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Invest in Real Estate in Pompano Beach

Ready for your next sure-fire investment? Find stunning real estate in Pompano Beach, one of South Florida’s best-kept secrets. 

Pompano Beach has the same crystal-blue beaches and great weather as Miami and Fort Lauderdale, but with a smaller-town feel. Expect a high quality of life, great recreation options and busy weekend markets and festivals.

Renters are paying top dollar to move to Pompano Beach, located just north of Fort Lauderdale. With a strained housing supply and rental demand that’s not going away, now is the time to invest. 

Royal Empire Realty is your source for local investment expertise. We understand this city. We want to help you expand your Empire with real estate in Pompano Beach. 

The intracoastal waterway of Pompano Beach

Join us on a tour of what Pompano Beach has to offer… 

Pelicans on Pompano Beach Pier
Fishing from Pompano Beach Pier

Pompano Beach Pier

The Fisher Family Pier recently opened to the public as a dining, walking and leisure destination. The 900-foot length of the pier itself offers stunning views of white, sandy beaches all the way to the Hillsboro Lighthouse and a great vantage point for fishing.

The pier is also the home to newly established Pompano Beach Fishing Village, along the entryway to the pier. The redeveloped block around the recently named Pier Street includes high-end and casual restaurants, hotel space and a 655-car parking garage. Dining options include Oceanic Restaurant, Lucky Fish Beach Bar and Grill, Pompano Beach House and recent additions: BurgerFi, Kilwin’s and Cannoli Kitchen.

Reconstruction of the pier began in May 2017 after the original 1963 structure was damaged in a hurricane. The city announced the grand opening of the pier, after long delays due to COVID-19, for April 2, 2022. 

The pier redevelopment heightens Pompano Beach’s standing in the South Florida culture scene. Now is the time to invest in Pompano Beach housing real estate. 

Arts, Parks and Culture in Pompano

Even far from the ocean, the city of Pompano Beach has plenty to offer. Here are a few highlights:

Vendors, food trucks and artists spread across the Pompano Cultural Center for the Pompano Beach Pompano Beach Green Market every second and fourth Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., from November through April. Find local produce, live music and great food at this local favorite event.  

Pompano Beach Library opened in 2018 near Pompano Beach City Hall on Atlantic Avenue. It’s part of the city’s sprawling Cultural Center, which hosts performances, special events, classes and exhibitions.

The Pompano Beach Amphitheater, a.k.a. the Amp, seats an audience of 7,000, and hosts regular concerts, workshops, artist talks and exhibits – all outdoors. 

Pompano Beach Community Park

Pompano Community Park encompasses a baseball complex, the Aquatics Center, a tennis center and the amphitheater, along with this playground. The city’s Parks and Recreation department constantly hosts interesting events to be a part of.

Pompano Beach Aquatic Center

Pompano Beach Aquatic Center is an Olympic-size pool open for swimming laps.

Economic Development Opportunities

Aside from the reasons residents are moving to Pompano Beach, the city is committed to economic development.

The city has two community redevelopment areas. One is in the northwest of the city and encompasses Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Old Pompano and Dixie Highway. The East CRA includes East Atlantic Boulevard and Ocean Boulevard, near the ocean itself.

Both redevelopment areas offer several incentive programs to build new developments or renovate existing properties. These open up opportunities to make your investment in Pompano Beach stretch farther and yield a bigger impact. 

Stonewall Beach in Pompano Beach
A view of Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse from Pompano Beach

The Atlantic Ocean at Atlantic

Where Atlantic Boulevard meets the Atlantic Ocean … that’s where you’ll find the smooth sand and warm, gentle waters of Pompano Beach. And that’s just the beginning. The city claims an impressive stretch of South Florida’s famous oceanfront.

If the beaches themselves weren’t enough draw, the city of Pompano offers a variety of recreation options between the shoreline and A1A. Look for a water fountain designed for running through, green space popular for exercise classes at sunrise, a playground and pavilions perfect for gatherings.  

At the north end of Pompano Beach stands the Hillsboro Lighthouse, first built in the early 1900s, and restored by the Hillsborough Lighthouse Preservation Society. Visit the museum and join a tour on specific days. You can even climb the 175 winding steps of the tower for views 130 feet above the ocean. 

Most of the city of Pompano Beach is no more than six miles from one of its stunning, public beaches. That makes real estate in Pompano Beach ideal for any investor hoping to offer a beach lifestyle without the beach price tag. 

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