Found 90 entries about Loxahatchee Riverfront.
The housing experts say the market is “normalizing.” But what does that mean for the Palm Beaches? Will home prices in Palm Beach County and rents finally come down? Will more homes go up for sale? And what does the year ahead have in store for the real estate market?
“The nation’s housing market, after a wild surge that sent home prices up over 30 percent in some cities in 2021, will be less intense next year”, according to Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
The NAR 2022 housing forecast anticipates the market will continue slowing down from the frenzy seen in the spring when prices shot up to new heights. However, prices will stay high, inventory will remain tight, and mortgage rates will rise. Other…
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Join the Loxahatchee River Center of Jupiter every Saturday from 2pm to 2:30pm for a free public tour of their aquarium. Not only do you and the kids get to learn all about local Florida wildlife, but you’ll have the opportunity to see the fish in action during feeding time!
The River Center is a great place to take your kids to learn about the Loxahatchee River system hands-on through live aquatic tanks, interactive exhibits, and even a “touch tank” populated with marine animals.
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The Jupiter River Center is a fun destination for locals or tourists.The River Center offers its guests amazing facilities with live aquatic tanks, interactive exhibits, and a touch tank that represents the ecosystem of the Loxahatchee River, from freshwater cypress swamps to sea grass estuaries to marine bionetworks.
“The center provides a fun, educational opportunity for school children, adults, visitors, and long-time residents to learn about Florida’s first National Wild and Scenic River.” And their mission “is to foster a sense of environmental stewardship for the Loxahatchee River’s diverse watershed with quality education programs, exhibits and meaningful events.”
Every Saturday from 2pm-3pm the Jupiter River Center staff hosts a tour…
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Known, as one of the most significant Jupiter icons and historical sites is the Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park. Often referred to as the “gateway to the Loxahatchee river,” this park is must visit site if you have not been and live in the area.
The history of Battlefield Park shows that there has been prehistoric and historic habitation here dating as far back as the Archaic Period over 5,000 years ago. The park stands to preserve this precious past and educate locals about Jupiter’s rich history.
Not only does the park boast an impressive story dating back thousands of years but it also provides the people of south Florida with a beautiful place to relax and kick back. Battlefield Park spans 680 acres and features covered picnic pavilions,…
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Every Wednesday evening, The Jupiter Lighthouse offers a sunset tour. During the perfect sunset hours is when you can see south Florida in its true glory. The weather cools down, the skies turn from shades of blue to pink and orange and the water glistens in the amber light. Experience this beautiful time of day from the top of the iconic Jupiter Lighthouse with a sunset tour. Take in the breathtaking sunset and watch Jupiter light up as the day turns to night.
The Jupiter Lighthouse has been a standing landmark since 1860. The waterfront museum sits in front of the lighthouse overlooking the Intracoastal and is made up of a few buildings that showcase the stories of old Florida. These stories help you relive history and focus on over 5,000 years of…
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Located at 240 West Riverside Drive in Jupiter is a magnificent British West Indies riverfront estate. Visit the link for a Video Tour of the beautiful home situated on a prime piece waterfront property of by clicking here https://vimeo.com/user29499649/review/159698304/fcb90225b8.
British West Indies inspired homes are renowned for many doors and windows allowing natural light into the home, as well as to keep the inside of the home cool. This style of architecture started in the British colonies during the late 18th and 19th century in the Caribbean, Anguilla, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. Lavish exteriors draw the homeowner into inviting outdoor living areas.
The home at 240 West Riverside Drive, Jupiter features all the elements of a…
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According to National Bridge Inventory statistics, the Town of Jupiter has 46 bridges! Collectively the bridges average daily traffic of 1,137,448 vehicles and of that 94,108 of those vehicles are trucks. That is an awful lot of traffic in our quaint little beach town.
One of the busiest bridges in the world is the George Washington Bridge, which links Manhattan to New Jersey by crossing over the Hudson River. The bridge has 14 lanes for motor vehicles and almost 102 million automobiles annually. The George Washington Bridge is 1,283 feet long of suspension and considered an engineering phenomenon. It is the world’s longest enclosed bridge with its lattice-steel towers rising 604 feet high above the water. The bridge now extends 4,760 feet…
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With its 1,400 golf courses, Florida is truly the golf capital of the world. Palm Beach County is home to some of the most unbelievable golf courses across the globe. It is the premiere destination for the ultimate golf trip.
The Honda Classic just wrapped up at on the Championship Course at PGA National Resort and Spa, P.G.A. National, Palm Beach Gardens. The tournament draws the preeminent professional golfers to the area to compete for the multimillion-dollar purse. The “Bear Trap” is a very well known demanding stretch of golf spanning three challenging holes.
The Palm Beaches features over 160 golf courses. The State of Florida offers a specialty plate and personalized tags for an annual fee of $25. Revenue from the proceeds of the…
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