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1 Bedroom, Coral Springs Rental in Miami, FL for $1,400 - Photo 1
20 hours ago  |  Score: 86.1
3502 Riverside Dr
Coral Springs, Coral Springs-Margate
$1,400
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Nicole Miller PA
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3 Bedrooms, Coral Springs Rental in Miami, FL for $1,850 - Photo 1
1 day ago  |  Score: 67.6
4240 Riverside Dr
Coral Springs, Coral Springs-Margate
$1,850
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3 Bed
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2 Bath
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2 Bedrooms, Coral Springs Rental in Miami, FL for $1,650 - Photo 1
1 day ago  |  Score: 67.0
8011 Nw 35 Ct
Coral Springs, Coral Springs-Margate
$1,650
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2 Bed
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1.5 Bath
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3 Bedrooms, Coral Springs Rental in Miami, FL for $2,150 - Photo 1
1 day ago  |  Score: 66.5
4371-73 Nw 79 Ter
Coral Springs, Coral Springs-Margate
$2,150
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3 Bed
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2 Bath
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Coral Springs

Coral Springs is a city of just over 127,000 residents and is located just northwest of Fort Lauderdale and right beside the Everglades Wildlife Management Area. It is a great place to raise a family and has a blossoming economy. While it is a ways away from the "touristy" areas of South Florida, there is still a lot to do in terms of recreation. If you are looking to raise and family, or just enjoy a safe and quiet place to live and work, be sure to consider Coral Springs.

Coral Springs Apartments for Rent

Coral Springs

Coral Springs is a city of just over 127,000 residents and is located just northwest of Fort Lauderdale and right beside the Everglades Wildlife Management Area. It is a great place to raise a family and has a blossoming economy. While it is a ways away from the “touristy” areas of South Florida, there is still a lot to do in terms of recreation. If you are looking to raise and family, or just enjoy a safe and quiet place to live and work, be sure to consider Coral Springs.
Atmosphere

The city has an extremely family-friendly vibe throughout its streets, and feels very safe. You will see numerous different parks and excellent schools scattered throughout Coral Springs, many of which will be full of children and their parents. The city has strict building and property codes, which ensures that the aesthetic appeal throughout the city is top notch. Also, being that this place only became a city around 50 years ago, you likely won’t find too many old and decrepit buildings. Everything here feels fairly modern and very few buildings offer up a traditional vibe, like you may feel in a place like Boston or New York.

So while the city is simply fantastic for families, it is a perfectly acceptable place to live and rent as a single person. The city has a vibrant and diverse economy, above average levels in terms of wealth and a consistently low employment rate, which all make it great for everyone, not only families.

The city has won awards based on its low crime and livability, and is definitely one of the “best kept secret” locations in South Florida. While it is not only the beach, it is only a short drive away. The nightlife here isn’t non-existent, but is definitely a far cry from other places like Miami.

History

The area where Coral Springs currently sits used to be marsh land. The land was eventually drained and used as farmland. However, after a real estate boom in the area, the area was purchased by developers and the city was incorporated in 1963. The population of the city grew rapidly, which led to many new schools, malls, and parks being built. The city has continued to develop over the years and is often called one of the best and safest places to live in all of the United States of America.

So with all the things that seem to be very positive about this city, the cost of living and rent is actually decently affordable. The average rent in Coral Springs is around $1500, which is less than other cities in the area, even though it has a very solid reputation. There are also many different options for living in Coral Springs that depend on your tastes, budget, and preferences. If you prefer an apartment less than 10 years old with modern amenities, that is easily available due to the rapid development. If you prefer more traditional and family living in a house or town home, those are also out there for you to rent and live in.

While rent can get more expensive based on where you decide to live and the type of building you choose, you will have no problem finding an affordable place to rent if that is what you are after.

Getting Around

Far and away the most popular way of getting in and around Coral Springs is by driving. The streets are quiet and clean, making driving here a very enjoyable and easy experience. In fact, well over 90% of residents in Coral Springs either drive or carpool to work every day. That is a huge number and proves just how drivable this city is.

However, if you don’t want to drive or don’t have a car, there are a few other options available for you. City bus rides are provided free of charge by the government and are a simple way to get around town. If you need to do some regional traveling to other suburbs or cities nearby, you can rely on Broward County Transit to help you out. Of course, with the weather in Florida being among the best in the country, walking and biking around Coral Springs is a great option too. While going across the city on foot or bike might be impractical, it can be great if you only need to travel a short distance.

Universities Nearby
  • Doxa International University
  • Atlantic Technical College
  • Broward County – North Campus

Check it Out
  • The Tall Cypress Natural Area is a nature preservation in Coral Springs that contains a dense canopy of trees. The area is home to hundreds of different kinds of plants and animals.
  • The Broward Stage Door Theater is a performance arts center in Coral Springs that plays host to various different shows and performances. It is a non-profit venue with two different stages.
  • Mullins Park is the largest park in all of Coral Springs at over 60 acres. It has dozens of different sports fields, a swimming pool, a playground and even a museum.
  • The Coral Springs Museum of Art is one of the best museums in the area and is home to dozens and dozens of great exhibits. It features art of varying styles and offers an immersive experience for guests.
  • Just walking down the streets can be a good time as it seems each and every property, home and lawn is given the utmost care and attention.
  • One of the best and most famous things to do in the area is Butterfly World. Butterfly World is the largest butterfly park in the world with over 5000 butterflies and was the first park of its kind in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Like many of the communities in this area of Florida, there are numerous small bodies of water and rivers in Coral Springs that are very beautiful to look at and visit.

For those interested, Coral Springs currently has no residential listings advertised on the market for rental. From data that we've compiled, these listings range from in the lower quartile to in the upper quartile, with the median rental price at around . For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 0 studio, 0 one-bedroom, 0 two-bedroom, 0 three-bedroom, and 0 four+ bedroom properties available for rent.
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Coral Springs is located within 33065. This area currently has 55,860 residents in 17,770 households. Out of the total population, 52.52% of the residents speak another language at home instead of English. The majority of the inhabitants in this zipcode are currently unmarried and have a median age of 33.8.

When looking at residents older than 25, 26.82% have graduated from high school, 18.68% have a bachelor's degree, and 7.68% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 64% and the median income in this zipcode is $49,814.

At least 49.09% of those living in this zipcode rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by car with an average commute time of 27.5 minutes.

Geographically, 33065 is a part of Broward County, Florida. This county is currently home to 1,863,780 residents, or 672,988 households with a median income of $52,954. Broward County, Florida residents have a median age of 40 and 37.24% are currently renting their homes in the area.

Finally, Broward County, Florida is a part of the greater Miami, FL Urban Area. For those unfamiliar with the area, The Miami, FL Urban Area is currently home to a population 5,859,349 across 2,045,951 households. Those living in this urban area have a median income of $50,097 and median age of 40.6. In general, at least 39.91% of the residents are currently renting their homes in this area.

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