The City of West Palm Beach is the largest in Palm Beach County and home to sunny palm-lined streets, breathtaking waterfront views, quaint shopping districts, historic and scenic neighborhoods, and exciting year-round outdoor festivals. Downtown West Palm Beach features a myriad of high rise residential buildings that allow you to live a bustling urban lifestyle where just about everything is within walking distance. CityPlace and the Clematis Street are vibrant pieces of Downtown, lined with fashionable martini bars, trendy nightclubs, elite boutiques, and fine dining establishments. If you have an interest in the theater and the performing arts, the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is the premier location to spend an evening. For museum enthusiasts, the Norton Museum of Art houses a world-renowned collection of European, American, Chinese and contemporary art. For those looking to enjoy the outdoors, the City’s newly renovated and teeming waterfront offers walkways and fantastic views of Palm Beach Island. But Downtown is only one aspect of West Palm Beach. Its historic residential neighborhoods are legion. Northwood, El Cid, Belair, Northboro Park, Flamingo Park and Prospect Park all offer traditional and elegant Old Florida homes in the Mediterranean, Revival and Key West styles, many of which are listed on the Register of Historic Places. Each contains a business district of its own, where local shopkeepers, many of whom also live in the neighborhood, have formed a unique bond with their community. Antique Row, along South Dixie Highway, gives you the opportunity to walk and browse in several blocks of locally owned boutiques that offer unique and rare treasures. On the city’s western edge, one can boat, hike, bike, and get a view of the Florida Everglades up close at Grassy Waters Preserve. Those looking for a more active lifestyle will find Ibis, a gated community that borders on the Preserve, and which sports three Nicklaus-designed championship golf courses, tennis courts, on-site restaurants, a spa and an extensive, professionally staffed fitness center, more to their liking. Simply put, West Palm Beach offers a diverse, multicultural lifestyle and has become a coveted destination for many looking to settle in Palm Beach County.
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