Palm Beach

With lush natural beauty and show-stopping resort homes, this tropical haven is the epitome of coastal elegance.

Welcome to Palm Beach, Florida

With lush natural beauty and show-stopping resort homes, this tropical haven is the epitome of coastal elegance.
 
Sought-after for its resorts and pristine shoreline, locals know that an afternoon in the sun in Palm Beach is always a great idea. Here, you’ll find everything you need at local shops, fantastic eateries with vibrant menus, and one-of-a-kind waterfronts.  
 
Palm Beach is separated from the mainland by the waters of Lake Worth Lagoon. A little over an hour north of Downtown Miami, Palm Beach’s atmosphere feels discreet and private, and a long, well-established history contributes to Palm Beach’s character, rooted in its gorgeous scenery and high-end resorts. 
 
Palm Beach contains some of the most coveted estates in the world. Multimillion-dollar real estate is the norm in Palm Beach, pressed along the golden coast for panoramic ocean views. Historic estates with Spanish and Mediterranean architectural influences pay homage to Old Florida, while sleek condos exude modern glamor. 
 

What to Love

  • Home to some of the nation’s best beaches
  • Close to major metropolitan cities without feeling urban
  • A bustling commercial scene with a small-town charm

Local Lifestyle

With endless sunny days, family-friendly boat tours around historical estates, designer fashions, and a rich cultural scene bursting with museums, the treasures of Palm Beach provide a day-to-day lifestyle that keeps residents on their toes. Whether you have private aviation access or choose to take one of the many public transportation routes including Brightline and PB, getting around Palm Beach is a cinch, and the city is particularly known for its walkability. 
 

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Despite its small size, Palm Beach has a trove of dining and retail options. Lined with pretty pastel buildings and grand architecture, Worth Avenue is Palm Beach’s must-see shopping and culinary destination. You will find an abundance of top designers here, including Chanel, Valentino, and Tourneau. At the Royal Poinciana Plaza, you’ll find an eclectic blend of restaurants and shops, including high-end fashion names like Hermes and Olrebar Brown, as well as boutique retailers such as Frame
 
Foodies visiting or living in Palm Beach can rejoice at the number of Michelin-rated restaurants and inventive cuisines. Among them, Sant Ambroeus stands out for their authentic Milanese cuisine, served in a chic environment and paired with a top-notch cocktail menu. Lola 41 brings the historic charms of Nantucket straight to the coast of Florida, and the restaurant prides itself on a globally inspired menu. 
 
New American cuisine and creative small plates are the stars of the show at Buccan, and its sister restaurant next door — Imoto — expands this small-plates-big-flavors mentality with their menu of fresh sashimi, sushi, and other delicious Japanese fares. If you’re ready to escape to the lavish beauty of Southern France, Le Bilboquet brings to Florida the warm, posh spirit of European dining. 
 

Things to Do

The wellness-oriented culture of Palm Beach is one of the driving factors in the town’s plentiful activity offerings. When they’re not out on the ocean partaking in sailing or watersports, residents can often be found taking advantage of the many health and fitness centers in the area, including the 1Fitness gym. 
 
Alternately, you could forgo personal trainers for a leisurely bike ride along the Lake Trail, while anyone in need of a little self-care will want to check out the salon and spa services of places like Paul Labrecque and Tammy Fender Holistic Skincare
 
Fans of the arts will fall in love with the many galleries and museums of Palm Beach, including the Norton Museum's collection of more than 7,000 globally-sourced works. Other popular destinations include the Pace Gallery and Gavlak Gallery, which house diverse collections of contemporary fine art. 
 
For family and kid-friendly activities, as well as community-centered fun, Palm Beach’s resorts prove to be an invaluable resource. A day at The Breakers — a 5-star luxury hotel — can include lounging by the pool, hitting up the on-site arcade, playing sports at the kid’s entertainment center, or taking family golf lessons. Trivia and Bingo Nights are always a hit at The Colony Hotel, a pink-shaded boutique resort known for its lovely aesthetics. 
 

Schools

Palm Beach is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:

  • Palm Beach Day Academy, PK & K-9, highly rated private school
  • The Benjamin School, PK & K-12, highly rated private school ranked among the top in the county

 

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Overview for Palm Beach, FL

9,267 people live in Palm Beach, where the median age is 69.8 and the average individual income is $186,990.2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

9,267

Total Population

69.8 years

Median Age

High

Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.

$186,990.2

Average individual Income

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