West Palm Beach is Palm Beach County’s capital city and its cultural center. Its active downtown hosts numerous events including a weekly green market, outdoor concerts, and the Palm Beach Boat Show. It’s sparkling waterfront views of the Intracoastal Waterway, some of the world’s biggest yachts, and of the island of Palm Beach beyond.
The central Clematis Street hosts restaurants, shops, and a playhouse while Rosemary Square, near West Palm’s convention center, offers more retail and dining options. Sought after Condo and apartment living surround the downtown area for its high walkability and centralized living.
West Palms’ diverse neighborhoods present both new and historic homes. El Cid is the most prestigious historic community in West Palm Beach, located just off the Downtown area and off the waterfront. Combined with its concentration of outstanding period architecture, the location of El Cid in West Palm Beach(the west shore off the Intracoastal across from Palm Beach and closest neighborhood to Downtown) attracts professionals and business owners who are proud to call the historic district home. El Cid has experienced a re-birth with the renovation and restoration of many of the District’s historic homes
Old Northwood Historic District, a mile north of downtown, also dates to the 1920s and is building its charm with shops, cafes and splashy murals.
New restaurants, shops, apartments, and even a school are sprucing up Dixie Highway south of the Norton Museum of Art, now undergoing a $60 million renovation.
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