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Sunrise (Broward, Florida)

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  • GL Homes planning community near Delray Beach

    GL Homes planning community near Delray Beach
    GL Homes, a leader in the luxury and "active adult" markets, is targeting younger buyers at a new community near Delray Beach. The Sunrise-based builder plans 458 single-family homes on 128 acres along the north side of Atlantic Avenue, just east of...
  • Middle River becoming parking lot for boats

    Middle River becoming parking lot for boats
    This city that hails itself as the Venice of America may be a victim of its own success. Out on the Middle River, south of Sunrise Boulevard and the Galleria mall, boaters have found a perfect spot to drop anchor and enjoy the Florida sunshine. But...
  • Markham Park youths on target with state titles

    Florida trap shooting titles were recently up for grabs at the Silver Dollar Shooters Club in Tampa, and a young group from the Markham Youth Shooting Club proved up to the challenge in the various events. Four members from the club based at the Markham...
  • Florida tests high-tech devices to prevent wrong-way crashes

    Florida tests high-tech devices to prevent wrong-way crashes
    The state is moving forward with a high-tech plan to prevent wrong-way crashes on portions of Florida's Turnpike and the Sawgrass Expressway. Solar-powered, flashing signs that warn wrong-way drivers and also alert authorities to their presence will...
  • Broward mayors to check each other out at Sunrise challenge

    Broward mayors to check each other out at Sunrise challenge
    At least a dozen mayors are taking up the gauntlet set down by Sunrise Mayor Mike Ryan and will participate in a June 7 Mayors’ Chess Challenge at Sunrise City Hall. They’ll be looking for any advantage they can get.  “I just hope...
  • Metropica gets green light in Sunrise

    Metropica gets green light in Sunrise
    Metropica, a $1 billion project with enough square feet to hold 70 football fields, will change the skyline of western Broward with buildings up to 30 stories — the tallest in Sunrise. Sitting as the city's Local Planning Agency, commissioners...
  • Metropica project seeks approval in Sunrise

    Metropica project seeks approval in Sunrise
    Metropica, one of the largest mega-developments ever planned in Broward County, comes to City Hall on Tuesday for approval. Sunrise commissioners are expected to vote on a development agreement that would expire in May 2029. Metropica would rise on...
  • Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills

    Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills
    It's like nothing that has ever been built in South Florida. Known as Metropica, the "city within a city" would have: •More than 2,000 condos •300 townhomes •Enough commercial space to hold 11 Wal-Marts. The massive, $1.5...
  • East Las Olas Boulevard Bridge to close overnight May 27-30

    East Las Olas Boulevard Bridge to close overnight May 27-30
    The East Las Olas Boulevard Bridge will be closed May 27-30 between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. to allow crews to paint the movable span of the bridge. According to the Florida Department of Transportation, all eastbound traffic will be detoured to Sunrise...
  • Free house paint for residents through county programs

    Free house paint for residents through county programs
    Residents in Palm Beach County and select cities in Broward can get free, high-quality exterior latex paint from Solid Waste Authority recycling programs. This could save you hundreds, since a 5-gallon bucket of paint down at the home improvement center...
  • In Broward, two pedestrians and one cyclist hit on an average day

    In Broward, two pedestrians and one cyclist hit on an average day
    Two pedestrians and one bicyclist are struck by drivers on average each day on Broward's roads. The reasons are plentiful, according to Ricardo Gutierrez, Broward's bicycle and pedestrian coordinator. First, blame our car-centric society.  Then consider...