Location

Located in downtown Hollywood, Florida, directly on Young Circle, in between the downtown districts of greater Miami and greater Fort Lauderdale. The city of Hollywood has seen tremendous growth during the past several years due in part to its proximity to major metropolitan areas, but also because of its well-established neighborhoods and business communities.

Location

City of Hollywood

The City of Hollywood is a beachfront community located in southeastern Broward County about midway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Founded by Joseph Young in 1925, Hollywood is approximately 30 square miles in size and is Broward’s third-largest municipality with a population of roughly 143,000 residents. Hollywood is home to more than 60 parks, seven golf courses, seven miles of pristine beaches, and the one-of-a-kind Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. Hollywood provides a hometown atmosphere with a world-class beach in the heart of South Florida.

City of Hollywood
Downtown Hollywood

Downtown Hollywood

Characterized by quaint sidewalk cafés, brick-lined walks, and six blocks of unique boutiques, shops, art galleries and dozens of excellent restaurants along Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison Street, this pedestrian-friendly environment is the perfect place to enjoy South Florida. Just minutes from the beach, the Downtown Hollywood, FL district is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the backdrop for year-round festivals, street markets, and entertainment.

If it’s nightlife and clubs you crave, nobody does it better than Hollywood. Get a taste of South Florida’s international music and culture with live jazz, blues, rock, Latin, and R&B. Bars and clubs are concentrated tightly here, allowing you to enjoy a variety of experiences just a few steps apart. Order a refreshing cocktail and find out why Downtown Hollywood is just as fascinating at night as it is during the day.

Arts Park at Young Circle

The ArtsPark at Young Circle is located in a 10-acre traffic circle in Downtown Hollywood, offering a wide array of visual and performing arts themed educational, recreational, and entertainment activities. Visual Arts Pavilion features live glass blowing demonstrations, salsa dance classes and art gallery. Amphitheater hosts free weekly concerts and events.

Arts Park at Young Circle
Hollywood Beach

Hollywood Beach

Seven miles of pristine beaches and the one-of-a-kind Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, a promenade that stretches nearly 2.5 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. Named one of America's Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel + Leisure magazine, this brick-paved thoroughfare hosts pedestrians, joggers, bicyclists, roller-bladers, and millions of others every year. Dozens of eateries and inns line the Broadwalk and the promenade also features the Hollywood Beach Theatre, a children’s water playground at Charnow Park, and many other attractions.