Melissa Donnahoe, broker / owner


Royal Empire Realty


Where should I invest?

The city of Coral Springs is an up-and-coming hot spot. With the city itself planning to develop several destinations with its Cornerstone Project, there is a high potential for growth for any business in the area. Already located in Coral Springs is The Walk – a popular strip of restaurants and stores that attracts Coral Springs residents as the place to be. In Coral Springs, you will be among a community of successful businesses such as Coral Springs Automall, Blue Stream and Broward Health. 

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A South Florida hot spot for nightlife and events, Fort Lauderdale has it all. Interested in Florida’s historic coastline? Travel along scenic A1A for incredible beach views. Want to be a part of an active social scene? Check out Fort Lauderdale’s variety of clubs, wine bars and breweries. There’s something for everyone in this festive city, making it perfect for business owners marketing to a diverse crowd.

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The city’s new initiative to provide fiscal incentives for new business investments in Pompano Beach allows for booming job opportunities. Pompano Beach is marketing itself as a business opportunity with the potential for high growth for anyone who takes advantage of their redevelopment and investment programs. 

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Centrally located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood is a prime location to open up your business. If being between the two busiest cities in South Florida isn’t enough potential traffic for your business, Hollywood is also home to Port Everglades, one of the largest commercial ports in the world. This dynamic combination makes it home to some of the most successful commerce in Florida.

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A large and diverse city with a wide array of business opportunities, the City of West Palm Beach is situated just on the other side of Lake Worth Lagoon from the tourist hub, Palm Beach. West Palm Beach features shopping and nightlife districts in CityPlace and along Clematis Street as well as cultural attractions such as the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the Norton Museum of Art. 

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One of the most diverse cities in Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach has a plethora of hidden gems for Florida natives. The Lake Worth Lagoon attracts large crowds looking to spot manatees in the fall and winter. Downtown Lake Worth is an eclectic mix of businesses that have everything the average citizen needs. If being in the center of art, music and the beach sounds like the perfect place to have your business, then Lake Worth is the spot for you.

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Key cities in South Florida: West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boca Raton, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood

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