The Best of Fort Lauderdale 2016

Are we still where the boys are? Absolutely. read more >

A Place for Everyone

Fort Lauderdale has plans and strategies for building to serve a growing community’s housing needs. But what’s the reality for people living it? read more >

Vintage Vixen

What happens when you mix modern fashion with vintage jewelry pieces? The revival of classic style. read more >

Style & History

The Needham Estate isn’t your usual Fort Lauderdale house on the market. It’s a genuine and important piece of Fort Lauderdale history. read more >

Terrace Envy

The architecture of a boutique condo project in Fort Lauderdale Beach is an homage to outdoor living in South Florida. read more >

Coast to Table

In the Ritz-Carlton’s Fort Lauderdale Beach hotel, Burlock Coast offers laid-back but knowledgeable quality. read more >

Treats for Tricksters

On Halloween, it’s important to find favorite sweetly sinister tricks-or-treats – for kids and grownups. read more >

Cuba's Second City

To discover Cuba, it helps to get away from Havana and explore a city that’s often been at the heart of the country’s change and drama. read more >

A Place in the Sun

With modern details adorning the exterior and interior of this Solar Isle Drive home, it’s clear the bar has just been raised. read more >

Harvest Moon

Because in Fort Lauderdale, we need a little more than just a slight temperature drop to kick-start the fall season. read more >
Are we still where the boys are? Absolutely.
Fort Lauderdale has plans and strategies for building to serve a growing community’s housing needs. But what’s the reality for people living it?
What happens when you mix modern fashion with vintage jewelry pieces? The revival of classic style.

The architecture of a boutique condo project in Fort Lauderdale Beach is an homage to outdoor living in South Florida.

In the Ritz-Carlton’s Fort Lauderdale Beach hotel, Burlock Coast offers laid-back but knowledgeable quality.

The Needham Estate isn’t your usual Fort Lauderdale house on the market. It’s a genuine and important piece of Fort Lauderdale history.