About Pembroke Pines

Welcome to Pembroke Pines – a bustling city located in sunny southern Broward County, Florida, just a hop, skip, and a jump (or 22 miles to be exact) north of the Magic City itself, Miami. Boasting a population of 171,178 and counting according to the 2020 census, Pembroke Pines proudly earns its spot as the fourth-most populous city in the Miami metropolitan area, home to a whopping 6,012,331 people in 2015. Come for the sunshine, stay for the community!

Pembroke Pines, Florida may be the 10th largest municipality in the state, but it’s got a small-town charm that keeps its over 170,000 residents calling it home. With its easy access to highways, employment centers, parks, and entertainment, it’s no wonder the city was named one of the “best places to live in America.” WalletHub also recognized the city as “2014’s Best City of Hispanic Entrepreneurs,” and Money Magazine ranked it #32 on its “Best Places to Live 2014” list. With a commitment to the arts, outstanding schools, cultural diversity, and a forward-thinking attitude, Pembroke Pines is definitely worth checking out.

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