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    Named as one of the top 100 cities to live and start a family in the country because of its nationally recognized low-crime, excellent schools, parks within two miles of every neighborhood, Coral Springs is the 5th largest cities in Broward County that continues to build for the future and embrace diversity. Families come to stay and grow in Coral Springs and commercial opportunities for entrepreneurshealthcareprofessional, and technology industries continue to expand, making it a recruiting heaven for local employers.

    The Corporate Park of Coral Springs is conveniently located with direct access to major highways like Sawgrass Expressway and Florida Turnpike, and only a short drive from all major seaports and airports. This Corporate Park is an ideal home for advanced manufacturingcorporate HQspharmaceuticallogisticslife sciencesdistributions and emerging technologies.

    In the last 10 years, there has been a huge increase of new hair salon openings in my city, so competition is increasing. Since I've been affiliated with economic development,  I've seen  an increase of four to five new customers walking into my hair salon every week. With their help, my business is growing faster than it has in many years.
    James Holbrook
    Hair Salon
    The Economic Development Office continuously strives to enrich the Southeast Florida region's economic vitality by helping businesses to expand, relocate and succeed in Coral Springs. The office generates quick and simple solutions for many business needs while working for a stronger regional economy and the addition of high quality, local employment.
    Gregg D’Attile
    CEO & President, Art Plumbing, AC & Electric

    How can we help?

    Ana Barbosa

    Chief Economic Development Officer
    Coral Springs

    Yuu Soubra

    Economic Development Coordinator
    City of Coral Springs

    Anthony Pustizzi

    Interim Deputy City Manager
    Coral Springs