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According to recent reports, Palm Beach County is one of Florida’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. Palm Beach County’s population growth has risen 2.8 % percent, coming in behind Orlando and Fort Myers.

The most recent population estimate done in 2016 by the U.S. Census Bureau said the area was home to 1.44 million people. The recent reports have predicted that the population will hit 1.5 million this year, two years earlier than The University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research have predicted.

A boost in homes sales, commercial activity, and housing affordability are considered some of the reasons for the economic growth. Palm Beach County offers some of Florida’s highest wages and low unemployment. The area has seen a lot of

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When the City of Port Saint Lucie was constructed, its master developer assigned numbers to most of the city's subdivisions as opposed to naming them. To this day, the majority of the neighborhoods in Port St. Lucie are nameless. 

That's why city council decided to create the Neighborhood Improvement & Community Engagement (NICE) Program. The goal is to promote vibrant neighborhoods and a high-quality life. It gives residents the chance to join together to name their neighborhoods and enhance them. "The program will help empower communities by giving them a united, collective voice when working with the City on issues, concerns and needs," according to the NICE Program brief. 

The first step of NICE is to identify boundaries of the composed

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Tropic Isle in Delray Beach is a unique community and a boater's paradise. 

Most of the 400 homes in the neighborhood are situated along 15 peninsula streets that stretch into the clean, blue Intracoastal. Residents can sit poolside in their backyards and enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the waterway and passing yachts. A majority of the houses have oversized backyards, huge swimming pools, spas, and outdoor kitchens. 

Interior wise, common features include marble or wood floors, stone entryways, large paneless windows, impressive kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, great masters, and guest housing.

Park your boat at your backyard dockage and sail away whenever you please. Tropic Isle offers easy navigation through the

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Tropic Isle is a relatively small, beautiful community in Delray Beach comprised of waterfront homes ranging from the one hundred thousands to multi millions. The majority of residences were constructed in the 80s and 90s, although homes vary from the 40s to brand new. If you look at Tropic Isle on a map, the streets look like the teeth of a comb, stretching into the Intracoastal Gulf Stream. 

Residents of Tropic Isle love it for how gorgeous and clean the neighborhood is as well as the fact that it is family and dog-friendly, very safe, and for its proximity to the beach and shopping. More than 90% of residents in Tropic Isle are homeowners. The neighborhood has a civic association to maintain the appeal of the community, keep occupants

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The Village of Wellington is now known for being equestrian.  With its equestrian population and 57 miles of trails, it has exceptional facilities for riding and polo events. The village has earned the nickname of “The Winter Equestrian Capital of World”, drawing crowds to the largest horse show in the world from late January to mid-March at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. The charming town also has many parks, sports fields, recreation center, up-to-date public library and "The Wellington Green" mall.  

Did you know that Wellington, was originally the world's largest strawberry patch?  The massive strawberry patch was on land called the Flying Cow Ranch.  "Flying" because the founder

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Are you craving a place for calm and peaceful relaxation?  Winding Waters Natural Area, located at 6161 Haverhill Road within the city limits of West Palm Beach. Winding Waters is 548 acres of tranquility and peace with a series of linked marshes and ponds.  It is situated between the Turnpike and the Haverhill, south of Dyer Park. Get away from the everyday routine and city noise as you feel the soul soothing air of South Florida.

The wetlands are the park’s main feature as it is designed to provide habitat and nesting sites for birds, plant species and more. There are also pine flatwoods and hammocks around the periphery of the marshes filled with boundless a variety of wildlife throughout the park.

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The Florida home of the Scripps Research Institute is located at 130 Scripps Way, Jupiter on the campus of South Florida's Florida Atlantic University Honors College. The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) is one of the world's largest, private, non-profit research organization It is a non-profit biomedical research and education facility.   The main institute is headquartered in San Diego, California.  The Scripps Institute in home to over 3,000 scientists, technicians, graduate students and administrative staff and other staff making it one of the largest non-profit biomedical research institutes in the world.

Scripps Florida focus on basic biomedical research and drug discovery. Researchers using the latest cutting-edge technologies, focus on

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Located on Hutchinson Island is a luxury resort community known as Indian River Plantation.  The Indian River is a 121-mile long lagoon in Florida, which is part of the Indian River Lagoon system, which in turn forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. It was originally named Rio de Ais, the Ais Indian tribe, who lived along the east coast of Florida, but was later given its current name of Indian River. 

The Indian River Plantation offers 1,700 feet of secluded beach with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west.  It is ideal for homeowners who are keen on natural, unspoiled, waterfront property.   Residents feel right at home with a casually elegant Indian River Plantation home.   Property views vary from

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Stuart is a community with a population just under 16,000, the beautiful little coastal town of Stuart has made quite a name for itself. In 2008, Stuart was awarded the "Most Beautiful City in America" designation. Visit Stuart and observe the people, places and properties which make up the “Most Beautiful City in America". Members of the community are openhearted and the kind of people who enjoy time spent outdoors.

Rock’N Riverwalk is an outdoor concert takes place each Sunday from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm all year round. Every week there is a diverse line-up with bands playing their top tunes on the gorgeous waterfront. The al fresco concert stage is at the Historic Downtown Stuart Riverwalk.

Sunday is a great day for family and togetherness.

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The El Cid Historic District, located in West Palm Florida is a United States historic district located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The district is bounded by Flamingo Drive, South Flagler Drive, Dyer Road and South Dixie Highway. It contains 281 historic buildings. The El Cid Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)3 – charitable organization with an all-volunteer board dedicated to the preservation of the historic integrity of the neighborhood. The group is committed to the education of our community through programs highlighting the unique character of the El Cid Historic District.

It’s an attractive and popular neighborhood community for young growing families or young at heart looking to slow down a little bit. The El Cid Neighborhood had its

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