Tag: Fort Lauderdale

The Yachting Capital Of The World

October 21, 2016 by Susan Rindleyl

With over 300 miles of inland waterway and 50,000 registered yachts, Fort Lauderdale is often referred to as the “Yachting Capital of the World.”  Annually, Fort Lauderdale gets 3,000 hours of sun serving as a haven for boaters who enjoy the finer things in life like leisurely rides along the Intracoastal.  Early in the morning, […]

Fort Lauderdale Penthouses – A New Outlook On Luxury

September 26, 2016 by Susan Rindleyl

  Fort Lauderdale real estate is synonymous with panoramic waterfront views, gorgeous architecture and easy access to some of the best dining and nightlife South Florida has to offer.  Fort Lauderdale penthouse living opens up a whole new world of decadence that is both chic and ornate at the same time. Susan Rindley, ONE Sotheby’s […]

Women Build!

May 9, 2015 by Susan Rindleyl

I lived on my own for many, many years so I would consider myself pretty handy around the house. I’ve painted walls, fixed toilets, and moved my entire place more than I care to talk about. But what I’ve been working on the past few months was beyond anything I can dream up at Home […]

Creating a Beautiful, Livable Home

January 17, 2015 by Susan Rindleyl

I recently went to a New Year’s Eve party that blew me away. The lights, the music and the flow were all perfect. Everything was so elegant, yet comfortable. The party was at the home of Brett Sugerman and Giselle Loor – the couple who make up B and G Design, one of the hottest […]

How to Maintain a Healthy Home

October 20, 2014 by Susan Rindleyl

If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time and money maintaining yourself. You get your hair cut and colored every couple of months, you slather on beauty products every night to keep the wrinkles at bay and you hit the gym or the yoga studio to keep your body healthy. So why not […]

Coral Ridge: The Best of Both Worlds

August 27, 2014 by Susan Rindleyl

I just bought a home in Coral Ridge Country Club Estates because I honestly believe this neighborhood offers the best of both worlds. It is unique because you can live on the water, but play golf or tennis minutes away at Coral Ridge Country Club. Coral Ridge is centrally located in east Fort Lauderdale along Bayview Drive. […]

The Beverly Hills of Fort Lauderdale: Harbor Beach

July 27, 2014 by Susan Rindleyl

It is exclusive. It is luxurious. It is a waterfront paradise. And it’s tucked away in a tiny corner, nudged between the intracoastal and the south end of Fort Lauderdale Beach. Let me tell you about Harbor Beach, because I am in love with this community. It is a place I called home for many […]

Can you envision it? Fort Lauderdale in 2035! The city of Fort Lauderdale has launched an innovative project to basically predict the future. City staff and a “visioning” committee have spent the last two years connecting with more than 5,000 residents to figure out how the city should look and operate in 20 years.  As […]

Top Schools Are Luring Buyers to South Florida

July 3, 2014 by Susan Rindleyl

Don’t think. Just answer this question quickly. Why are families from New York moving to South Florida? You probably guessed it’s because of our weather, or the fact that we have no state income tax or that it’s a lot cheaper to live here. And yes, those are some of the reasons. But would you […]