Experienced Real Estate Attorney in Hollywood, Florida
4326 E. Tradewinds Ave Lauderdale By The Sea FL 33308
Phone: (954) 772-6800
Hollywood, Florida, provides the best of both worlds: it is close enough to Miami and Fort Lauderdale if you want to enjoy the active nightlife, but it is far away enough that you can enjoy the family feel. You can also get your sense of sand at the nearby Hollywood Beach or enjoy a stroll down the 2.5-mile Broadwalk. This picturesque area is adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean and features some of the city’s most well-known restaurants, hotels, and parks. You can also enjoy the many artistic and cultural displays in downtown Hollywood, including several beautiful murals. You can get around for free on the Sun Shuttle System. Download the app and request a ride from the electric shuttle.
Like many cities in Florida, Hollywood is a tourist destination. People come from all over the country to enjoy the excellent food, culture, art, and beauty of the area. While the tourism industry is vital to Hollywood’s economy, the mix between residents and distracted tourists can sometimes result in accidents, such as car accidents or slips and falls at local hotels or establishments. If you believe that you were injured because of another party’s negligence, you may need legal assistance for the best chances of recovering fair compensation.
Hollywood, Florida residents, take great pride in their homes’ beauty – and they fight hard to protect their property values and rights. If you are looking to buy or sell a property in Hollywood or are having a dispute with a neighbor, the Law Offices of Mark T. Stern can help. Contact us online or call us at (954) 772-6800 to receive a free case review and learn how to help.
About Hollywood Florida
Hollywood is a city in Broward County, Florida, conveniently located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. As of the last census, Hollywood had a population of over 150,000. With an average temperature between 68 and 83 degrees Fahrenheit, Hollywood’s weather is a beacon for tourists year-round.
The city got its start in 1925 and rapidly grew in the years since. It is now the 12th largest city in Florida. Today, the city’s development is led by a strategic plan, which has the stated objective to become “South Florida’s top city to live, learn, work, invest, and play.” Central to this mission is to provide quality living for all inhabitants of Hollywood. The strategic plan guides the city in its development, ensuring that municipal activities are driven by the strategic plan’s mission and vision and matching the city’s resources with these goals.
The city continues to expand its economy. Two of the biggest employers in the area are Memorial Healthcare System and the City of Hollywood. With more than three dozen public, private, or charter schools, many of the city’s inhabitants are teachers, administrators, or other school staff.
One of the city’s most valuable resources is its local community of talented artists. The vibrant community provides art for local museums as well as displays it on the outside of buildings. The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood features modern art and theater, while ArtWalk is a monthly guided tour of some of the unique art is featured. ArtPark at Young Circle can help inspire the youngest of artists, who can also enjoy a splash pad and playground, along with community events like movie night.