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Pompano Beach

The city of Pompano Beach, Florida lies along the Atlantic coast in Broward County, with Ft. Lauderdale to the south and Deerfield Beach and Boca Raton to the north. The year-round home of nearly 105,000 residents, Pompano Beach sees that number grow to more than 150,000 in winter as snowbirds seeking refuge from icy climes head south to enjoy the sunshine and balmy temperatures.  

Pompano Beach has been noted by Money magazine and the Wall Street Journal as one of the nation's top vacation home real estate markets. The city is in the midst of a large-scale redevelopment effort to revitalize its beachfront and historic downtown district. This new energy will only add to its desirability as a vacation spot and a year-round home.

As the city's name implies, Pompano Beach offers some of the world's best sport fishing. Golfers find living or vacationing in Pompano Beach a dream come true some of the world's most beautiful and challenging links are just a short drive away. The city also offers horse racing at the Pompano Harness Track. There are a number of restaurants many offering fresh-off-the-docks seafood and cafes within the city, and there's no shortage of entertainment options including live music at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater, ten city parks with athletic facilities and green space and a full calendar of community events. Pompano Beach is the home of America's largest indoor flea market, Festival Flea Market Mall, featuring over 500 shops and restaurants with the energy and excitement of an old-world bazaar. For more relaxing downtime, three miles of beautiful beach stretch along waters warmed by the Gulf Stream. Pompano Beach is part of the Miami Fort Lauderdale Pompano Beach Metropolitan Area, so big-city life is only a short drive away in almost any direction. The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority has its headquarters in Pompano Beach near the Pompano Beach Tri-Rail commuter rail station.

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