Considered to be the “Golf Capitol of the World”, Palm Beach Gardens is a vibrant city with an array of activities and amenities. Palm Beach Gardens is home to the Professional Golfers Association of America, including 5 championship courses at PGA National Resort, where each winter top players compete in The Honda Classic, a premier event on the PGA Tour. If you’re in the market for real estate in this golfing paradise, there are plenty of custom estate homes and single-family homes as well as condominiums available for purchase or rent in one of the many neighborhoods of PGA National, Mirasol, and BallenIsles or the tree-lined streets of the Palm Beach Gardens municipality. Alton by Toll Brothers is one of several new residential communities that continue to sprout up for those who want to live within this stunning playground. It offers homes with smart home automation technology, and luxury amenities such as a resort-style pool, yoga and aerobics room, and more.
Developed by insurance magnate and philanthropist, John D. MacArthur, Palm Beach Gardens boasts 12 golf courses within the city limits, a plethora of green spaces with majestic banyan trees, and numerous parks and playgrounds, including an aquatic park and a skate park, as well as the newly completed Joseph R. Russo Athletic Complex with tennis, racquetball and pickleball courts, and is host to a popular weekly Green Market and the annual Arti Gras Fine Arts Festival (one of the top 70 fine arts festivals in the country).
For shopping enthusiasts, there are several indoor and outdoor shopping venues, including The Gardens Mall, Downtown at the Gardens, Legacy Place, and PGA Commons. In addition to an array of locally-known restaurants, the dining scene offers global cuisine options that make it a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
The Intracoastal Waterway is accessible via numerous waterfront residences and local boat ramps, making it easy to get to the Atlantic Ocean, while the main corridor, PGA Boulevard, gives quick vehicle access to the beaches and I-95. Residents and visitors can make the quick drive to West Palm Beach for downtown shopping and restaurants, as well as Broadway shows, ballet, and concerts at The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, and the Palm Beach International Airport.