Beach Club Hallandale 1850 S Ocean Dr Hallandale Nestled between Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale, the Beach Club Hallandale is the tallest building in Broward County and home to1258 of the most luxurious oceanfront codes in South Florida. Beach Club Tower Two is fifty stories tall and home to 483 condos. Beach Club Tower One and Beach Club Tower Three are mirror-image twins, each with 386 and 389, respectively. Both of these towers have their own [...]
The Hemispheres 1985 S Ocean Dr Hallandale Beach A unique living experience in the heart of Hallandale Beach, just yards north of the Miami-Dade/ Broward line. Units: 1298 Stories: 23 The Hemispheres Hallandale Beach is a luxurious residential estate which consists of 4 towers: two of them are located close to ocean and two [...]
2000 Ocean Hallandale Beach 2000 S Ocean Drive, Hallandale Beach On a pristine stretch of white sand dunes and sea grapes, an architectural marvel is quietly rising. 2000 Ocean, by Enrique Norten – TEN Arquitectos, conceived as a private residential enclave, is highly sophisticated and offers not only an elevated landscape, but an elevated life. Located just north of South Florida’s Golden Beach, this contemporary, 40-story glass tower showcases panoramic views of the ocean, [...]
Meadowbrook Towers Condominiums, 609 NE 14th Ave, Hallandale Year Built: 1972 Floors in Building: 7 Condos in Building: 577 Our team is proud to open the new chapter in your life – make present Florida spirit in it. The high rise pinnacles are offering a wide list of investment opportunities, but even for short term leisure stay it will offer unbelievable sensations. Meadowbrook Towers works magic, it emanates mystery. Daytime [...]
Imperial Towers Condominiums, 1825 S Ocean Dr, Hallandale Year Built: 1970 Floors in Building: 11 Condos in Building: 214 Imperial Towers Club features luxury marble decoration with fine picturesque designs, reception hall gives and ample way to the private suits, generous in natural beauty and attractiveness. Sight of marina catches you at the oversized terrace – yachts are gliding the ocean surface like gulls over the sky. Internal ornament is [...]
De Soto Park Condominiums, 751 Three Islands Boulevard, Hallandale Year Built: 1977 Floors in Building: 5 Condos in Building: 549 At these days, time is money and there’s no chance to waste none of it here, at De Soto Park opportunities. For this purpose, our conscientious staff is there to help you combine you business with due relax standard. The suits purchase or rental is something crucial, if one is [...]
Golden Horn Condominiums, 437 Golden Isles Dr, Hallandale Year Built: 1972 Floors in Building: 14 Condos in Building: 240 If you are looking to buy or rent the quiet and comfortable residencies, then Golden Horn condos are the ones. All you need is to get in touch with our managers to schedule a rendez-vous with this unique beauty. It’s our mission to fit your expectations to our possibilities making the [...]
Plaza Towers Condominiums, 1849 S Ocean Dr, Hallandale Year Built: 1972 Floors in Building: 19 Condos in Building: 408 Appoint the rendez-vous with our office consultant, he will make you believe that everything else might be found elsewhere, but one thing is in air in Plaza club – a powerful burst of invigorating energy, an explosion of colors. This place is meant to be your home! Plaza community is particularly [...]
Malaga Towers Condominiums, 1912-1920 S Ocean Dr, Hallandale Year Built: 1975 Floors in Building: 22 Condos in Building: 146 Nothing but care attention to the client might soothe your everyday business tension. Malaga condo has a lot to offer: volleyball yard, pool, saunas, fitness center, yoga studio, bike and rhythmic rooms, and the other means to keep your body and spirit healthy and satisfied. All our staff is trained to [...]
Anchor Bay Club Condominiums, 300 Three Islands Boulevard, Hallandale Year Built: 1987 Floors in Building: 22 Condos in Building: 158 If you are looking to buy or rent the quiet and comfortable yet affordable residencies, then Anchor Bay suits are the ones. All you need is to get in touch with our managers to schedule a rendez-vous with this authentic beauty – merely 158 suits ranging from 1200 up to [...]
Hallandale Beach, like most of Broward County, had no permanent European-descended population until the end of the 19th century. Seminole Indians, in settlements that lay inland of the Atlantic shore, hunted in the area and gathered coontie roots to produce arrowroot starch. Hallandale was incorporated on 14 May 1927. By that time, a thriving community of 1,500 residents, with electricity and street lights, was in place. In 1947, Hallandale was reincorporated as a city, allowing it to expand its borders through annexation of nearby unincorporated land lying adjacent to the Atlantic shore. In August 1999, the city officially changed its name to Hallandale Beach.
Hallandale Beach, like most of Broward County, had no permanent European-descended population until the end of the 19th century. Seminole Indians, in settlements that lay inland of the Atlantic shore, hunted in the area and gathered coontie roots to produce arrowroot starch. Railroad magnate Henry Flagler, owner of the Florida East Coast Railway, recruited Luther Halland, a brother-in-law of Flagler’s agents, to found a settlement south of the community of Dania. Halland and Swedish immigrant Olaf Zetterlund touted the frost-free climate and cheap land of the settlement (then named Halland, later changed to Hallandale). Halland constructed a small trading post and became the first postmaster of the small community. By 1900, the community had slowly grown to a dozen families—seven of Swedish, three of English, and two of African descent. In 1904 the first school was built, and the first church followed two years later. Hallandale was primarily a farming community; the beach was undeveloped and used by the residents only for recreational purposes. Hallandale was incorporated on 14 May 1927. By that time, a thriving community of 1,500 residents, with electricity and street lights, was in place. In 1947, Hallandale was reincorporated as a city, allowing it to expand its borders through annexation of nearby unincorporated land lying adjacent to the Atlantic shore. In August 1999, the city officially changed its name to Hallandale Beach. Hurricane Katrina first made landfall between Hallandale and Aventura, Florida.
Hallandale Beach is located at 25°59′12″N 80°08′46″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area 4.55 square miles (12 km2). 4.21 square miles (11 km2) of it is land and .34 square miles (1 km2) of it (7.47%) is water. Hollywood is located north of Hallandale Beach, Aventura in Miami-Dade County is south of the city, the Atlantic Ocean is to the east, and Pembroke Park is located west. Although it appears from a map that a small portion of the Golden Isles neighborhood extends into Miami-Dade County, this land was actually transferred to Broward County, and annexed to Hallandale Beach in 1978. Public transportation Hallandale Beach is served by several bus routes operated by Broward County Transit. A free community minibus service, operated by the city of Hallandale Beach, also operates on four routes within the city limits and neighboring areas of Hollywood and Aventura. Public schools Hallandale Beach’s public schools are part of Broward County Public Schools. Grades K-5 students are zoned for Hallandale Elementary School. Grades 6-8 students are zoned for Gulfstream Middle School. Grades 9-12 students are zoned for Hallandale High School. However many Hallandale Beach residents send their children to other schools across the county.