Worth Avenue Palm Beach

Ali Kane
Posted by Ali Kane
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Worth Avenue is an upscale dining and shopping street in Palm Beach. Worth Avenue stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal. The buildings and architecture are sophisticated Spanish-influenced designed by Addison Mizner in the 1920’s, with courtyards and vias off the main avenue that makes Worth Avenue one of the most beautiful shopping destinations in the country.

Situated at the start of Worth Avenue is the landmark that has become a picture destination to visitors and residents as they pass by on the way to the beach is the Worth Avenue Clock Tower. The familiar landmark has not always been there.

The Clock Tower was intended to be built as a monument to the Palm Beach Pier destroyed in the 1930’s hurricane that once stood in the same location. The Clock Tower came about as part of the $14 million-dollar renovation to the high-end shopping district of Worth Avenue in 2010. Along with the construction of the Clock Tower, the street also received wider sidewalks and new landscaping.

Worth Avenue is considered the Rodeo Drive of Palm Beach. Even when window shopping the four blocks are filled with elegance and palm trees. Lining the Avenue are many award-winning and highly rated restaurants including the famous Ta-boo, high-end shopping stores such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, and Neiman Marcus, art galleries, fine jewelry, and specialty shops.

Worth Avenue also host a list of events throughout the year including the Historic Walking Tours of Worth Avenue hosted every Wednesday until the end of April explaining the importance of the avenue and its history.  

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