Planned as a "garden city," with over 30 percent of its land dedicated to green space, Palm Beach Gardens in Florida finely balances luxurious upscale amenities with respectfully preserved tropical settings to provide an extraordinary quality of life. Several gated communities include everything from villas to estate mansions. Spacious 2-bedroom condos offer affordable living with plentiful recreation in the heart of town.
The Harbour Oaks neighborhood in the west of the city is only minutes away from the beach, boating, country clubs and restaurants and conveniences at the Gardens Mall shopping center. The beautifully landscaped gated community offers resort-style living and gorgeous views of the nearby preserve. In the residential center of Palm Beach Gardens, Magnolia Bay is an enchanting community featuring single-family homes, villas and townhouses. Shops, recreational facilities and the charming lakeside gazebo are all readily accessible, and the location is also just a short drive to the Interstate 95. In southWest Palm Beach Gardens, the Monterey Pointe neighborhood, bordered by golf courses and lakes, features spacious homes with cathedral ceilings and private pools. Residents will appreciate pavilion views of the dedicated wildlife preserve on the west. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy playing on some of the finest courses in the world, including the Champion, which has been host to the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour since 2007.
The local economy of Palm Beach Gardens offers many opportunities in the fields of healthcare, tourism and leisure, engineering and education. As home to many world-class golf courses and tournaments, as well the headquarters of the PGA of America itself, the city boasts a cosmopolitan business climate. The Gardens Mall, home to more than 160 stores and restaurants, is the city’s retail center, spurring much of its growth. Residents also benefit from convenient access to major highways, rail services, ports and airports for access to jobs and international business. Close proximity to the Scripps Florida Research Institute and the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience makes the area a Destination for specialists in medical research. Other major industries include biotechnology, medical manufacturing and security.