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According to a new ATTOM Data Solutions real estate study, May is the best month to sell your home.

ATTOM collected data on 14.7 million homes sold across the country from 2011-2017 to see which months had the highest return for sellers. May had the most premiums above market value more than any other time of the year nationwide. 

However, the best month did vary by market; most of the eastern Florida is actually better for sellers in June while Miami, known for its warm weather, sells greatest in January. 

The lucky months in St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach and Broward Counties are May and June, which are coming up quick. If the improving economy has had you thinking about listing your home, now is the perfect time to do it. Waterfront

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This upcoming weekend there is several family friendly outdoor movie events going on throughout Jupiter and Wellington. Bring the snacks, popcorn, blankets, chairs, and friends to enjoy the movie under the stars this Friday night.

Harbourside Place is hosting their ‘Movies on the Waterfront’ series this Friday, April 27th. Come watch “Paddington 2” under the stars at the waterfront amphitheater. The movie is a sequel about a popular young bear named Paddington, who spreads joy among the community everywhere he goes. In the movie, Paddington is on a mission to get a gift for his aunts 100th birthday and his quest to find the perfect gift. There will be complementary popcorn provided by Cinepolis, and children 12 and under eat free at Bravo with one

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United Technologies (UTC) opened a showcase center last Tuesday that has already brought 380 new jobs to Palm Beach Gardens. 

The new 224,000 square-foot, glass-enclosed building is a museum-like showcase center of the best new technology from around the world that is designed to reduce energy use in big buildings. This includes glass-encased, energy-efficient elevators and escalators, ductless air conditioning, apps for smart phones, and AutomatedLogic, an automation system that links together all building systems. The devices on display are designed to reduce energy use by 60%, water use by 36%, carbon dioxide by 60%, and outside water by 100%, according to UTC. 

The UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings has already brought nearly 400 jobs to

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Within the next several months, CityPlace in West Palm Beach will undergo renovations to update the 18-year-old outdoor entertainment and shopping center. The Mediterranean style venue will begin its transformation to a more comfortable, flexible design with more plants and vegetation.

The plans which call for the city’s approval include plant filled trellises, walkways covered by large shade sails, a curb-less Rosemary Avenue to slow and narrow the traffic. The plans also call for buildings to be covered in vines, pavers mixed with patches of greenery, outdoor seating, a new fountain and an interactive splash zone for kids. The stage in the center of the popular shopping destination will be removed to allow for more public space to hold activities,

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The Delray Marketplace Amphitheater will have free music every Wednesday throughout the month of May.

Bring a blanket and chairs and head over to the amphitheater from 6-8 p.m. for a free concert with a variety of music each week.

The venue is centrally located in an outdoor mall, between Burt & Max's and the Apeiro Kitchen & Bar, so there's plenty to do before, after or during the live music event. 

Here's the schedule of who's playing:

May 2nd

Band: Double Back. Genre: Best of the 80s.

May 9th

Band: Big City Dogs. Genre: Classic Rock.

May 16th

Band: The Nash Carey Band. Genre: County, Rock, Funk.

May 23rd

Band: Erik O'Neill Trio. Genre: Rock, Indie Pop, Soul.

May 30th

Band: Business As Usual. Genre: 60s, 70s,

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The Palm Beaches are home to many celebrities and high-class people, which is why the spas in the area have to be the best of the best. Give your mom the gift of a spa day this Mother's Day and she'll be feeling like a queen.

The Spa at The Breakers

All-white decor, a private oceanfront courtyard, and tailored full-body treatments by experts will make your mom think she's in heaven. The Spa at the Breakers in Palm Beach uses marine-based ingredients like sea kelp and essential oils for skincare, and holistic approaches to spa treatments like their Deep Sea Signature Facial, which uses warm and cool elements to stimulate circulation. A massage therapist will listen to your mom's needs in order to give her the best massage she's ever had. The spa

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Palm Beach Illustrated Magazine and CBS12 News took a poll to see which restaurants Palm Beach County residents suggest.

For the best date night, locals chose Dada in Delray Beach. Dada truly is the perfect date night spot because it's just all-around beautiful. The atmosphere is uplifting yet relaxing and totally romantic. The outdoor patio is surrounded with plants and trees that are wrapped with lights, there are more string lights intertwined with lace sheets overhead, and dim candles line the garden and sit on each table. The food is just as creative as this unique restaurant and you'll be sure to make a good impression on your date.  

The best waterfront restaurant was given to none other than Guanabanas in Jupiter. Gunanabanas sits on the

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SunFest is Florida’s largest waterfront art and music festival held annually in West Palm Beach. Each May, more than 175,000 concert goers come together to see the popular four-day festival featuring some of the world’s biggest and hottest musical acts perform live. SunFest is coming to Palm Beach County this May 3rd through May 6th.

More than 50 musical acts will perform on three stages throughout the four days as well as an Art District featuring colorful artwork from local artists, live demonstrations, ChillZones with games like corn hole, great food, floating bars, kid’s activities, and a firework show to end the festival.

SunFest is set up along Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach from Okeechobee Boulevard to Banyan Boulevard. The shows start on

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With clear skies year-round, a temperate climate, and miles of clean water- there are so many activities you can do outdoors to live an active lifestyle in Palm Beach County. From golfing and croquet to paddle boarding and horseback riding, the area has recreation options to fit everyone's interests. 

Fifteen percent of the Palm Beaches are green park space or beach, there are miles of trails to run or bike and more than 160 golf courses. Aside from 47 miles of pristine saltwater coastline, Palm Beach County has freshwater bodies and inlets making water sport options endless; go snorkeling, scuba diving, hobby cat sailing, surfing, kayaking, jet skiing, wake boarding- the list goes on and on.

If you like team sports, there are plenty of adult

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As snow birds head north and tourism slows, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is starting a new discount program called MOSAIC, which offers low rates and coupons for local attractions and resorts. 

MOSAIC is an acronym for "month of shows, art, ideas, and culture" and will run May 1st-31st. The goal is to encourage residents to visit the area's museums, science centers, galleries, etc. Some coupons include free admission to concerts and performances, 50% off tickets to places like the Kravis Center, and 2-for-1 deals like entry into Mounts Botanical Gardens.

Many resorts are also utilizing the program to fill up rooms during the slower season. Most hotel offers run longer than the month- like a free night at Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa

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