January 26, 2016
According to a January 26 on-line article in the New York Post, Palm Beach County has a fresher, hipper side. While the area still caters to an older generation, there is a younger scene that includes craft beer, concerts, trendy wine bars, pop art, eco-minded lagoons and boutique hotels. Read More
With a January average temperature of 75 degrees, Palm Beachers enjoy getting outside during winter. Combine your water sports and scenic tour with kayaks and stand-up paddleboards readily available at Jupiter Outdoor Center. Want to know all about manatees? Next month the PFL Eco-Discovery Center will unveil their Manatee Lagoon.
If you are interested in the local performing arts, catch a show at one of the many venues including The Kravis Center or Boca Raton’s Ampitheater. Want a non-stop music fest? Plan on attending the annual SunFest from April 27 ‘“ May 1. Last year’s event in West Palm Beach featured 50 bands with over 175,000 people in attendance.
Palm Beach County is home to over 42,000 cultural experiences complete with the world’s first ‘Cultural Concierge’ to guide you through the choices. There is something for everyone with art exhibits, the Annual Jewelry, Art and Antique Show and the charming art boutiques in Northwood Village, Downtown Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.
Food and drink are readily available thanks to a plethora of dining establishments and bars. The culinary choices are as varied as the restaurants themselves; fine dining, steakhouses, sushi, casual sandwich shops, bakeries and so much more. Craft beer and wine bars are a welcome addition to the traditional pubs and bars and are a fan favorite for locals and tourists alike.
Ready to book your trip to Palm Beach County? You will have no problem finding an exceptional selection of resorts and hotels to accommodate your stay. Simply decide on a location and a budget. Some of the signature properties have been recently renovated to continue offering first class amenities. The Breakers in Palm Beach just renovated its spa ($8M) and the PGA National Resort and Spa renovated the 33,000 square foot Sports and Racquet Club ($4M). There are several new hotels across the county including several Hilton properties and a Hyatt Place. A Mandarin Oriental Hotel is being planned for Boca Raton.
With a tourism industry that generates $7.3 billion annually, Palm Beach County has so much to offer. It’s no surprise that the area has become a hot spot to a younger crowd that is eager to join the faithful snowbirds and seasonal tourists.
Are you ready to move to Palm Beach County? Please contact Randy Ely and Nicholas Malinosky today. Mr. Ely and Mr. Malinosky are experts in the beach area market and were ranked by REAL Trends/Wall Street Journal, The Thousand as #1 in Florida and #9 in the nation for Top Team Average Sales Price of $8.17M.
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