The City of Hollywood, Florida , is located in the southeast quadrant of Broward County with bordering towns of Davie, Cooper City, Dania Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Miramar and Hallandale Beach. It boasts about 5 miles of Atlantic Ocean Beach.

Incorporated in 1925, the city boasts several areas frequented by residents and visitors alike. Downtown Hollywood is known for excellent restaurants that sit along a tree-lined street with easy parking.

ArtsPark at Young Circle offers an oasis of green space, fountains and venue for art and music.

Anne Kolb Nature Center is 1500 acres of preserved land with mangroves, boardwalks and canoe or kayak adventures.

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is located on the western edge of Hollywood and offers entertainment, shopping and dining.

Hollywood Beach offers a promenade called the Broadwalk which is designed for the jogger, biker stroller and walker to share a paved walkway lined with eateries and cafes, beachwear shops, hotels and places for just sitting and enjoying the Atlantic Ocean.  It is easy to spend a day at this beach with everything you need within walking distance.

Memorial Regional Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Florida and is a major employer in Hollywood.  The hospital serves the entire Broward County area with several satellite hospitals and clinics and the renowned Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

Not many cities in this day and time have a railroad station but Hollywood has an Amtrak station that takes you to the northeast or south to Miami.  Use of the train depot began in 1928 and has continued to service Florida residents and visitors over the years.  Tri-Rail is also part of the depot and provides service for work transportation between Palm Beach and Miami.

For further information about the homes and features of Hollywood, Florida, – contact

Joyce Marie Steward, Real Estate Broker                  954-472-5335