Flagler Village

Fort Lauderdale’s hip and artsy burgeoning neighborhood with towering condos, cultural hotspots and seamless downtown access.

Welcome to Flagler Village


Contemporary residences, lots of parks and a cutting-edge vibe.


Consider Flagler Village Fort Lauderdale’s version of Miami’s Wynwood – colored in murals, new condominium and apartment complexes and an undeniably hip vibe. The neighborhood is located just north of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, east of Federal Highway / U.S. 1, generally west of Andrews Avenue, south of Sunrise Boulevard and north of NE 4th Street. With this neighborhood, Las Olas Boulevard is within a five-minute drive and Fort Lauderdale Beach – accessible via Las Olas or Sunrise Boulevard – is within 10 minutes.


The history of Flagler Village dates back to the 1920s, when it originally was a commercial district. Through the decades, it housed an array of local businesses spanning automotive dealerships, repair shops and marine dealers. In the early 2000s, the city began to redevelop the approximately 300-acre neighborhood and, today, it is visibly lined with some of the city’s most modern residential complexes as well as bars, restaurants and art studios that have become regional destinations.


What to Love


  • Accessibility to downtown and the city’s recreational hub, Holiday Park
  • Amenity-full residential buildings for an active lifestyle
  • Cultural and culinary destinations aplenty within blocks


Local Lifestyle


Flagler Village is in the center of it all, with shopping, nightlife and leisure activities within minutes. Along Federal Highway / U.S. 1 and on the neighborhood’s eastern edge are multiple grocery stores, coffee shops, big-name/regional restaurants and the 90-acre Holiday Park. In 2023, Holiday Park experienced an incredible transformation, with new pickleball courts, a major enhancement to The Parker performing arts venue and a new arrival in the form of the Florida Panthers’ practice facility. The park is home to the Jimmy Evert Tennis Center, dozens of sports fields/courts and paths for walkers and runners alike. For additional grocery and shopping options, Sunrise Boulevard – along Flagler Village’s northside – has options galore within 5 minutes, including the Galleria Mall.


Dining, Entertainment, Shopping


Beyond what is accessible within minutes, Flagler Village has dining, entertainment and shopping options without having to leave the neighborhood’s confines.


Wells Coffee is Fort Lauderdale’s leading coffee roaster, with its original location tucked on NE 2nd Avenue. On a given day, this is where Fort Lauderdale’s remote work warriors flock to with pour over coffees, meticulously-crafted lattes and an intimate selection of baked goods providing the fuel. Definitely give its famous horchata cold brew a try and, for the coffee purists, the spot sells bags of freshly roasted coffee, too.


Invasive Species Brewing, a stone’s throw south of Wells Coffee on NE 2nd Avenue, is one of the hippest breweries in town. Among its staples are wildly flavored sours, a heart selection of IPAs and the sweetest of stouts. When hunger calls, the brewery typically has a food truck parked out front and you can enjoy your grub – and mingling with friends – out back under its covered tent.


For pizza, Heritage has quickly risen the ranks as one of Fort Lauderdale’s best spots for a pie. Tucked on NE 9th Street, its concoctions include a traditional New York pie, alla vodka offering topped with imported smoked pancetta and, yes, even one with Wagyu meatballs. You can make a whole night out of Heritage and its neighbors – when you’re done grubbing, hit Glitch Bar next door which has dozens of arcade and video game consoles.


A co-working space by day and nightclub by night? Yes, it’s happening at The Hub Spark. Nestled on NE 4th Ave., this is a go-to destination for the city’s creatives during working hours. At night, the expansive spot has a bar space with bean bag chairs, a private karaoke room, outdoor patio and a full club set-up.


Things to Do


Fort Lauderdale Artwalk – with street vendors selling art, food clothing and seemingly everything in between – happens on the last Saturday of the month in the neighborhood’s MASS District. Also keep an eye on Sistrunk Marketplace’s event calendar, beyond its dozen-plus culinary stalls, the food hall regularly hosts local musicians for performances. The recently-opened The Angeles also hosts regional and national musicians, with the swanky Holly Blue eatery next door.




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