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Often referred to as the “Boca Raton of northern Palm Beach County,” Palm Beach Gardens is known as a well-maintained suburban community with expansive open spaces, excellent public and private schools and superb shopping opportunities.  The Gardens has an award-winning Parks and Recreation Department, world-class public art and a municipal golf course, all located just steps from the beach.  Over the past 20 years, Palm Beach Gardens has grown rapidly, adding numerous retail centers including the Gardens Mall, PGA Commons and Downtown at the Gardens.  A range of residential communities have also been developed, including some of the best new country club communities in Palm Beach County, numerous single-family gated communities, townhouses, and condominiums.  Starter homes can be purchased for as little as $150,000 while luxury residential properties are in excess of $10,000,000. 

Buyers are drawn to Palm Beach Gardens not only for its prime residential characteristics, but also for its diverse business community and adjacency to both I-95 and the Florida Turnpike.  The Gardens is home to the Scripps Research Institute, the Professional Golfer’s Association of America (PGA), numerous financial services companies, and a host of small businesses. 

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