Lakes of Margate Apartments in Margate, FL (954) 543-1639
5750 Lakeside Drive
Margate, FL 33063
(954) 543-1639 (P)
(954) 543-1639 (P) (954) 543-1639 (P) (954) 972-0656 (F)
Office Hours:
Sunday: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM-6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM

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Living in Margate, Florida

Margate, Florida is a city with a population of just over 50,000. Even though it seems small, the city of Margate is part of a much larger community. The Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan area is home to over 5.5 million people. The city of Margate was not founded until the 1950s when it was mostly farmland. Margate gained its name from the founder of the town: Jack Marqusee and an homage to the area being considered a gateway to the western Broward County.

Nestled in between Coral Springs and Coconut Creek, Margate is only a 25-minute drive to the closest beach. Living in Margate allows residents ready access to that easy-going, beach-loving lifestyle, while avoiding living amongst the hustle of big coastal cities like Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach.

Margate has all the staple stores you need to be comfortable in this quaint town, like Publix Super Market and Walmart. Shoppers can also find more unique, handcrafted items at the Festival Marketplace, which features a daily farmer’s market full of fresh, local foods.

There is plenty to see at do in the surrounding Margate area involving sports, fitness, and wellness. Visit the home of the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium and watch a live game of your favorite sport with friends and family. Practice working on your swing at the Oriole Golf and Tennis Club. The City of Margate’s Parks and Recreation department offers its community swimming lessons and water aerobics courses at Calypso Cove – home of the Margate Motion Swim Team!

Living in a small town, one may worry that options for finding creative spaces may be limited. Easily experience the culture and artistic flair of a metropolitan theater by catching a live performance at the Broward Stage Door Theater. Begin appreciating the visual arts by browsing exhibits or taking a guided tour of the Coral Springs Museum of Art. They even offer art classes for the aspiring artist.

Florida is known for its everglades and preserved lands, making nature an integral part of Floridian life. Visit Butterfly World to see and learn all about the many species of butterflies that are raised in this sanctuary. Take in all of Florida’s beautiful and varied flora and fauna at the Fern Forest Nature Center.

If you’re having difficulty deciding between living in a bustling metropolis or somewhere with a small town vibe, look no further than Lakes of Margate. At our luxury apartments in Margate, residents can avoid the hassle of the big city while still being near all the finest dining, shopping, and entertainment that a metropolitan area has to offer.

When you move home to our Margate, FL apartments, you will find the town is a great place to retire or even raise a family. Enjoy a more relaxed pace of life and take in all the little things there are to love about this town. Community engagement, great school systems, and safety are three things that Margate takes very seriously. Don’t miss out on a chance to live at Lakes of Margate apartment homes and really experience the charm of small town life.