West Palm Beach
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Incorporated in 1894, the city of West Palm Beach nods to Palm Beach across the Lake Worth Lagoon. It is even older than Miami; therefore, West Palm Beach can lay claim to a slew of beloved and historic neighborhoods, including Bel Air, El Cid and Flamingo Park. Such a mature community offers respected cultural institutions, chief among them Florida's largest museum, the Norton Museum of Art. Fans of pop music, classic cars, film and sports will find festivals and events to entertain them, while historic Clematis Street boasts premier shopping.
Things to love about West Palm Beach
- Easy access to legendary beaches
- Festivals and sporting events
- Mature cultural enviornment
- South Florida's version of urban resort living
POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD FILTERSCondominiumsSingle Family HomesCentral Air ConditioningPets AllowedWaterfront
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