It’s the one of the best and second biggest city in Broward County and the tenth largest in the state of Florida.
Not quite a small town but definitely smaller than the major metropolitan surrounding areas, Pembroke Pines is one of the best cities in South Florida. Just a 30 minute commute to Miami and Fort Lauderdale, the Pembroke Pines lifestyle affords residents the ability to be removed while enjoying proximity too. This way of South Florida life provides an opportunity to have your cake and eat it too, without sacrificing a thing!
Don’t take our word for it. In previous years, it was named one of the best cities to live in America. WalletHub named Pembroke Pines the “2014 Best City of Hispanic Entrepreneurs.” Ranked number 32 out of 50 cities on the list of “The Best Places to Live in 2014” by Money Magazine, Pembroke Pines was the only Florida city on the list.
More than 172,000 people call Pembroke Pines home. It’s the second biggest city in Broward County and the tenth largest in the state of Florida. The city motto is ‘Join Us – Progress with Us’ and they mean it. The city website proclaims their commitment to “forward thinking in an ever-changing world.” Pembroke Pines is known for a commitment to arts, culture, and diversity.
The city’s desire to help their citizens grow and progress is not exclusive to the adult workforce. With 20 A-rated schools in the city, Pembroke Pines made a commitment to education many years ago. In 2006, the city had the largest charter school system in the country. Top schools include Chapel Trail Elementary, Somerset Academy Middle School, Walter C. Young Middle School, West Broward High School, and many more. After high school, students can go on to Broward Community College or Florida International University, both of which have a campus in Pembroke Pines.
As close as you will be to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and many other locations in South Florida, you don’t feel you have to leave town to have fun. The city boasts 28 parks, for those who want to get active and get outside, as well as 8.5 million square feet of shopping space. With easy access to I-75 a Miami Heat game, visit to Miami Zoo, or a day at Marlin’s Park Pembroke Pines living provides the proximity to make this all possible.
Courtesy of sheer size and population, a plethora of housing options are available in Pembroke Pines. If you have a taste for luxury, communities such as Pembroke Falls or the golf course community of The Enclave at Grand Palms are fantastic options, each with private resort style amenities.
Pembroke Pines is either the biggest small town, or the smallest big city in South Florida, but whatever you choose to call it, it’s a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Come see for yourself why so many have made Pembroke Pines their home.
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