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Old 06-08-2014, 05:02 PM
 
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Coconut Creek! The other choices not close to as good as Coconut Creek.
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Old 06-16-2014, 08:30 PM
 
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I'm in Deerfield. There are not a lot of apartments on the west side. There are condo's, but where I live we have rules about the number of condo's that can be rented. There are plenty of apartments in Coconut Creek. A large new development is just wrapping up at Lyons and Wiles. Another one just wrapped up at Hillsboro and 441 by the Walmart.

Just stay away from anything between I95 and Federal. Also try to stay at least a mile west of I95.

One other thing, Boynton is kind of far from the other 3 you mention.

This is one of the strange things about the geography here. We're 10 miles wide and 120 miles tall. You can easily make an error in judgement that will cost you a 100 mile a day round trip commute.

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Old 06-16-2014, 09:48 PM
 
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Whatever you do, stay North of PGA Blvd in Palm Beach county. Jupiter is even better. Vero is much better. Sarasota is very nice! I would NEVER live anywhere south of PGA Blvd. Today, WPB to Homestead is now one continuous city thanks to horrible city and county planners. Miami completely bites as it's almost a 3rd world city, and Broward is right behind Miami in terms of shallow, uneducated and apathetic people.
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