About Palm Beach Gardens
Originally developed around 1960 by John D. MacArthur, Palm Beach Gardens is one of the most diverse cities for shopping and entertainment as well as a thriving business climate. The city has a total population of approximately 50,000 and is one of the premier cities in Palm Beach County with more than 30% of the land dedicated to green space.
The city is a golfers paradise as there are 12 public and private golf courses within the city limits. The four diamond PGA National Resort and Spa features five individual courses and has been the home to The Honda Classic (men’s PGA tournament) since 2007. Additionally, Palm Beach Gardens is home to the headquarters of The Professional Golfer’s Association of America.
Palm Beach Gardens is home to a number of the finest residential neighborhoods throughout the south Florida area including PGA National, BallenIsles Country Club, Mirasol Country Club, Evergrene, Old Marsh Golf Club, Frenchman’s Reserve, Steeplechase, Landmark at the Gardens, Mirabella at Mirasol, Eastpointe Country Club, The Oaks, Frenchmen’s Landing, San Michele, Siena Oaks, Montecito, Paloma, Catalina Lakes, Legacy Place Condominiums, Frenchman’s Creek Beach, Bent Tree and Country Club, the Old Palm Golf Club and the new home community of Alton.
Palm Beach Gardens also has extensive shopping, dining and entertainment options. The 1.3 million square foot Gardens Mall is the centerpiece of the area and surrounded by other venues including Downtown at the Gardens, Legacy Place, PGA Commons and Main Street at Midtown.
Homes with Palm Beach Gardens range from single bedroom condominiums and villas from less than $200,000 to luxury estate homes exceeding $5 million. There are a number of private county club communities in the city where memberships are available but may or may not be included/required with a home purchase.
For more information about Palm Beach Gardens or one of its residential communities, please contact Amy Losquadro at (561) 584-8555 or via e-mail at [email protected].