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By Danielle Peck − On Friday, December 17, 2021, 8:58:40 In Relocation
One that is getting noticed out of the many Florida cities is West Palm Beach. Last decade, the city's population grew about 11 percent.
Downtown West Palm Beach

The reason for the growth is easy to see why. West Palm Beach is a city that has it all. First, for a Floridian, you're not going to get as many tourists as you would if you lived in Atlanta. The city has an international airport for easy travel. Finally, it's the perfect combination of fun in the sun, art, culture, shopping, and other experiences. All of this wrapped in a town that's not overwhelming in size.

Best of all, West Palm Beach has various locations you can move to if you're hunting for a specific type of home. This post will look at some of our favorite country clubs, waterfront condos, and downtown condos.

Country Clubs

This section consists of homes located within country clubs, which host a variety of recreational sports, dining, and entertainment events. Living in these locations can provide a convenient place for never-ending entertainment.  

Breakers West

Ranging from a frew hundred thousand, to millions of dollars, Breakers West is a community that works well for families. Nearby, several places of interest include Calypso Bay WaterparkApoxee Trailand several schools.

The club itself has a variety of golf courses, 670 acres of wildlife, and various other sports to enjoy. It includes four pools and five whirlpool spas as well. Overall, Breakers West is a fine choice for country club enthusiasts.


Ibis is another single-family home community, with prices being a little higher. Houses range from $210,000 to $6,950,000. This area is close to many parks and trails, including Bob Hoefl Park and  Hog Hammock Trail.

Ibis is an award-winning country club, winning 2021's Best of Palm Beach County and Club Resort Business's Top Ranked Culinary Experience. One of its biggest attractions is a golf course from PGA legend Jack Nicklaus. But, of course, if you are not into golfing, Ibis has a variety of other amenities.

Waterfront Condos

This section consists of condominiums that you can own. These condos are located beside a body of water, allowing for an incredible view.

In addition, some of these condos may be able to rented. Contact the condo office, or your Realtor for more information.

Trump Plaza

Trump Plaza consists of two high-rise buildings that are 32 stories each. Ranging from 2-5 bedroom condos available that are $1,399,000-$3,750,000, Trump Plaza gives you a beautiful view of the water, including the South Cove Islands. In addition, Trump Plaza is by many downtown educational centers and attractions, including the Norton Museum of Art and Palm Beach Atlantic University.


If you're looking for more affordable condos, Rapallo is an excellent choice. These condos range from $279,000-$1,850,000, and there are one-bedroom options to three bedrooms. Great for smaller families or yourself, Rapallo provides a breathtaking view of the water for a fair price.

Rapallo condos come with many luxuries, including a fitness center and a heated pool. In addition, Rapallo is close to the Norton Museum and Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens.

Downtown Condos

Similar to the previous options, the only difference is that these condos are not beside a body of water. Instead, they are in the heart of downtown, putting your nearby City Place and all of West Palm Beach's action.

The Prado

The Prado is a condo ranging from $219,000-$650,000. Like Rapallo, The Prado ranges from 1-3 bedrooms available. Amenities include a heated pool, steam room, fitness center, and more. The Prado is near Palm Beach Atlantic University and beside Holy Trinity Episcopal Churchwhich has been standing tall since the 1800s.

One City Plaza

One City Plaza is a condo that goes from $325,000-$1,250,000. This condo has many unique amenities, including valet parking and a rooftop pool. You can feel like you're on top of the world as you sit in the pool on a hot summer's day.

One City Plaza has several nearby attractions, including the Warren Library and the Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation.

City Place South Tower

City Place South Tower ranges between $299,900-$829,500 for 1-3 bedroom units. This 21-story condo does have some incredible views, including a peek a the ocean. Amenities include a club lounge and resort deck, which has a pool. It consists of a fitness center as well. It's located right by the Norton Museum, and nearby is the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts. 

In Summary

These are some of the homes you can find in West Palm Beach. But, of course, there are many other types of real estate offered in the Orchid City. You can find it in West Palm Beach, from quiet neighborhoods to gated communities. You'll likely find a home best suited to your needs if you're moving here. We can help with any of your home hunting needs. Contact us for more information.  

Real Estate For Sale In West Palm Beach

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