Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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116 P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E – S P R I N G | S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 H O U S I N G & N E I G H B O R H O O D S PALM BEACH GARDENS Known for its extraordinary quality of life and dynamic business climate, Palm Beach Gardens was founded in 1959 by insurance magnate John D. MacArthur. The City's incorporated boundaries span over 56 square miles, making Palm Beach Gardens one of the largest land areas in Palm Beach County. Residents enjoy many art and cultural opportunities, world-class golf courses, luxury shopping, day spas, resorts, and outstanding dining opportunities. In addition, the City is dedicated to protecting its natural beauty, with nearly 45% of its total land dedicated to conservation. The Gardens, as it is affectionately called, has been able to stay true to the vision of founder by maintaining a careful balance of green space and development. As you explore, you will find tree lined streets and lush gardens intertwined with homes and businesses. It truly is a cosmopolitan city with a small town feel. Beautiful beaches are located within a mile, making The Gardens a tropical paradise. Public art is valued in the community where over one hundred art pieces exist citywide due to an active public art program and partnership with the business community. The Palm Beach Gardens City Hall Lobby is home to a rotating national art exhibit providing an opportunity for the public to engage in a cultural exchange with various artists throughout the year. Palm Beach Gardens prides itself in the close relationship with the local business commu- nity and works to develop policies that respect commercial interests, while maintaining the high standards and unique characteristics of the City. With a highly-educated workforce, economic and tax incentives, as well as access to transportation routes, a diverse array of companies and many corporate headquarters thrive in The Gardens. Known as "The Golf Capital", Palm Beach Gardens is home to 14 golf courses, including PGA National Resort & Spa. The City of Palm Beach Gardens is the Host City to the Honda Classic and home to the PGA of America. Palm Beach Gardens is a vibrant Florida community with a year- round sunny disposition and a lush, tropical ambiance that boasts an outstanding quality of life for its residents and visitors. Today, many PGA and LPGA players call Palm Beach Gardens their home. Palm Beach Gardens 561-799-4100 www.pbgf.com Chamber of Commerce: 561-746-7111 www.npbchamber.com Photo courtesy of Discover The Palm Beaches Known as "The Golf Capital", Palm Beach Gardens is home to 14 golf courses, including PGA National Resort & Spa. " "

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