Hawaiian Gardens is a densely populated part of Fort Lauderdale and home to about 2,300 people who mostly work in services, administrative and finance, insurance and real estate professions. Living in Hawaiian Gardens, a heavily populated part of Fort Lauderdale, gives residents access to restaurants nearby, such as Makino Japanese Buffet in the neighborhood of Boulevard Woods. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of Boulevard Woods and Inverrary.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
Hawaiian Gardens is more affordable than other urban areas in Fort Lauderdale, such as Boulevard Woods, though it offers a similar city lifestyle. Nevertheless, in annual household spending, Hawaiian Gardens reports an average of $34.2K/year, while Boulevard Woods spends an average of $53.5K/year.
Hawaiian Gardens is distinct from neighboring Boulevard Woods by average household size and the percentage of households in the neighborhood that have children. There are 2.05 people per household in Hawaiian Gardens and 2.68 people per household in Boulevard Woods. With respect to the percentage of households with children, 18% have children in Hawaiian Gardens and in Boulevard Woods it's 31% of households with children.
Neighborhood School Stats
Some of the schools near the apartments in Hawaiian Gardens are Phyl's Academy, Lauderhill Middle School and Castle Hill Elementary School. In most areas, the listed addresses of the apartments for rent you are interested in will likely determine what schools your children will be able to attend. Talk with local district administrators or representatives for confirmation.
Lauderhill Middle School and Castle Hill Elementary School both have low student-teacher ratios. At Lauderhill Middle School it's 15-to-1 and at Castle Hill Elementary School it's 14-to-1.
By the number of schools in a district serving the area, 131 elementary schools, 54 middle schools and 63 high schools are located within the Palmbeach County Public Schools. The number of students per instructor, along with the overall student-body size, is less than that of Broward County Public Schools. Broward County Public district has more blue ribbons than Palmbeach County Public district and a higher Great Schools score.