Coral Ridge Isles

Fort Lauderdale
  • 54th Street
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334


Coral Ridge Isles consists of nearly 1,000 homes bounded by Commercial Boulevard to the South, Cypress Creek Road to the North, Dixie Highway to the West and NE 18th Avenue to the East.  Many of the 769 homes are located on waterfront canals with ocean access for boats that can get under lower fixed bridges. There are a variety of residential options, including single-family homes, condominiums, and townhomes. Homes range from 500 square feet to over 3,500 square feet in living area.This charming neighborhood boasts well-maintained properties set against lush landscaping, creating a serene and visually appealing environment. With its friendly and tropical streets, Coral Ridge sits in Fort Lauderdale’s north side with finger canals on waterfront properties on the neighborhood’s western edge. The beach is just a couple of minutes East on Commercial Boulevard. 

The community is in close proximity to schools, hospitals, restaurants and shopping. Lined with mature Royal Palms the streets are clean and quiet. Sitting along two coastal cities, Coral Ridge Isles straddles the line between two coastal cities, reaping the benefits of its central location to beaches, restaurants, entertainment and excellent schools. The neighborhood is backed by its close proximity to Pompano Beach and Cypress Creek Canal which features a convenient alternative to the more crowded shopping and entertainment districts.

Most homes in Coral Ridge Isles are single-story ranches. The majority of houses in the neighborhood have seen renovations and remodels since the initial buildout, bringing color and flair to the community with Spanish eclectic designs. Many homes in Coral Ridge Isles boast waterfront views, with in-ground pools and lush landscaping.

Floranada Park features a baseball field, basketball and volleyball courts. There are many restaurants to choose from within a 5 mile radius. Residents are within close proximity to both I-95 and US-1 where they can easily entertain the benefits of Pompano Beach and Cypress Creek Canal and they are just a 20 minute drive from downtown Fort Lauderdale. Fort Lauderdale is also well served by Broward County Transit covering more than 400 square miles of routes that will serve Coral Ridge Isles residents well. The downtown area, centered around Las Olas Boulevard, features a mix of modern skyscrapers and historic architecture, offering upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Fort Lauderdale’s diverse cultural scene, featuring museums, theaters, and art galleries, contributes to the city’s overall vibrancy.

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