luxury real estate in Hallandale Beach, we can help you get something that truly suits you. Our realtors will show you a broad and versatile collection of Hallandale Beach condos, apartments and luxury real estate for both rent and sale.
The average income of a household in Hallandale Beach is $45,735. Whites are the largest ethnic group in the area followed by Hispanics, African-Americans, Latinos and Asians. The female population in the region is slightly higher than the male population. The average real estate sale price in this town is $356,288 while the average rental price is $1,767. White collar workers in the area are significantly higher than blue collar workers. A significant number of people are engaged in sales jobs (more than 15%) and office administrative jobs (over 13%).
Restaurants and Shopping Malls
Along Hallandale Boulevard you will find bagels with lox and cream cheese just as easily as pan con bistec. Although the city is known for its Italian cuisines there are also some great Cuban, Columbian and Mexican food joints. Some of the most popular restaurants in the area are The Knife Steak House, Nick’s Restaurant, Padrino’s Cuban Cuisine, Yudy Bakery, El Tamarindo Coal Fired Pizza and Falafel Benny.
There are some great shopping malls in the city that offer convenience and variety under one roof. Some of the more popular malls in Hallandale are The Village at Gulfstream Park, Sky Lake Mall, Oakwood Plaza, RK Diplomat Center, Aventura Mall and The Shoppes at the Waterways.
There are a number of good schools in Hallandale Beach, some of which are listed below:
- Hallandale High School
- Lanier-James Education Center
- Gulfstream Middle School
- Hallandale Elementary School
- West Park High School
- Aventura Montessori School
Hallandale Beach had a building boom in the 1960’s and 1970’s, mainly because of the attention drawn by the famous Diplomat Hotel that was built in 1958. Therefore, the majority of construction took place after the 1960’s.
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