About Coconut Creek, Florida

Coconut Creek has a territory of 12 square miles (31 km2), with roughly 50,000 inhabitants and 1,400 organizations. Lodging is principally single-family homes, condos, and apartments inside expertly finished networks.

The city took its name from the coconut trees, that were planted in the region by early engineers. Robert E. Bateman, one of the engineers, named Coconut Creek after joining the names of Miami-Dade County’s town of Indian Creek and the Miami neighborhood of Coconut Grove.

Coconut Creek, the “Butterfly Capital of the World”, is a very much arranged city with an extraordinary ecological awareness settled among Miami and Palm Beach. Highlighted as one of the “Best Cities to Live in America” by Money Magazine, and a Top Ten Place to Live in the state by Movoto and Nerd Wallet, Coconut Creek is home to 61,000 inhabitants and supports an assorted, developing business network. The City’s Mainstreet Project, home to the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek and the Coconut Creek Promenade, a 23-section of land, outdoors, upscale shopping and eatery focus, has gotten the “Grant of Excellence” for its Design Standards by the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association (FAPA). At the point when complete, the City’s MainStreet territory will be clamoring with more than 250 sections of land of LEED-guaranteed organizations, upscale lodging, and delightfully arranged parks and scenic routes.