When looking for luxury condos in South Florida, many are looking outside of the Miami Metropolitan area and north to the areas surrounding West Palm Beach. The City of Palm Beach, located in Palm Beach County, may be the best bet for finding your new luxury condo, single family home, or gated community residence. Palm Beach is located entirely on the barrier island east of West Palm Beach along the historic A1A, meaning Palm Beach has miles and miles of waterfront properties, both along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and along Lake Worth. Nearby Everglades Island, a smaller adjacent Island to the west of the main barrier island, as well as tiny Tarpon Island are also considered part of Palm Beach and feature exclusive luxury condo living experiences.
Palm Beach is one of the most bustling urban centers in all of South Florida; however, it truly maintains its quiet beachfront living atmosphere, as most of the commerce and business centers are west in West Palm Beach, similar to the set up of Miami Beach in relation to Miami. This means most of the focus on Palm Beach is fun! With many upscale and luxury condos lining the shoreline, there are many units available that feature private beach access, as well as memberships to exclusive private clubs and spas.
Worth Avenue, adjacent to the A1A, which is called Ocean Avenue in Palm Beach, is home to some of the most exclusive shopping boutiques, from small designers, to well known retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue and Neimann Marcus. The Breakers Ocean Golf Course is one of the best in South Florida and features spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean from several holes on the course. The Giant Kapok Tree along the Lake Trail is a popular community gathering spot and place of local folklore. The Society of the Four Arts is the cultural center of Palm Beach and features exhibits from local and nationally known artists, painters, musicians, and performers. The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, named after one of the great pioneers of the region, contains a rich history of the region and many exhibits that explain the history of its settlement, before it became a hotbed for luxury condos and residences.
If you’re looking for Miami Beach type luxury in a more secluded and more development-friendly area, look no further than the countless luxury condos available on Palm Beach.