Palm Beach Gardens

Gorgeous Garden City with exceptional shopping and dining.

Welcome to ​​​​​​​Palm Beach Gardens

Gorgeous Garden City with exceptional shopping and dining

Palm Beach Gardens is an upscale city with exceptional amenities. The community was developed as a garden city in the 1960s by influential businessman John D. MacArthur. MacArthur moved mature banyan trees in from neighboring communities to decorate Palm Beach Gardens’ broad central boulevards. The city boasts high-end shopping and dining, 12 outstanding golf courses, and numerous gated communities. Residents enjoy an active lifestyle with access to tennis and boating facilities.

Palm Beach Gardens is subdivided into numerous distinctive neighborhoods and gated communities with a wide variety of luxury real estate.

What to Love

  • Gorgeous Garden City landscaping
  • Gated communities
  • Fantastic shopping and dining
  • PGA National golfing

People & Lifestyle

Each of Palm Beach Gardens’ exquisite communities and neighborhoods has something different to offer. PGA National is a world-class golfing community with lakes, trails, a resort-style spa, tennis courts, and five championship golf courses. The gated communities of Mirasol, Old Marsh Club, and Old Palm Club also offer grand golf course view homes and exquisite facilities. With spectacular homes and private boat docks, Maheu Estates and Paradise Port are ideal for boating. Other standout communities include Mediterranean-style homes with golf course views in Frenchman’s Reserve, lakeside townhouses, villas, and estates in Frenchman’s Creek, and sprawling estates in BallenIsles.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

PGA Boulevard runs east to west through the heart of Palm Beach Gardens and is lined with some of the area’s finest shopping and dining. Carmine’s La Trattoria offers authentic Italian cuisine in a refined white-tablecloth setting. The waterfront River House serves delicious steak, seafood, and brunch. This two-level restaurant has a downstairs tiki bar and views of the intracoastal waterway and Soverel Harbour marina from both floors. Three Forks is another fine choice for steak and seafood. This elegant fine dining hotspot has USDA Prime beef, ocean-fresh seafood, and a walk-in wine room with over 300 labels. Palm Beach Gardens also has several shopping centers with a wide array of restaurants and retailers. The Gardens Mall has more than 160 stores and eateries including Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Sears department stores. Other businesses at The Gardens include high-end brands such as Chanel, Coach, David Yurman, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Tiffany & Co. Right next to The Gardens Mall, Downtown at the Gardens is an open-air shopping plaza with a Whole Foods Market, a movie theater, and a wide variety of fashion retailers and specialty stores. Dinner and drink options at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens include upscale sports bar Yard House for elevated gastropub fare and an impressive draft beer selection. Legacy Place features over 40 shops and restaurants including Barnes & Noble, Best Buy and Michael’s. The Capital Grille at Legacy Place offers steakhouse fine dining with mouthwatering steaks dry-aged on-site and an incredible floor-to-ceiling wine kiosk with as many as 5000 bottles spanning over 350 labels. PGA Commons is Palm Beach Gardens’ Art & Dining District, with attractive walkways running between restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques. Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar at PGA Commons is a lively Mexican eatery with delicious food, patio dining, and more than 400 varieties of tequila. For fresh produce and artisanal foodstuffs, head to The Gardens GreenMarket each Sunday. Along with vendors selling high-quality foodstuffs, the GreenMarket features live music and a variety of special demonstrations and events.

Things to Do

Palm Beach Gardens is a golfing paradise and home to the National Headquarters of the PGA of America. Five of the city’s 12 golf courses are located at the luxurious PGA National Resort & Spa. The Champion course is the most revered of these five courses. The course was originally designed by Tom and George Fazio, then redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 2014. Nicklaus’ contributions include a famously challenging three-hole stretch known as the Bear Trap. The PGA Tour’s Honda Classic is held on the PGA National’s Champion course in early spring. Golf Digest calls the Champion course the most challenging test of the PGA Tour, while Karen Crouse of The New York Times describes it as “a king cobra of a course that rises without warning to strike down the world's best golfers.” Other sports facilities in the city include pro tennis and pickleball courts at the Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center. The Tennis Center’s 18 hydro-grid clay courts host a variety of USTA tournaments and leagues, and the Center has won multiple USTA awards. Tennis programs and coaching are available for all ages and ability levels. The Center’s expert instruction has been recognized with first place in a Jupiter Magazine vote on the best place for tennis lessons.

Things to Do

Palm Beach Gardens is a golfing paradise and home to the National Headquarters of the PGA of America. Five of the city’s 12 golf courses are located at the luxurious PGA National Resort & Spa. The Champion course is the most revered of these five courses. The course was originally designed by Tom and George Fazio, then redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 2014. Nicklaus’ contributions include a famously challenging three-hole stretch known as the Bear Trap. The PGA Tour’s Honda Classic is held on the PGA National’s Champion course in early spring. Golf Digest calls the Champion course the most challenging test of the PGA Tour, while Karen Crouse of The New York Times describes it as “a king cobra of a course that rises without warning to strike down the world's best golfers.” Other sports facilities in the city include pro tennis and pickleball courts at the Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center. The Tennis Center’s 18 hydro-grid clay courts host a variety of USTA tournaments and leagues, and the Center has won multiple USTA awards. Tennis programs and coaching are available for all ages and ability levels. The Center’s expert instruction has been recognized with first place in a Jupiter Magazine vote on the best place for tennis lessons.

Schools

Public schools in Palm Beach Gardens are operated by the Palm Beach County School District.

  • The Benjamin School, Private, PK-12
  • St. Clare School, Private, Roman Catholic, PK-8
  • Jupiter Christian School, Private, Christian, PK-12
  • The Pine School, Private, K-12
  • Cardinal Newman High School, Private, Roman Catholic, 9-12
  • St. Mark’s Episcopal School, Private, Christian, PK-8
  • The King’s Academy, Private, Christian, PK-12
  • Oxbridge Academy, Private, 9-12
  • All Saints Catholic School, Private, Roman Catholic, PK-8

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