West Palm Beach Condos are an eclectic mix of modest, Old-Florida design residences and posh, South Florida style condominiums. Interested buyers can choose among units with panoramic views of the city, harbor, Intracoastal Waterway, or golf course. Many of the condominium complexes feature superior amenities such as gated entrances, resort-style swimming pools, fitness facilities, media rooms, outdoor picnic areas, garage parking, and much more.
Condos in downtown West Palm Beach are highly popular for those who desire an urban lifestyle near the coastline. Waterfront condos such as the newly constructed Bristol Palm Beach and luxurious Watermark boast breath-taking views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Palm Beach Island, while complexes like Two City Plaza, Prada, and 610 Clematis are mere steps away from the historically hip Clematis Street and the vibrant nightlife of City Place. Families of college students attending Palm Beach Atlantic University often purchase condos downtown as secondary residences so they can frequently visit their sons and daughters while simultaneously spend vacation time in South Florida. Golf enthusiasts enjoy the easy convenience of condo living and the close proximity to both the tee box and the clubhouse. Complexes such as Land of the Presidents and The Heritage feature golf course views as well as the privacy and security of a gated neighborhood.
Real estate in West Palm Beach continues to flourish, especially as the city focuses on fine arts and theaterics. City Place, which is located in downtown West Palm Beach, is home to the Harriet Himmel Theater, an intimate stage theater used for local productions. Adjacent to City Place is the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, a grandeious glass structure with separate auditoriums and stages for educational lectures, dance troupes, Broadway plays, orchestra concerts, and musical performances.