Welcome to Coral Springs

A planned community where the tallest building tops out at 12 stories, Coral Springs imbues its South Florida surroundings with cultural appeal. The Center for the Arts, adjacent to the Coral Springs Museum of Art, hosts world-renowned performers in the 300-seat theater, while 49 lush parks offer residents every excuse to get outside and play in the fields.

Key Details


ice hockey, big bear brewing, sportsplex, center for the arts, coral springs museum of art, downtown, theater, sawgrass nature center, cypress park, fun guide, tpc at eagle trace, farmers market, senior clubs


Commute Times
Fort Lauderdale 35m by car
West Palm Beach 55m by car
Miami 1hr by car
East to West 441/NW 81st Ave. to Sawgrass Expy
North to South 860 to Southgate Blvd
Nearby Neighborhoods Margate, Parkland, Sunrise, Coconut Creek, Davie, Weston

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Coral springs:
Characterized by earth tones and a covered bridge

A muted, earthy palette and an old covered bridge constructed in 1964—one year after the city’s incorporation—contribute to Coral Springs’ charming environment. Every decade since has seen booming growth in population and amenities, but strict building codes have maintained the city’s unique aesthetic.

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What to expect:
World-class outdoor recreational facilities—even ice skating!

Coral Springs is a young city, founded in 1963, which is why so many buildings and amenities are new. Young residents have endless opportunities to explore their passions with lots of outdoor activities, making it a lovely place to raise a family. The tropical climate and beautiful parks lure residents to relax and play outside, but the Panther’s Ice Den ice rink in the city’s SportsPlex is the perfect place to cool off.

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The lifestyle:
An idyllic suburb with plenty of family fun

Coral Springs has much to do—many residents say they never need to leave. The community even has its own quarterly publication, Fun Guide, which lists all the events and activities that keep residents of every age engaged and active. If you’re itching to take a day trip, big cities, the Everglades, and beaches are only a short ride away.

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Unexpected appeal:
A burgeoning downtown

Coral Springs itself is quite sprawling, but the city is working toward to revitalize the heart of the city and create a thriving downtown area.

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The market:
Gated communities and cozy, affordable condos

Coral Springs is a mixture of gated communities, single family homes, and condos unified by a down-to-earth vibe. With the tallest building topping out at twelve stories, skyscrapers and highrises don’t overshadow the community. From enormous, sun-drenched estates on private golf courses to cozy condos with a community swimming pool, the city offers luxurious and affordable real estate options.

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You'll fall in love with:
Championship golf courses

For many years, the Honda Classic Golf Tournament was played at the TPC at Eagle Trace, a private golf club within the gated community of Eagle Trace in Coral Springs. The Arthur Hills-designed championship golf course represents just one of the many ways to spend an afternoon outdoors in the neighborhood.

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