Whether you are moving from out of state or just want to relocate to a city with a gorgeous coastline, North Palm Beach may be the perfect city for you to soak up some sunshine.
However, it has a reputation for luxury and is potentially out of budget for some. One of the most common questions potential residents have is, “What does it cost to live in North Palm Beach?”
Before we dive into the costs of living in this area, here are a few quick insights into the history of the city.
History of North Palm Beach
The city of North Palm Beach is nestled in Palm Beach County and is known for its pristine waters, beaches, and recreational activities. It is home to The Palm Beaches’ only state park, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park.
Bridgewater is, without a doubt, one of the hottest new communities for people raising families or settling into retirement. A luxury home community located just north of the bustling downtown West Palm Beach area and right near the ocean, it’s no wonder people are chomping at the bit to move here.
Just 7 miles away from the Atlantic Ocean, inside the Martin County School District line, Bridgewater offers 1+ acre estate homesites. Bridgewater may be the perfect luxury community for your lifestyle, with consumer-inspired floor plans and flexible living spaces.
What Makes Bridgewater Such a Great Place to Live?
Bridgewater is a gated community with single-family homes, located in Martin County. Bridgewater offers everything that makes a perfect
If you’re moving from up north or out west, you’re probably used to having some breathing room in your yard. You may even be hoping to stay away from the typical quarter acre lot communities and wondering where you can find a bit more breathing room between your home and your neighbors’ if you’re planning a move to this highly sought-after area.
While there are several highly sought-after luxury communities in Jupiter, not all of them will provide the ample amount of acreage you are in the market for. However, there are a few newer communities in Jupiter that provide their residents with larger lots.
3 Newer Jupiter Communities with Larger Lots
If you are looking for more acreage just outside a busy city and near the ocean, then Jupiter has a few
Those of us who already live in Palm Beach County know it’s a fabulous place to call home for countless reasons. But according to ChamberofCommerce.org, one Palm Beach County city in particular is now considered Florida’s best city to call home in 2019.
Beating out more than 2,500 cities in Florida, Palm Beach Gardens tops the list of Florida’s “Best Cities to Live In” for 2019, and some are even calling it the Sunshine State’s ultimate hidden gem.
Noted for its terrific schools, businesses, restaurants, and of course all the golf courses and gated communities that fill out the Palm Beach Gardens landscape, it’s easy to see what makes the community just so desirable.
In addition, Palm Beach Gardens is also close to Florida’s scenic Atlantic
The new Ancient Tree community in Palm Beach Gardens is making progress as 11 single-family homes have already been sold by builder/developer, DiVosta Homes.
Encompassing roughly 97-acres, Ancient Trees lies between the Avenir development and the Sandhill Crane Golf Club, just east of Coconut Boulevard, and will feature 97 homes on generously-sized lots that measure at least 90 feet wide once construction is finished.
Along with the larger lot sizes, homes for sale in Ancient Trees are also quite spacious, tallying three to four bedrooms with plenty of extra living space for future residents to enjoy.
Home prices within the community start at just $609,990, and developers expect Ancient Tree to be especially popular among people who already
If you're currently in the market for a luxurious new construction condo somewhere in the Palm Beach area, options and opportunities at finding exactly that are certainly plentiful right now. But despite the healthy inventory of new condos coming through the pipeline, several new buildings stand out at the moment, starting with our short list of Palm Beach County's hottest new construction condo developments in 2019.
5000 N. Ocean
Sophisticated new options in oceanfront living are possible with 5000 N Ocean. The luxury property overlooks the sand and water with nearly 350 feet of direct oceanfront property. The 19-story tower makes room for four-dozen condos, enjoying spectacular views and an endless supply of upscale delights and amenities.
One of the last undeveloped waterfront parcels of land in Jupiter lies where Jones Creek meets the Southwest Fork of the Loxahatchee River. But that could quickly change is Mattamy Homes receives approval from the town council to build homes there.
Once home to radio towers that belonged to R&R Broadcasting Company, the land located at 500 Delaware Boulevard is now overgrown and full of wildlife, which is exactly what makes this latest development proposal so tricky.
As noted in a recent interview featured in the Palm Beach Post, some nearby residents consider the parcel a “true wildlife corridor,” and there are also concerns regarding additional traffic being added to an already dangerous intersection along Indiantown Road should development move
Most newly built homes with a Coastal Modern design offer exactly what today’s home buyers want in a new place to live, and our latest listing located over at 8244 SE Old Plantation Circle is certainly no different.
Situated in Prado’s highly sought-after second phase, this single-story home is bright, open, and ultra-spacious, presenting prospective home buyers with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 3,483 square feet of total living space.
Outside, the home’s generous 0.56-acre lot provides more than enough outdoor space and privacy, not to mention sprawling, unobstructed views of one of Prado’s scenic community lakes.
Additional features include a heated swimming pool and spa, a commanding double-door front entry with an upscale look and feel,
Despite being taller than what city regulations allow for a site that’s smaller than 1.4 acres, the city commission essentially gave developers the green light to build a new, 24-story luxury condo tower at 1309 S. Flagler Street in West Palm Beach.
According to reports, the vote to initially approve the project was unanimous, although a final vote will still be needed in just a few short weeks.
If ultimately built, the new 1309 S. Flagler Street condo tower will have just 42 units—only two residences per floor—but still be among the tallest towers in West Palm Beach.
Two Roads Development and Alpha Blue Ventures are behind the condo proposal, and plans also call for units to have private elevator access, deep wraparound balconies with sweeping
Palm Beach County saw a population surge from July 2017 to July 2018, according to new numbers from the U.S. Census.
And thanks to no state tax and a recent change in federal tax law that now makes it more challenging to deduct income and property taxes in states like New York, New Jersey, and others around the country, it’s certainly possible more and more people will continue opting for the Sunshine State moving forward.
Back around this exact time last year it was reported that Palm Beach County’s population was projected to surpass 1.5 million people in 2018, even though population projections and statistics can be somewhat inaccurate.
Regardless of the exact figure, however, the low unemployment rate, attractive new tax laws, and of course