Located at the north of Miami and lies along the Atlantic Ocean and at the mouth of the New River, the area was initially inhabited by Tequesta Indians. It was in 1935 when it started a program that aims to attract college students who are on school vacation, which started the city’s popularity as a preferred destination during spring breaks. Eventually, Fort Lauderdale developed its economy for shipping and commercial centers and as a residential resort. After how many years of building a reputation as a spring break capital of the United States, the city started to swivel on a more mature and classy crowd. The city boasts an outstanding quality of life for its residents with its rich natural beauty, including its arrays of entertainment, educational, and cultural amenities.

Population 172,389  (0.70%)

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