Hallandale Beach Realtor          Henry B. Nathan (954) 296-6741
City of Hallandale Beach
 
 

Hallandale Beach borders with North Miami Beach (South) , Miramar (West), Hollywood (North), and the Atlantic Ocean (East). With a total area of around four and a half square miles, and a population of about 35,000, Hallandale demographics are rapidly changing due to increasing proportion of the younger at the expense of the oldest   (65 +) segments.

Once one of Broward's graying cities, Hallandale Beach is in a demographic shift, with younger professionals from other counties, states and countries moving into new high-rise condos. 
According to the 2000 Census, Hallandale  's median age has dropped from 63 to 52 and is expected to fall to 50 in 2010. Ninety percent of the buyers at The Duo, twin condominium towers behind the Diplomat Center, are younger than 55. And most of the buyers at the new Hallandale developmen, The Beach Club, are in their 30s and 40s.

The following is a list of most condominium buildings in Hallandale.   Please click on building's name to get more information.  Or call Henry B. Nathan at: (954)  296-6741

2080 CONDOS

2080 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

ANCHOR BAY

2017, 2049 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

AVANT GARDE

300 Three Islands Bld.,   Hallandale

CHELSEY BAYVIEW

1913 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

CLIFTON

3161 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

DE SOTO PARK

Three Islands,   Hallandale

DORSEY ARMS

121 Golden Isles Drive, Hallandale

DUO

1945, 1955 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.

ELDORADO  

FAIRWAYS  ROYAL CONDOS

1425, 1445 Atlantic Shores Blv.,   Hallandale

FAIRWAYS RIVIERA CONDOS

300, 400 Diplomat Parkway,   Hallandale

GOLDEN HORN CONDOS

437 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

GOLDEN ISLES TOWERS

126 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

GOLDEN SAILS CONDOS

111 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

GOLDEN SURF CONDOS

137 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

HALLANDALE YACHT CLUB

201 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

HARBOURWOOD VILLAS

Three Islands,   Hallandale,   Hallandale

THE HEMISPHERES 1950,1980,1965,1985  S. Ocean Drive, Hallandale Beach

IMPERIAL TOWERS

1817, 1825 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

LA MER

1880, 1890, 1904 . Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

LAKE POINT CONDOS

100 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

MALAGA TOWERS

1912, 1920 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

OCEAN MARINE CONDOS

1945 S. Ocean Drive,   Hallandale

OCEANVIEW PARK

800, 1000 Parkview Drive,   Hallandale

OCEANVIEW TOWERS

401 Golden Isles Drive,   Hallandale

OLYMPUS CONDOS

500,600 Three Islands, 2500 Parkview,   Hallandale  Beach

PARADISE HARBOUR CONDOS

300 Golden Isles Drives  Hallandale  Beach

PARADISE BY THE SEA VILLAS 501/581 Blue Heron Blvd - 270 Layne Blvd.

PARKER DORADO CONDOS

3180 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach

PARKER PLAZA CONDOS

2030 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach

PARKER TOWER CONDOS

3140 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach

PLAZA TOWER CONDOS 1833, 1849 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach,    Hallandale  Beach

PRINCE GEORGE CONDOS

1865 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach

THE BEACH CLUB CONDOS

1800, 1830, 1850 S. Ocean Drive,    Hallandale  Beach

THE HEMISPHERES

(East): 1950, 1980,  (West) 1965, 1985 S. Ocean Drive, Hallandale 

TOWERS OF OCEAN VIEW

200, 400 Leslie Drive & 600 Parkview,    Hallandale  Beach

VENETIAN PARK TOWNHOMES

Three Islands,    Hallandale  Beach

 

The old Hallandale Diplomat Mall, now reborn as RK Diplomat Center has become a great outdoor mall with the Piola pizzeria, a sushi restaurant, two Italian eateries, a yogurt shop and a Cold Stone Creamery, as well as a Quizno's and a Starbucks, mixing up with Ross, Burlington's clothing, Office Max, and many more stores.

ll this change has created in Hallandale Beach an interesting dynamic with the snowbirds, the retirees, and the younger professionals now moving into these older condominiums. The younger people want better gym facilities, basketball courts and  yes, less shuffleboard. According to the 2000 Census, Hallandale foreign-born population rose to 36.1 percent, up from 25 percent in 1990. Of the new figure, 36 percent were from Europe and 44.4 percent were from Latin America (quoted from the Miami Herald).


    

 Diplomat Resort Golf in Hallandale Beach

 

History of Hallandale Beach:
"Settled in the late 1800's, when Henry Morrison Flagler expanded the Florida East Coast Railway to Palm Beach in 1895, there wasn
't much to Hallandale Beach except swamp and a gray, sandy soil called marl. Flagler recruited Luther Halland, son of a Swedish minister and brother-in-law to one of his agents, to start a Swedish settlement south of the Danish settlement of Dania. Halland began promoting the frost-free subtropical climate and cheap land of Halland (later to be named Hallandale). He set up a small trading post in the new community and became its first postmaster. Settlement was slow, with only a dozen families in town by 1900.  The first  Hallandale school was built in 1904, the first church, Bethlehem Lutheran, in 1906. Originally, Hallandale was a farming community and officially became a town in 1927. In 1947, Hallandale was reincorporated as a city, and was allowed to annex land to the east. In August of 1999, the city officially changed its name to Hallandale Beach (quoted from the City of Hallandale' s website).

Diplomat Hotel - Hallandale Beach
 

 

 

Hallandale Elementary School's enrollment is at an all-time, high with 1,290 students on a year-round schedule. They will move to a new, bigger school this fall. The old Hallandale  elementary school will be turned into a middle school. Currently, Hallandale students go to McNicol Middle School in Hollywood.