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Home to breathtaking oceanfront views, palm-lined streets, charming historic neighborhoods and quaint shopping venues, West Palm Beach has it all. In the vibrant downtown area, prospective residents will find a bustling entertainment and retail district. Flanked by trendy clubs, upscale boutiques, fashionable bars and fine restaurants, this is the place to be in West Palm Beach.

If you have an interest in the performing arts and theater, there are ample venues that are certain to appeal to you, including the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the Norton Museum of Art. Outdoor enthusiasts will also find there are plenty of activities to tickle their fancy as well. The teeming West Palm Beach waterfront not only offers spectacular views, but also the opportunity to soak up the sun and hit the water. If you prefer something a bit more adventurous, head on over to the western edge of the city, where you can hike and bike your way along the Grassy Waters Preserve.

With so many recreational pursuits to enjoy, it is easy to see why more than 100,000 people already call West Palm Beach home. The burgeoning real estate market in West Palm Beach offers plenty of opportunities for buyers who are interested in purchasing a home where they can soak up the sun here full-time or on a seasonal basis. One of the great aspects of the market in West Palm Beach is the great diversity it offers.

Bel Air is one of the most well-known districts in the city. Although you would hardly know it today, this charming historical district was once a pineapple plantation and was later developed into a neighborhood between 1925 and 1935. If you are searching for variety, consider Central Park. Home to a collective of subdivisions situated north of Southern Boulevard, this exclusive neighborhood features beautifully maintained sidewalks, curbed roadways and a stunning pier. Renowned for its mission-style and Mediterranean revival-style homes, the historic neighborhood of El Cid is included in the National Register of Historic Places.

Much like Bel Air, the neighborhood of Flamingo Park was also originally the site of a pineapple plantation. Home to one of the highest coastal ridges in the area, this prime piece of real estate offered superb development potential. Before long, magnificent homes were constructed along the ridge, providing residents with panoramic ocean views. Property values are currently on the rise in this fashionable neighborhood, making the purchase of one of these homes a sound investment. Although a variety of architectural styles is represented here, buyers can often find a selection of renovated and restored mission and Spanish-style homes.

One of the oldest neighborhoods in West Palm Beach that remains intact is the Grandview Heights neighborhood. Although much of this district was demolished at one time for planned infrastructural development, today this neighborhood is making a comeback. New buyers to the area will find a beautiful selection of craftsman-style bungalows that are perfect for families and even modest Mediterranean-style homes.