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Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Gardens began with a population of one, a city existing only on paper, in 1960. Developed in the 1960’s and 70’s, Palm Beach Gardens (originally Palm Beach City), grew quickly. The developer, John D. MacArthur, bought and relocated two massive 80-year-old Banyan trees to the town. The trees now stand at the median of MacArthur Boulevard and have been incorporated into the design of the Palm Beach Gardens’ city shield. The trees were also featured in a painting by the great-grandson of renowned artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir of the Impressionist Era. This painting can be viewed by visitors at the city hall.
In 1988, Gardens Mall was built in the city, spurring growth in real estate purchases. Headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, the Professional Golfers’ Association of America provides 12 golf courses in the city. The location has hosted tournaments including the Honda Classic on two occasions, as well as the Ryder Cup in 1983, the Senior PGA Championship of 1982-2000, and the 1987 PGA Championship.
Palm Beach Gardens provides a plethora of retail entertainment, including The Gardens Mall, Legacy Place, PGA Commons, and Downtown at the Gardens. All of these venues can be found along PGA Boulevard, within a short distance of over 2,000 homes and condos currently for sale in the city. Palm Beach Gardens also provides easy access to further education with its Edward M. Eissey Campus, a satellite of Palm Beach State College. The campus houses the Eissey Theatre for the Performing Arts.
The city boasts a current population exceeding 51,000, with a median income of nearly $60,000. Palm Beach Gardens real estate provides access to condos ranging from retirement and small homes to high-rise luxury condominiums located in The Landmark, a pet-friendly community providing a city feel in a medium sized town.
Palm Beach City is a clean, well-manicured location only minutes away from beaches, golf courses, Palm Beach International Airport, and the Intercoastal Waterway. There are various walking trails, including a residential favorite located at the Burns Road Recreation Center, as well as a skate park east of the local high school campus, and an aquatic complex.
The city’s GreenMarket is a large farmer’s market event filled with arts, food, and entertainment. Local produce is sold to the community, facilitating agricultural sustenance and backing of local farmers. The GreenMarket is advertised as a combination of culture and ‘green’ economical shopping for visitors and residents. Overall, Palm Beach Gardens provides a median to luxury small city lifestyle for its community and tourists alike.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$375,345|
|Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling.||16 years|
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School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Palm Beach Gardens Elementary School 561-366-6500 Public PK-5 Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School 561-366-6000 Public PK-5 Trinity Christian School of Palm Beach Gardens Not Available Private PK-5 The Weiss School Not Available Private PK-8 St Mark's Episcopal School Not Available Private PK-8 Church In The Gardens Preschool Not Available Private PK-TKG
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Allamanda Elementary School 561-803-7200 Public KG-5 Marsh Pointe Elementary School 561-366-6800 Public KG-5 Timber Trace Elementary School 561-366-6200 Public KG-5 Palm Beach Gardens Elementary School 561-366-6500 Public PK-5 Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School 561-366-6000 Public PK-5 Grove Park Elementary School 561-904-7700 Public KG-5 Bright Futures Academy 561-253-7504 Public KG-8 Church In The Gardens Preschool Not Available Private PK-TKG St Mark's Episcopal School Not Available Private PK-8 The Weiss School Not Available Private PK-8 Trinity Christian School of Palm Beach Gardens Not Available Private PK-5
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Palm Beach Gardens High School 561-694-7300 Public 9-12 William T. Dwyer High School 561-625-7800 Public 9-12 Bright Futures Academy 561-253-7504 Public KG-8 Igeneration Empowerment Academy of Riviera Beach 561-420-0614 Public 6-12 The Weiss School Not Available Private PK-8 St Mark's Episcopal School Not Available Private PK-8
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