Downtown Reporting Services is a Hollywood court reporting service that has spent the last twenty years establishing the most successful and well-respected court reporting firms in South Florida. We are one of the most technologically cutting-edge firms in the area and we guarantee timely service and accurate transcripts.
Our offices are located just south of Hollywood and is located off of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 208th St. We are a quick drive to Hollywood Beach, as well as Gulfstream Park. Local hotels and restaurants are available should you desire to spend some extra time in the “Atlantic City of the South”.
Whether you are local or from out of state seeking services here, we’re here to make your Hollywood legal case easier and will work with you to do all we can to ensure this ideal.
Please give us a call, send us an email, or stop by our office; we look forward to speaking with you!
2445 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, FL 33020
Hollywood, Florida was officially incorporated on November 28, 1925. Since then, the City of Hollywood has started from a low-lying marsh land to become the second highest populated city in Broward County, as well as the ninth largest city in Florida.
Joseph Young found himself in south Florida in 1920 to survey a few parcels of land that he wanted to purchase to build a “Dream City in Florida”. He envisioned a wide boulevard from the ocean to the edge of the Everglades, surrounded by lakes connecting the Intracoastal. His vision also included a sectioning of the city in to districts – which eventually led to modern day zoning regulations. Young wanted a central business district surrounded by large parks, schools, and churches.
Construction of the Hollywood Broadwalk began in late 1926. Young patterned this after Atlantic City’s famous boardwalk and hoped his Dream City would be the “Atlanitic City of the South”.
More recently, Hollywood has added The Anne Kolb Nature Centure, which has over 1500 acres of mangrove preserves, a fishing nursery site, as well as a protected bird rookery. Additionally, a sea turtle hatchery and preservation grounds have been founded on North Beach, and the Hollywood Art & Culture Center has become one of the core locations of the Arts and Entertainment districts of South Florida.