Jassamine B. Redington, Realtor®
Broker Associate
Fort Lauderdale
Hallandale and Hollywood Beach
Ocean Marine Yacht Club
Ocean Marine Yacht Club with South Florida's attitude and lifestyle. Enjoy spectacular ocean views.
Duo - Hallandale
The towers of DUO located in Hallandale Beach. Just A few blocks to the ocean, and views of Diplomata golf course.
Villas of Positano
Nnestled between Hollywood Beach and the Intracoastal Waterway, with private docks and ocean access.
Ocean Palms
Ocean Palms Hollywood Beach is one of the most luxurious condo offerings in the area.
Hallandale Beach Club
On the sand in Hallandale Beach. Three building complex. Close to shopping, great resturants, Gulf Stream Race Track/casino.
Diplomat Residences
The Diplomat Oceanfront Residences a sleek, chic 28-story residential tower features 135 condominium residences.
Trump HollywoodThe 40-story contemporary glass tower will feature 200 expansive residences, all with private elevator access.

 

HALLANDALE BEACH

This seaside city is no longer a sleepy haven for retirees. Hallandale is encouraging the kind of growth it hasn't seen in decades, with the construction of family oriented condos and townhouses and the increase of small and large businesses. The city's population is getting younger, with a median age of 52. According to the 2000 U.S. census, the percentage of Hallandale Beach residents 65 years and older dropped from 48 percent in 1990 to 35 percent. More than 940 businesses employing 7,000 people now operate in a one-mile radius near the city's center.

HOLLYWOOD - BEACH

A coastal city of over 130,000 residents located in Broward County, Hollywood is nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport abuts the city, while Port Everglades, the second busiest cruise port in the world, is partially within its municipal boundaries. Interstate 95, the Florida Turnpike, Tri-County Commuter Rail, and two major railroads cut through the city in a north-south direction. Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami are less than twenty-five miles away, providing further opportunities for Hollywood residents and companies to have access to the global marketplace. The region is served by a substantial post-secondary educational infrastructure, including Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, the University of Miami, a number of smaller private universities and colleges, and a community college system.