Pembroke Pines is a community of more than 160,000 residents and sits just north of Miramar and just west of Hollywood. Pembroke Pines was among the fastest growing cities in the country over the last few decades, and it is easy to see why. Quiet living, close to the beach, family-friendly atmosphere, schools, and shopping are all synonymous with this city. Be sure to check out the apartments on Renthop if you are interested in living here.
Being that Pembroke Pines is a city of well over 150,000 residents and is almost 35 square miles in size; the atmosphere can vary depending on where you are. On the west side of the neighborhood, it is largely residential housing with a number of lakes and rivers running throughout the neighborhoods. However, as you move east, you are greeted with less and less water and more large buildings. This means that whether you prefer suburban life or downtown living, you can find the perfect place to rent in Pembroke Pines.
The location of Pembroke Pines also makes it a great place for those who love the action that comes with being by the water, but also enjoy a quiet and family-friendly living situation. This is because the city itself is fairly quiet, reserved, and doesn’t attract many tourists, but it remains extremely close to the beaches and action of Hollywood, Florida. Whatever your mood is, you have a lot of options for things to do and places to see in and around Pembroke Pines.
The city is also one of the most multicultural places in all of South Florida with many different backgrounds and races being present in their population. You therefore be able to enjoy a variety of cultures, traditions, and cusines.
In the late 1800s, the land where Pembroke Pines sits was purchased and used as farmland by a member of the British Parliament. The community began to grow post-World War 2 and by 1961, it was incorporated as a city. The city has gone through a massive and rapid population growth in the last few decades and it was among the fast-growing cities in the entire country through the late 90s. This was largely brought on to people moving north to Broward County from Miami-Dade County.
The type of real estate and architecture you can find here will vary a lot. If you prefer a yard and some space, there are plenty of homes to rent. However, if you like downtown living and renting in an apartment or condo, those options are plentiful too. Because it offers its residents a variety of different options for real estate and is a popular place to live and move to, the rent is a little bit steep. The average rent for an apartment in Pembroke Pines is just over $1700 a month. While that may seem like a lot, it is fairly similar to other communities in the area. Also, there can always be places found cheaper or more expensive based on your wants and needs, thanks to the size of Pembroke Pines.
If you live here, you will definitely want to drive. It is well connected to other nearby suburban cities and its streets are not often crawling with pedestrians, which makes driving incredibly easy. In addition to mainly driving to get around or get groceries, well over 90% of Pembroke Pines residents drive or carpool with co-workers to work each and every day. While there are a bit of public transit services throughout Pembroke Pines, such as a bus and trolley system, these are simply not as practical as just driving. They can be used if you need them, but are not as good as the public transportation options in many other South Florida communities. In fact, more people work from home in this community than the amount of people that take public transportation to work.
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Pembroke Pines is located within Broward County, Florida. This area currently has 1,863,780 residents in 672,988 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 county are currently unmarried and have a median age of 40.
When looking at residents older than 25, 27.30% have graduated from high school, 19.92% have a bachelor's degree, and 11.09% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 60.4% and the median income in this county is $52,954.
At least 37.24% of those living in this county rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by car with an average commute time of 28.0 minutes.
Geographically, Broward County, Florida is a part of the Miami, FL Urban Area. This county is currently home to 5,859,349 residents, or 2,045,951 households with a median income of $50,097. the Miami, FL Urban Area residents have a median age of 40.6 and 39.91% are currently renting their homes in the area.