|Palm Beach County
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One look around Palm Beach County and you're sure to understand why so many business leaders choose to call this dynamic region home. Perhaps the most obvious advantage to living in South Florida is the beautiful weather. Residents enjoy their favorite activities year-round thanks to the area's semi-tropical climate and turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean, where the Gulfstream comes closest to the Eastern Seaboard and keeps it breezy. Yet you'll also discover that even when people come here for the gorgeous scenery and the world-class amenities, Palm Beach County's quality of life encompasses so much more than the amazing weather.
Our quality of life has enticed many global businesses to relocate headquarters, open regional offices, or start branches in Palm Beach County. For residents, Palm Beach County’s natural assets and year- round amenities contribute to a lifestyle that balances work in an exquisite setting with recreation, relaxation, and a rich cultural community including dozens of museums, a multitude of art and antique galleries, music and dance, and more than 17 theaters.
From the northern reaches of the rolling dunes in Jupiter and Tequesta to Henry Flagler’s private vacation retreat now known as the island of Palm Beach, to the glorious Addison Mizner architecture of Boca Raton in the south, Palm Beach County’s tropical heart beats with energy and excitement. Its 2,000 square miles are packed with an endless variety of things to see and experience. And yet it is without a doubt that Palm Beach County is the best place under the sun -- for business.
Palm Beach County lies in the heart of the south Florida coastline, extending west to the beautiful shores of Lake Okeechobee. In all, Palm Beach County offers a balanced combination of suburban neighborhoods and bustling urban lifestyles with the sophistication and amenities that so many top young workers in the new economy find attractive -- even necessary -- when considering where to take a job.
Outdoor Recreation & Sports
Water, water, everywhere! With 45 miles of stunning coastline, Palm Beach County truly is an outdoor-lover's paradise. Visitors and residents can go fishing, diving, snorkeling, and boating on the area's many intracoastal waterways, and the pristine beaches of the Atlantic Ocean provide another venue to enjoy the county's natural recreation. As home to the Professional Golfers Association of America, Palm Beach County has long been known as a golfer's paradise, with more than 160 challenging and world-class courses, many designed by golfing legends.
With over 85 parks and recreational facilities offering everything from amphitheatres to water parks, picnic areas to skate parks, bike paths to ball fields and tennis courts, there truly is something for everyone. For those looking for a walk on the wild side, a trip to the Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park or a drive through Lion Country Safari may be in order.
Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter is a popular destination for baseball fans, hosting the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals during spring training, and the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals throughout the summer. In fact, a variety of professional sports venues are within easy reach in South Florida, including stadiums for the Florida Marlins, the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Panthers, and the Miami Heat.
Shopping & Dining
Palm Beach County offers a complete menu of shopping experiences including malls, unique specialty shops, and boutiques. A trip to prestigious Worth Avenue in Palm Beach offers everything from Cartier and Chanel, Giorgio Armani to Gucci. The community also is home to countless art and antique galleries, featuring the very finest in paintings, glass, porcelain, and of course, furniture. Boca Raton's Mizner Park in southern Palm Beach County, Clematis Street and CityPlace in downtown West Palm Beach, Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue, and Palm Beach Gardens PGA corridor and The Gardens boast an eclectic mix of shops and galleries along with dozens of notable eating establishments, fine boutiques, galleries, and outdoor amphitheaters that make great locations for after-dinner strolls.
After a full day of shopping, what better way to relax than at one of the area's more than 2,300 restaurants? As one of the nation's most popular tourist destinations with more than 200 hotels, resorts, and inns, Palm Beach County boasts some of the biggest names in fine dining, as well as one-of-a-kind bistros. Whether it's a cozy café, an elegant eatery, or a bustling buffet, there's something for everyone.
Arts & Culture
Palm Beach County boasts a wide range of cultural opportunities, including music, theater, dance, museums and more. The incredible 2,198-seat Kravis Center for the Performing Arts welcomes world-class entertainers and popular artists to its stage each season.
In addition to more than 17 performing arts theaters, Palm Beach County is home to many notable museums, including the renowned Norton Museum of Art. Founded in 1941, "the Norton" is widely known for its permanent collection of 19th- and 20th- century European and American art, Chinese art, contemporary art and photography. The Armory Art Center also offers a comprehensive selection of art classes, workshops, and other special events. The nonprofit Visual Arts Center also showcases the work of distinguished Florida artists, along with some national names.
For those with an eye and ear for the aesthetic arts, Palm Beach County offers the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Art in Public Places, Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Caldwell Theatre Company, Cruzan Amphitheatre, Flagler Museum, The Florida Stage, Hibel Museum of Art, Loxahatchee River Historical Museum, Mounts Botanical Garden, Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, Old School Square Cultural Arts Center, Palm Beach Photographic Centre, The Palm Beach POPS, and our annual art and music waterfront extravaganza, Sunfest.
Enjoy Our Lifestyle
Our business-friendly environment provides the backdrop to one of the most culturally diverse and vibrant communities anywhere. Palm Beach County's cultural and recreational amenities, enjoyed by residents and seasonal visitors alike, are a magnet for business relocations and expansions. Numerous family-friendly attractions and activities, from the beaches, to the golf course, to the polo field, to the pro playing field, place Palm Beach County in a league of its own for corporate executives worldwide. With a sub-tropical climate that allows for outdoor activities year-round, Palm Beach County truly is the "Best of Everything."