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Palm Beach County is a unique combination of suburban communities and bustling metropolitan districts that provide a vast array of business opportunities. It is this distinctive composition that has inspired over 350 companies and enterprises to relocate and expand in Palm Beach County within the past fifteen years. Here, you will find a diverse landscape of activities that will appeal to business owners and employees alike.
Outdoor Recreation & Sports
The semi-tropical climate found in Palm Beach County not only allows for year-round recreational activities, but permits businesses to stay active and relevant deep into the winter months. Annually, over 140,000 visitors migrate to Palm Beach County, bringing billions of dollars in revenue each holiday season. Residents and visitors alike enjoy access to fishing, snorkeling, boating, as well as 45 miles of coastline.
Here you will discover over 85 parks and recreational amenities that include bike paths, tennis courts, skate parks, picnic areas, waterparks, and much more. Families can enjoy trips to Lion Country Safari or pay a visit to the Palm Beach Zoo.
The Palm Beaches is where you can find the Professional Golfers Association of America, containing over 160 world-class courses. It is home to Roger Dean Stadium, where the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals are hosted during spring training. Palm Beach County’s prime location also allows for easy access to other sporting venues in south Florida such as the Florida Panthers, the Miami Dolphins, and the Miami Heat.
Shopping & Dining
Palm Beach County is one of the nation’s leading tourist destinations, and as such, offers an array of retail and dining venues that appeal to the masses. High traffic areas such as Clematis Street, Atlantic Avenue, CityPlace, and Mizner Park can all be found here and attract tens of thousands of shoppers daily. The highly-esteemed Worth Avenue, rated by APA as one of America’s Top 10 Streets, is found on Palm Beach and hosts dozens of high end shops and boutiques. Palm Beach County’s diverse population endows the area with an eclectic selection of buffets, cafes, and eateries, accumulating in over 2,300 restaurants.
Arts & Culture
Palm Beach County is a hub for the cultural arts. Opportunities to enjoy wide assortments of music, dance, theater, and more can all be found here. Palm Beach County has over 17 performing art centers, one of which is the Kravis Center, hosting world-class entertainers and artists. International 19th and 20th century art as well as contemporary photography can be found at the renowned Norton Museum of Art. Music lovers are drawn to the Coral Sky Amphitheatre where popular music artists as well as independent musicians display their talents. For those who love them all, Sunfest, the annual art and music festival is sure to delight.
Palm Beach Lifestyle
It can easily be seen why Palm Beach County is “The Best of Everything”. Not only can you find an array of activities and a unique lifestyle that will appeal to any employee or entrepreneur, it provides a setting conducive to the expansion and growth of business. It is this distinctive environment that has inspired so many business executives nationally, and worldwide, to relocate to the Palm Beach County.
Please visit the following links for other helpful information about Palm Beach County's unique lifestyle:
Cultural Council of the Palm Beach County
Discover the Palm Beaches
West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority
Where can you get more information?
Business Development Board of Palm Beach County
310 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Kelly Smallridge, President and CEO
Gary Hines, Senior Vice President, Administration
Brian Cartland, Vice President, Business Recruitment
Shawn Rowan, Vice President, Business Retention and Expansion
Shereena Coleman, Vice President, Business Retention and Expansion
Luke Jackson, Vice President, The Glades Region