Welcome to West Palm Beach
The metropolitan center of the region
West Palm Beach is the governmental seat and cultural center of Palm Beach County and the region affectionately known as “The Palm Beaches.”
A city of more than 135,000 and a metropolitan area of 1.25 million, West Palm Beach offers a self-sufficient economic and lifestyle hub distinct from its southern neighbors of Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Meanwhile, closer neighbors such as Boca Raton and Delray Beach in “South County,” Boynton Beach and Lake Worth in between, or Palm Beach Gardens and
Jupiter to the north, all remain culturally connected as part of the greater “Palm Beaches.”
Stretching in all directions, the city of West Palm Beach offers many distinct neighborhoods, but the key luxury homes lie along the waterfront. Residents enjoy the vast amount of real estate in the West Palm Beach area.
Key West Palm Beach Neighborhoods
Samantha Curry specializes in these key luxury neighborhoods along the Intracoastal Waterway across from the Palm Beach island, including:
What to Love
- Downtown Events
- Clematis and The Square
- Flagler Drive
- Historic homes
People & Lifestyle
Historically, West Palm Beach was the domain of the workers of the region, as opposed to the wealthy resort-goers of Palm Beach island.
Today, West Palm Beach offers a complete city lifestyle of its own. While it remains a mecca for transplants from the north, West Palm Beach is filled with many wealthy, successful natives vying for the same attractive properties.
Things to Do in West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach benefits from the added slate of events during the Palm Beach social season. But this is a year-round city and there is something for everyone 365 days a year. A few favorites: