Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Palm Beach Gardens is a signature city in Florida developed in the early 1960s from vacant fields of dairy cattle grazing land in Palm Beach County. John D. Mac Arthur, multimillionaire insurance magnate and landowner, planned and built his dream city, sparing no expense and created a community with exceptional quality of life.

PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is home to five championship 18-hole golf courses, one of which has hosted the 1983 Ryder Cup, the 1987 PGA Championship, the Senior PGA Championship for 19 consecutive years from 1982 to 2000, and the PGA Tour's Honda Classic since 2007.
PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is home to five championship 18-hole golf courses, one of which has hosted the 1983 Ryder Cup, the 1987 PGA Championship, the Senior PGA Championship for 19 consecutive years from 1982 to 2000, and the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic since 2007. File photo: Eric Glenn, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

About The Community

Palm Beach Gardens encompasses 56 square miles with over 30% of land mass dedicated to green space. The city was built with a vision of hundreds of waterways, rolling terrain, magnificent pine and shade trees, and rich foliage. The winding city streets without sidewalks are named after flowers and trees and lined with lush native and transplanted trees and flowers. Two magnificent Banyan trees that were transplanted at great cost and effort welcome you at the entrance to the City. The first buildings to be built in the city were churches of all denominations.


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An aerial view of real estate in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.
An aerial view of real estate in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.

Palm Beach Gardens offers an excellent business environment and has recreation programs for all ages. As a result, within a short time it has become a sought after place to live and today over fifty thousand people have made Palm Beach Gardens their home and the numbers are growing. The level of education and income of the residents is above state average.

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The Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course is a challenging course carved out of the beautiful Loxahatchee Nature Preserve. This is a unique municipal course in Florida because it winds through natural preserve and wetland areas around southern pines, palm trees, and marshland. The elevations offer breathtaking views.

Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course, a challenging course carved out of the beautiful Loxahatchee Nature Preserve.
Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course, a challenging course carved out of the beautiful Loxahatchee Nature Preserve.

The Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center offers top-notch cardiac care, orthopedics, and pulmonary care and rehabilitation services. It has been rated in the top 5% in the nation for cardiac interventional procedures. Their Tenet Wellness Van is an exciting concept in preventive healthcare offering specially priced mammograms and complimentary blood pressure, prostate, stroke and cholesterol screenings.

The Gardens shopping mall in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida features more than 160 specialty shops and restaurants.

The city offers wonderful shopping at the popular Gardens Mall. An evening out can include live entertainment Kravis Center and dinner and dancing at City Place and Clematis Street. Other local attractions include the Flagler Museum, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, and Norton Museum of Art. Palm Beach Gardens is well known for its Arts in the Gardens program featuring popular artists. Taste of the Gardens is a Sunday morning market offering fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, music, arts, and crafts.

The Palm Beach Gardens campus of the Palm Beach Community College offers credit and noncredit courses, programs, workshops and associate degrees in arts and science. The campus boasts of modern multimedia classrooms and laboratories, a horticultural nursery, community athletic fields and art gallery. The Campus Theatre is a cultural hub for northern Palm Beach County.

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