Coral Springs Florida



Coral Springs Heron Bay Short SaleCoral Springs Homes Heron Bay Waterfront
Coral Springs Homes Heron Bay ForeclosureCoral Springs Heron Bay Homes
Coral Springs Homes Kensington Short SaleCoral Springs Homes Kensington Waterfront
Coral Springs Homes Kensington ForeclosureCoral Springs Homes Kensington
Coral Springs Homes Brookside Short SaleParkland Homes Country Point
Coral Springs Homes Brookside ForeclosureCoral Springs Homes Brookside Waterfront
Coral Springs Homes North Springs Short SaleCoral Springs Homes Country Club
Coral Springs Homes North Springs ForeclosureCoral Springs Homes Brookside
Coral Springs Homes Hidden Hammocks Short SaleCoral Springs Homes North Springs
Coral Springs Homes Hidden Hammocks ForclosureCoral Springs Homes Hidden Hammocks
Coral Springs Homes Coral Creek Short Sale
Coral Springs Homes Coral Creek Foreclosure
Coral Springs Real Estate Information. Though less than 50 years old, the City of Coral Springs, Florida, is the 11th largest in the state of Florida, with almost 127,000 residents. The city experienced tremendous growth in the 1980s and ’90s, with its population more than tripling from 1980, when the city was home to about 37,000. Thanks to careful planning by government officials, the community has maintained a high quality of life amid the growth, with numerous parks, quality schools, preserved wetlands and a variety of recreational facilities and programs.

The 180-acre Sportsplex at Coral Springs includes facilities for swimming, tennis, ice skating, golf and more. More than three dozen community and neighborhood parks provide facilities for baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, football and lacrosse, along with playgrounds, picnic areas, walking/jogging trails and more. Coral Springs Center for the Arts provides live theatre and musical performances and is the site of the Coral Springs Museum of Art.

Coral Springs students attend Broward County Public Schools, the nation’s sixth-largest fully-accredited school district, serving more than 274,000 K-12 students. A number of private schools are also available in Coral Springs and nearby Ft. Lauderdale and Boca Raton. Eight colleges are located within a short drive, including Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale.

The city’s proximity to Boca Raton, Ft. Lauderdale and the beach make it convenient to a variety of shopping, dining and recreation.

Flags Widget powered by AB-WebLog.com.