Dania

A City Rich in History
The historic roots of the first city in Broward County date back to the 1880’s, when much of what is now the FEC railroad line was laid through the area. In recognition of this transportation advantage, a pioneer and developer named W. C. Valentine planned a settlement called Modello and 12 Danish families moved from Chicago to settle there in 1898-1899. Three years later, 30 Danes were recruited from Oconto, Wisconsin to colonize the settlement, and the first home was built by A.C. Frost, for whom a park is now named. Frost built the first general store in 1902 and became Modello’s first postmaster. He also built and donated the Towns first two schools. The following year, Dania Methodist Church was erected, becoming the City’s first place of worship.

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$149,000
Dania Beach, FL
2
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Ocean Tides Realty
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$449,900
Dania Beach, FL
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Access International Rlty
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$199,900
Dania Beach, FL
2
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Charles Rutenberg Realty LLC
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$220,000
Dania Beach, FL
2
beds
1
baths
Listing courtesy of EXP Realty, LLC
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