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Situated north of Broward Boulevard and south of Sunrise Boulevard, east of Federal Highway to the waterway of the Middle River and the Karen canal flowing into the Rio Barcelona waterway which is north of the Las Olas Isles. Victoria Park resident’s enjoy a walk to Las Olas Boulevard shopping, extraordinary fine dining restaurants and entertainment centers. Victoria Park enjoys the sun, sand and surf of Fort Lauderdale Beach and all that the beach strip has to offer less than one mile away. To the north two miles is the City of Wilton Manors.
Holiday Park and the War Memorial Auditorium, a City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation maintained Park with tennis, baseball, basketball, handball and other sports fields. Other parks within Victoria Park situated along the waterway is Victoria Park and the Annie Beck Park. Parker Playhouse awaits you within the western part of Victoria Park for shows, from comedy to theatrical shows to musical concerts, the Parker Playhouse is an arena that adds to the cultural experience of Broward County and Fort Lauderdale.
The Victoria Park Civic Association owns and operates a website that brings the community members together and informed of their neighborhood.
More than 10,000 diverse residents call this South Florida neighborhood home. Victoria Park single family homes, condominiums and townhomes range from turn of the 20th century design to mid-century built homes to brand new construction projects. Many of the older homes are now reconstructed and updated. There are a number of rental properties like duplex, triplex and 4-plex properties located here too. Street by street, avenue by avenue, each offer something different and variety for Fort Lauderdale buyers. The unique tropical landscaping and the mature canopy contribute to the “Old Florida” charm in this cozy residential community. Some say Victoria Park is reminiscent of Key West Florida.