Palm Beach County

According to the Census Bureau in 2021 the population was 1,524,560. The “County stretches from Florida’s Atlantic coast into the state’s rural center and includes the northern edge of the Everglades national park.”

“The Palm Beaches, also referred to as Palm Beach County, have 39 distinct cities and towns, from Jupiter/Tequesta to the north and Boca Raton to the south. Notable districts within the destination are Palm Beach and Worth Avenue, Clematis Street, CityPlace, Arts & Entertainment District, Antique Row, Northwood Village, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter/Juno Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, Downtown Boca Raton, Wellington, Boca Town Center and Glades Road, Lake Okeechobee and Boynton Beach.” Source: The Palm Beaches Florida.

With its beautiful beaches, pristine land and vibrant lifestyle, Jupiter has become one of the most desirable places to live in America. In 2012 Coastal Living Magazine rated Jupiter as the 9th Happiest Seaside Town in America.

The town (population 67,130) is situated in one of the Northern most parts of Palm Beach County.  Real estate is predominantly residential, offering wide diversity in lifestyle options, from old-fashioned family-friendly neighborhoods, to condominiums, the celebrity homes and ocean front mansions on Jupiter Island and the large, equestrian friendly lots at Jupiter Farms. With one of the most sought after school systems in the state Jupiter is a great place to raise a family, retire or vacation.

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Juno Beach is a Florida paradise and one of the best kept secrets on earth. This beautiful seaside community offers an unparalleled island like lifestyle with a population of 6,555. Real estate in Juno Beach is predominantly residential. It is comprised heavily of intracoastal and oceanfront homes and condominiums and offers an ideal setting for vacation, permanent residence and retirement living.

Juno is a nature lover’s dream come true. Take in the breathtaking and ever-changing ocean views; swim, surf, sail, boat or take the kids to one of the numerous area parks and recreational areas, let them meet and learn about the area sea turtles; have the family pet join you at the special beach front dog park; jog or bicycle on the oceanfront bike path and various nature trails.

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North Palm Beach , the Village, as its known has a population of 13,162.  Its  primarily residential, made up of properties ranging from old-Florida ranch-style homes to large custom estates. Waterfront homes and condominiums offer breathtaking views along with direct access to the blue waters of the Atlantic. The community has maintained a small town atmosphere and is an ideal place to raise a family or retire.

Kayak, canoe, hike, picnic, bird watch, bicycle, swim or fish in the mangrove forest and waters of nearby John D. MacArthur State Park. Sunbathe, swim, surf or parasail on the beautiful Atlantic. World class boating, sailing, sports fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving are all at your fingertips, and access is easy from the extraordinary North Palm Beach Marina.

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The list of celebrities and VIP’s who choose Palm Beach County as home is large and growing. Quite simply, people who could live anywhere choose to live here.

The County is home to over 42,000 annual cultural events and 200 cultural organizations. It hosts 35 annual Art festivals, 72 historical sites, 48 performing arts music and dance organizations, 29 Arts attractions and nine children’s attractions.  (Thank you, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.)

Palm Beach County‘s Parks and Recreation Department is best in the state and a finalist for the best in the nation.

The County is enthusiastically business friendly and financially rich solid. In fact of 3,100 counties nationwide, Palm Beach County is also one of a just 22 to earn the highest possible bond rating, AAA, by all three of the major rating agencies, Moody’s Investors Services, Fitch, and Standard & Poor’s.

Palm Beach Gardens is a city of about 57,000, it is primarily residential offering a wide variety of housing options including condos, mixed use communities, single family homes, gated and non-gated communities, villas and estate homes.

Its public and private schools, including 40 magnet schools, offer high quality pre-K-12 education. The city offers a highly educated workforce, a proactive business climate, thriving Biotech and aerospace industries and a culture that embraces innovation, including close ties to Scripps Institute and the Max Planck Institute.

Palm Beach Gardens is very environmentally conscious, dedicating over 30% of its land mass to green space. It also offers a wide range of art and cultural opportunities including an award-winning “Art in Public Places” initiative designed to make world-class art and fine sculptures fully accessible to the public. Palm Beach Gardens offers an extraordinary range of fabulous things to do. It’s known as “the golf capital,” is headquarters of the Professional Golfers' Association of America. It has 12 golf courses and has been hosting PGA tournaments since 1971, including the Honda Classic which has been held at the PGA National Resort since 2007.

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Singer Island is a picturesque oceanfront neighborhood located on the Atlantic coast between Jupiter and Palm Beach. Real estate is predominantly residential, comprised of single family homes, oceanfront condos and waterfront properties. This upscale community offers pristine living, including miles of white sandy beaches which are consistently ranked among the top five in the County.

Singer Island is also an important nesting beach for loggerhead, green and leatherback sea turtles. The waters of the Caribbean Gulf Stream come closer to land on Singer Island than any place in North America, accounting for its spectacular greenish-blue hue while supporting an ideal year round climate. Culture and the arts are vibrant, wide-ranging and highly celebrated.

Sunbathe, swim, surf, parasail, take long strolls on the beach, go boating or sailing or snorkel and scuba dive at Phil Foster Park, voted one of the best dive locations in North America. Enjoy world-class sport fishing, dock for a day or a year at the private Marina located just one hour from the Bahamas.  

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Located along Florida’s Atlantic Ocean coast and immediately to the west of the adjacent town of Palm Beach and about 68 miles from Miami. West Palm Beach is a moderate-sized city with a 2020 population of 117,415 and is situated along the western shore of Lake Worth. It’s a lagoon and part of the Intracoastal Waterway separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a barrier Island which serves as the site of the town of Palm Beach. The location offers immediate access to highways and is conveniently located to several airports.

The area was initially developed by Henry Flagler whose goal was to establish Palm Beach as a resort area and West Palm Beach as more of a working-class community.

West Palm Beach is perfect for anyone wanting a rich culture and year-round excitement and activities. It’s surrounded by pristine beaches and waterways. The community offers a diverse character in its citizenry including a strong gay community.

Here you’ll find wonderful restaurants, live music, the renowned Norton Museum, the Society of the Four Arts, The Harriet" and the Kravis Center, sculpture gardens, zoos, aquariums, the Lion Country Safari, and Peanut Island. And then find still more fabulous elements of nature at Grassy Water Preserve or McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary.

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"Palm Beach County…if you can live anywhere or just want a great life, consider checking it out."

Palm Beach is also called Palm Beach Island, “The Island” and “The crown jewel of Palm Beach County.” As of 2022, the town’s population is about 9000.

Palm Beach was the vision of oil tycoon Henry Flagler who wanted to establish the area as America’s first winter resort destination.

Residents of the town live life at the very highest level while maintaining a real sense of community and even a small town kind of friendliness.

When so many wonderful things come together in one place it helps to explain why Robb Report Magazine simply selected it as, “America’s best place to live.”

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The village of Tequesta is a suburban waterfront community located along Route 1 in the northernmost part of Palm Beach County. The village, (population 6,164) is named after the Tequesta Indians.

Real estate in this riverfront community is predominantly residential offering wide diversity in housing options, including quiet single family residential neighborhoods, luxury properties, golf course communities, riverfront, intracoastal and oceanfront homes. Many retires enjoy the ease of life in secure low maintenance condominiums. 

Tequesta is family-oriented and a much desired location for vacation or retirement living. Tequesta offers the unique mix of small-town community combined with immediate access to just about anything you could ever want or need.

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