The General Membership meeting on April 26 was a success with a good showing of Coral Ridge residents. Officer Tom Gestel of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department provided an update on crime. Fortunately, there has not been an increase in crime over the last month and a half. Unfortunately, our Continue reading
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Thursday, April 26 is our Association General Membership meeting. Join us at the George English Park Community Center at 7 p.m. The agenda includes a presentation of the Coral Ridge Master Plan and discussion of proposed improvements (see photos and … Continue reading
Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. you are invited to a party with a purpose at our local Birch State Park. The all-day extravaganza offers engaging activities that celebrate the values of sustainability, community and fun! The festivities include: Continue reading
According to MLS statistics, 24 homes sold in the first quarter of 2012 in Coral Ridge. Of the 24 sales, 14 were single family homes (6 waterfront & 8 non-waterfront). The waterfront properties sold for an average price of $1,058,334. One of the waterfront sales was a “short sale”. The “non-waterfront” average sales price was $508,444. One of the 8 sales was a short sale. None of the 14 single family home sales was a bank-owned property.
Four waterfront condos sold for an average price of $150,500 (one short sale). One non-waterfront condo sold for $80,000.
One waterfront townhome sold for $700,000. Four non-waterfront townhouses sold for an average of $366,250. One was a short sale and one was a bank owned property.
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The photos are in! Once again, the Coral Ridge Easter Egg Hunt was a resounding success. Some say this was the largest showing ever. It was great to see so many neighbors, freinds and kids all having a great time. … Continue reading
Come join us at noon on Saturday, April 7, at Jack & Harriet Kaye Park (across the street from George English Park) for the Annual Coral Ridge Easter Egg Hunt. Inge Grossmann, her daughter Monica, and her grandson stuffed 1500 plastic eggs for the hunt! There are also several golden eggs that include a prize. The park will be sectioned off for three separate age groups: 4 years old and younger; 5 – 7 years old; and 8 years old and up. This is a great event for the children of Coral Ridge and a great opportunity to meet your neighbors. Remember to bring your child’s basket and arrive early. The hunt starts at noon sharp and the eggs get scooped up quickly! We look forward to seeing you Saturday.