Hollywood

Hollywood, a city in Broward County, southeastern Florida, USA, is located along the Atlantic Ocean, about 15 miles (25 km) north of Miami. It is bordered by Fort Lauderdale to the north, Pembroke Pines to the west and Hallandale Beach to the south. The city got its name Hollywood thanks to Joseph Wesley Young, a developer from California, who laid out the city on the site of tomato farms and pine groves. The city was officially incorporated in 1925, rebuilt after a devastating hurricane in 1926, and slowly grew until the end of World War II. In the period 1960-75, the population of Florida Hollywood began to increase rapidly. Currently, Hollywood is the 12th largest city in Florida. As of July 2022, the City of Hollywood has a population of 155,401.


According to the American Community Survey, 67% of Hollywood residents speak English, followed by a large group of residents (22%) - those who speak Spanish as their native language. Hollywood has one of the highest populations of Cubans, Peruvians and Romanians in the country. The median age in Hollywood is 41.6 years, 39.8 years for males, and 43.3 years for females. Hollywood sex ratio: Female - 49.92%, Male - 50.08%.


Today's Hollywood is a resort and residential city with a developed tourism sector, healthcare, some printing industries, and light industry. It shares the property and benefits of Port Everglades with nearby Dania and Fort Lauderdale.The headquarters of the manufacturers of aerospace and electronics parts HEICO, the manufacturer of watches and writing accessories Invicta Watch Group is located in Hollywood. In Hollywood, Florida, there are 51 public schools with a rating of "good" and higher according to GreatSchools. You can also find 28 private and charter schools. One of the most popular places to visit is Hollywood Beach, equipped with parking lots, umbrellas, sunbeds, changing rooms, toilets, relaxation areas with live music, playgrounds for children, bicycle rental, numerous shops, cafes, restaurants.

The promenade can be made along the 2.5-mile pedestrian promenade - Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, which is filled with joggers, skaters, cyclists, rollerbladers and other idle people. The seaside cafes are ideal for meetings, relaxation and people watching.There are countless hotels, souvenir shops, ice cream parlors, a farmer's market, a theater and many other attractions along the lively pedestrian street Broadwalk. During the walk you can enjoy the sea breeze and the scenery. In the evenings, musicians perform in many restaurants and a concert hall on Johnson Street, and spontaneous dances can be arranged on Broadway. Yellow Green Farmers Market is full of seasonal fresh produce, as well as handmade products created by local artists and artisans. Young Circle is another exciting neighborhood surrounded by dozens of shops, restaurants and bars where you can taste Cuban, Venezuelan, Mediterranean, Mexican, Jamaican and Peruvian cuisine, as well as barbecue, burgers, grilled cheese and a variety of desserts.

Hot, humid summers and warm, dry winters are features of local tropical rainforest climate with the average temperature ranges from 68 to 83 °F (20 to 28 °C). The median household income in Hollywood is $60,910. This means that Hollywood's income roughly corresponds to the average income in the United States. In July 2022, the median home price in Hollywood, Florida, was $515,000, an increase of 29.1% year-on-year. The average sale price of a house was 463 thousand dollars In Hollywood, people are attracted by affordable real estate prices, as well as the developed infrastructure of the city. Housing here is cheaper than in other popular resort areas of the state. This coastal resort can be considered not only for permanent residence, but also for renting real estate..

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