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About the city of Wilton Manors and it's nearby attractions

Wilton Manors- The Island City

Wilton Manors is a small, independent city just north of Fort Lauderdale, in Broward County Florida. At just under two square miles, it is the home to approximately 11,500 residents (though noticeably more in the winter!) and is nearly entirely surrounded by two branches of the Middle River. Most of the homes in the city were constructed in the 50s and 60s after the city's founding in 1947. Wilton Manors prides itself on it's inclusive nature and actively supports gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender business and tourism. A recent survey showed that on a percentage basis, it has the second highest concentration of same sex couple residents! (http://miamiherald.typepad.com/gaysouthflorida/2011/09/the-census-confirms-it-wilton-manors-is-one-of-the-united-states-gayest-places.html)

What's nearby?

Wilton Drive, where the concentration of commercial activity can be found, is a quick four minute walk from Audrey Place. There are over 40 bars, stores and restaurants to choose from.

The Venue

The Venue complex is a popular spot with a restaurant, and the nightclub called Manor.

Angel's and Island City Lofts

Angel's restaurant is known for it's decor...Angel loves any and all holidays! Island City Lofts is the most modern condo complex located right on Wilton Drive.

Belle Isle

The Belle Isle complex, with it's mixed use townhomes and businesses are on the northern end of Wilton Drive.

The Shoppes of Wilton Manors

Ground zero of the Drive, the Shoppes of Wilton Manors features Steel Gym, Georgie's Alibi Restaurant and Video Bar, TJ Thai Sushi, Humpy's Pizza, Hunter's Nightclub and Chic Optique, among other stores.

Wilton Manors...The Island City

The vibrant, fun city of WIlton Manors welcomes residents and visitors!

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is the county seat of Broward County. It is most easily accessed by the Fort Lauderdale International Airport, Interstate 95 and the Florida Turnpike. Its economy is largely tourist oriented but also is very well known for the yachting industry and boat production. The vibrant downtown is centered on the Las Olas Riverfront, and Las Olas Boulevard just to the east has a broad array of shops and restaurants. The city has a number of classic and luxury car dealerships as well. World Famous Fort Lauderdale Beach is only three miles east of downtown. The cruise port serves nearly 4 million passengers per year.