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West Palm Beach, FL

Getting to Know West Palm Beach, FL

Known for its breathtaking vistas and streets lined with palm trees, West Palm Beach promises residents an array of outdoor festivals, historic neighborhoods, exciting nightlife, trendy dining, boutique shopping and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. The downtown area thrums with energy in two major shopping and entertainment districts: CityPlace and the Clematis Street.

 

Did You Know?

The Palm Beach area is home to some of Florida's richest and most fertile farmlands. In fact, Palm Beach grows more than three quarters of one of the most valuable field crops in the state, sugarcane.

 

West Palm Beach Attractions

Eclectic nightclubs, boutique shopping and fine dining add to the appeal of downtown West Palm Beach. Residents enjoy candlelight dinners, martini bars and free concerts that are part of the Clematis by Night series. The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts offers performances, and you can find plenty of masterpieces to admire at the Norton Museum of Art. Take a stroll to enjoy waterfront walkways and panoramic views of the tropical scenery.

 

West Palm Beach Neighborhoods

Whether ocean views or an easy commute is important to you, there's a neighborhood in West Palm Beach to fit your needs. Choose the recently revitalized downtown area for a bustling urban environment filled with the city's best shopping, restaurants and bars. For a more classic beach-town vibe, look just outside downtown and south of the city in smaller communities like Lake Worth. Here are our picks for the best places to live in the West Palm Beach area:

  • Flamingo Park: Home to a number of professionals and families, Flamingo Park boasts a downtown location with a neighborly feel.
  • Delray Beach: If easy access to the beach is first on your priority list, Delray Beach is a top choice. The area also has shuttle and commuter train transportation.
  • CityPlace: The site of the city's biggest transformation, CityPlace hums with energy, new development and plenty of apartments and studio lofts. This neighborhood is also home to the A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts.
  • Northwood Village: An artistic hub, Northwood Village is the place to go to enjoy unique dining, vibrant building murals and quirky shops.
  • Boynton Beach: Home to the popular Oceanfront Park Beach, this neighborhood has plenty of activities for kids, top-notch shopping and even a wildlife refuge.

 

West Palm Beach Apartments

Apartments in West Palm Beach range in size from moderate studios to spacious three-bedroom rentals. Larger floor plans are typical, and many are similar in amenities to West Palm Beach condo rentals. Vacationers and snowbirds enjoy access to furnished apartments or short-term lease properties. You can find hot tubs, pools, fitness centers, wireless Internet and more in a large number of apartments. Browse the up-to-date listings of available properties, and let Apartment Guide help you find your next wonderful apartment in West Palm Beach.

 

Pet-friendly Places

If your dog loves salty air and sandy shores, head to Jupiter Beach, one of Florida's best pooch-friendly beaches. Dogs can roam without a leash in designated areas near Ocean Cay Park.

 

Free Things to Do in West Palm Beach

When looking for free things to do in West Palm Beach, the obvious choice is to head east to splash in the Atlantic Ocean. If you'd rather stick to the pavement, take part in Clematis by Night, a free concert series held every Thursday.

 

Family-friendly Activities in West Palm Beach

For an afternoon of family-friendly fun, embark on a tour through the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium or let kids discover a new world of play at the PLAYMOBIL® FunPark.

 

Best Schools in the West Palm Beach Area

Want to rent an apartment in a great school district? West Palm Beach is home to several well-respected schools, including South Olive Elementary School, Wynnebrook Elementary School, Bak Middle School of the Arts and A. W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts.

 

West Palm Beach Natural Beauty

Located at the edge of the Everglades, West Palm Beach features beautiful beaches and an abundance of parkland. Many visitors enjoy watching the local birds and wildlife native to Florida. On the western side of the city, biking and hiking are popular at Grassy Waters Preserve.

 

Best Nearby Beaches

The West Palm area provides its residents with superb beach options, including Palm Beach itself and nearby Peanut Island Park. Ocean Reef Park, located off Riviera Beach, is a great place to explore the ocean reef, and John D. MacArthur Beach State Park features a remote shore that can only be accessed by crossing a boardwalk.