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Miami is a famous resort city in the USA, located in Miami-Dade County, state of Florida on the Atlantic Ocean coast. The name of the city was given in honor of the Indian tribe that lived on these lands. Miami was founded in 1896, only 300 people lived there, but it began to attract a lot of people from the north, and in the 1920s it grew significantly. According to the latest estimates of the US Census, the current population of Miami is more than 450,000 people.Today's Miami is the 2nd largest city in Florida and the 43rd largest city in the United States. This coastal city, stretching for about 50 miles, has an extremely diverse population. In general, for every sixth out of ten residents of these places, Spanish is their native language.


Coral Springs was planned as a city with a family atmosphere for retired people, and has become a sought-after place of life for young families.

The official registration of Coral Springs, as a city on Florida's southern Atlantic coast, took place in 1963. It is located in northeastern Broward County, 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale, 20 minutes from Pompano Beach and 50 minutes from Miami. Coral Springs is also bordered by the cities of Parkland, Coconut Creek, Margate, Tamarac. The Florida Turnpike and the Sawgrass Expressway are major highways that run near the city.


According to the data for 2020, the population of Coral Springs is 133,900.The annual population growth is 0.04% per year, and the growth since 2010 is 8.96%. The latest census data on the racial composition of the city's population is as follows: Whites - 60.69%; African Americans - 22.86%; Asians - 5.15%; Another race - 3.16%; Native Americans - 0.24%; Native Hawaiians or Pacific Islanders: 0.04%.

Coral Springs residents speak English (63.50%), Spanish (23.06%), and other Indo-European languages (10.19%).

Most common industries in Coral Springs are Health care (9.9%), Educational services (8.3%), Professional, Scientific, Technical services (8.1%), Accommodation and Food services (6.5%), Administrative and Support and Waste management services (5.9%), Construction (5.4%), Finance and Insurance (5.4%). Business is thriving here.

Noteworthy is the presence in the city of a large number of physicians available at a relatively low price, and the award-winning local hospital Broward Health Coral Springs.

According to the Total Quality Management program, the City's mission is "to be the premier community in which to live, work and raise a family".

Following the developed citywide concept, the authorities of Coral Springs can offer residents excellent programs that guarantee access to wellness, excellent education, financial and economic development, involvement in urban management, and unity in the community.

Residents of Coral Springs have a wide selection of professional sports clubs that are located nearby, for example, the Florida Marlins of Major League Baseball (MLB), the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals of Minor League Baseball (MiLB), the Miami Heat of the NBA, the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL) and others.

The Sportsplex at Coral Springs includes the Aquatic Complex, the Tennis Center, Twin Ice Rinks, the Golf Club, the Driving Center, the Pet Care Center, the Nature Center and the Wildlife Hospital.

Visitors to more than 50 regional and public recreation parks throughout the city have a wide range of sports facilities to use, including water sports, soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, tennis, golf, volleyball, lacrosse, horseshoes and bocci.

The nearest city beach, Pompano Beach, lies over 12 miles from Coral Springs, but in Coral Springs, there are all modern leisure facilities with things to see and do.

Here are just some of the different fun and cultural attractions nearby Coral Springs: the Calder Race Course, the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, the Coral Springs Museum of Art, the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach, the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, the Museum of Art, Ft Lauderdale.

The education system is at the highest level, providing families with excellent schools for children оf the city. A large number of Coral Springs schools have received the "Five-Star School" award from the Florida Department of Education.

The climate in the city is tropical rainforest with an average annual temperature of 29 degrees Celsius.

Coral Springs has become a very popular city for its beautiful real estate opportunities. Most residents here own their homes.

In May 2022, housing prices in Coral Springs increased by 24.2% compared to last year, the median sale price is $555K.

If you summarize all the information about Coral Springs, it's better to come and see for yourself the development opportunities of this South Florida city.

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