Unmatched luxury living has kept The Plaza on the map in West Palm Beach for over three decades.
West Palm Beach has been going through an era of ongoing expansion. In the past 10 years, there has been an explosion of luxury high-rises on South Flagler Drive. However, for over three decades, The Plaza has remained an enduring staple of the community. Built in 1985, The Plaza of The Palm Beaches has been a mainstay of the luxury condominium market in West Palm Beach. Even as more high-end residences are brought to the Palm Beaches, The Plaza remains one of the most sought-after and desirable accommodations on the high-end real estate scene.
The Plaza consists of twin 32-story towers containing some of the area's most beautiful luxury condos. Residents can choose from a selection of two-to-five-bedroom residences that are between 1,900 and 2,500 square feet. Each room is opulently designed to create a lavish ambiance that serves to transport residents far away from the stress of modern living. Expansive windows provide an uninterrupted panorama of the Intracoastal Waterway and the shimmering city skyline.
While many new, hip residential destinations are popping up in the area, many are drawn to The Plaza for its rich, established history. After operating in the area for decades, The Plaza has established itself as one of the most lively and active waterfront condominium communities in West Palm Beach.
A truly luxurious lifestyle can be found at The Plaza, with dozens of modern amenities that elevate the experience for residents. Those who want to maintain an active lifestyle have no shortage of amenities to enjoy. Home to saltwater heated pools, tennis and pickleball courts, a yoga room, fitness center, fifth-floor whirlpool, and a steam room and sauna, residents can always look and feel their very best. Afterward, residents can relax and socialize at The Plaza’s Mezzanine Lounge, entertainment room, barbecue area, or spacious cabanas. The Plaza even provides indoor and outdoor pet areas for the building's four-legged residents.
When residents feel like venturing outside of The Plaza, they are met with an astounding array of top amenities. Located near the center of downtown West Palm Beach and just a short drive away from Palm Beach, locals can enjoy the life and vibrance that has become associated with this coastal metropolis.
The Palm Beaches are premier destinations for travelers and locals alike. For residents of The Plaza, this means having an outstanding selection of shopping, dining, and entertainment venues within reach. The Plaza is just a short drive from the esteemed shopping district of Worth Avenue. Often considered one of the most expensive streets in America, Worth Avenue is home to a world-class selection of designer brands and luxury boutiques. Residents of the Plaza can also walk to the spectacular indoor-outdoor shopping mall at The Square. Gorgeous Mission Revival architecture makes The Square a one-of-a-kind wonder where shoppers can find a vast selection of high-end boutiques and top-rated restaurants.
Those looking for a bite to eat are never far away from a mouth-watering meal. Pistache French Bistro is one of the most beloved eateries in downtown West Palm Beach, featuring an unforgettable menu of classic French bistro favorites. A hip, Art Nouveau style makes this North Clematis Street staple a one-of-a-kind attraction. When residents of The Plaza are in the mood for Italian cuisine, they head over to Ristorante Santucci. This high-end Italian restaurant is best known for its elegant interior and excellent dishes.
The teeming area around The Plaza means locals are never at a loss for things to do. Across the Intracoastal Waterway is The Society of the Four Arts. Guests can enjoy the intersection of the four arts: music, literature, arts, and theater, with a curated art gallery, library, and amphitheater that hosts acclaimed performances. Theater enthusiasts can also catch a play at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. This state-of-the-art theater hosts local and national theatrical productions and music performances.
Thrilling open-air concerts can be caught year-round at the Meyer Amphitheater. This beautiful bandshell sits along the Intracoastal Waterway and is home to some of the most anticipated festivals and concerts of the year. Nature lovers can soak up Florida’s unique ecosystem at South Cove Natural Area. Featuring a long boardwalk through mangrove islands, this preserve is the perfect place to spot rare wildlife.