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Welcome to Fort Lauderdale!

If you’re moving to Fort Lauderdale, All My Sons of Fort Lauderdale takes pride in providing you with a hassle-free moving experience. We send the right number of movers to your home to pack all your belongings quickly, efficiently and with the utmost care. When you arrive at your new home, we unpack everything for you and put each item exactly where you want it. We’ll even lay your rugs and hang your draperies!

 

Fort Lauderdale is 28 miles north of Miami; its population is 172,000. The sun shines 246 days a year and the climate is tropical, ranging from 75 degrees in winter to 90 degrees in summer.

 

The City of Fort Lauderdale

 

Downtown Fort Lauderdale is the ideal, tropical urban setting. You’ll find many high-rise condominiums with spectacular views and there are a number of restaurants, boutiques, museums and parks. Attractions include the historic Stranahan House, the Broward Center for The Performing Arts and the Museum of Discovery and Science.

 

Nightlife is abundant and parking is convenient. Revolution Live is the spot for live music by local groups and concerts by nationally-known artists. Shopping opportunities abound along Las Olas Boulevard. Be sure to treat yourself at Kilwin’s Chocolates and Ice Cream!

 

Greater Fort Lauderdale Neighborhoods

 

If you’re moving to Fort Lauderdale, be aware that 12 neighborhoods surrounding the city are part of the metroplex:

 

  1. Coral Springs
  2. Dania Beach
  3. Davie
  4. Deerfield Beach
  5. East Fort Lauderdale
  6. Hollywood
  7. Las Olas
  8. Plantation
  9. Port Everglades
  10. Sunrise
  11. West Fort Lauderdale
  12. Wilton Manors

 

Each of these neighborhoods has its own distinct feel and attractions.

 

The Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway

 

If you love water, Fort Lauderdale is the place for you. With 23 miles of Atlantic beaches and an amazing 300+ miles of Intracoastal and navigable inland canals, no wonder Greater Fort Lauderdale is called “The Venice of America.”

 

Things to Do and Places to Go

 

The Coral Springs Museum of Art has exhibitions, activities and performances. Nature lovers will enjoy both the Tall Cypress Natural Area and the Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital. Dania Beach’s main attraction is the Dania Beach Pier, the go-to place for fishing and sightseeing.

 

Davie is home to seven colleges and universities and is where the Miami Dolphins hold their training camp. Other attractions include Flamingo Gardens and the Buehler Planetarium & Observatory. At East Fort Lauderdale’s Hugh Birch State Park, you can hike, bike, fish and board the Jungle Queen Riverboat for a guided tour. In Hollywood, you can ride the Hollywood Trolley, walk Florida’s only Boardwalk and hike and bike at North Beach Park.

 

Head to Plantation if you’re an avid golfer. There you’ll find the Fort Lauderdale Country Club, the Plantation Preserve Golf Course, the Jacaranda Golf Club and the Lago Mar Country Club. Sunrise’s  BB&T Center is where the Florida Panthers hockey team plays. Start your kayak trip down the Middle River at Richardson Historic Park & Nature Preserve in Wilton Manor.

 

With an ideal climate and plenty to see and do, you’re sure to enjoy your new Fort Lauderdale home, especially when All My Sons of Fort Lauderdale gets you established there quickly, safely and with the best customer care.