Sophistication, history, and outdoor living in a famed neighborhood
Boca Raton started as a tiny agricultural community in the early 1900s and was officially incorporated in 1925. During this time, famed architect Addison Mizner designed Boca Raton’s most exquisite landmarks and buildings in his distinctive Spanish-Mediterranean style, many of which are still in use today. Old meets new as East Boca maintains its architectural touch alongside high-rise beach condos, while Central and West Boca include more modern homes and new development communities.
Beautifully landscaped with palm tree lined streets and distinct Spanish-mediterranean architecture, you will feel like you are on permanent vacation in Boca Raton. Situated between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale in Palm Beach County, there is a little something for everyone. Boca Raton has many sought after neighborhoods, great schools and local attractions and events that keep the community engaged all year long.
Gated and nongated communities, endless golf courses and tennis courts, untouched shorelines, family-friendly activities, sophisticated shopping, and a vibrant downtown
‘Boca’ as it is known to locals, has something for everyone. Central and West Boca provide a plethora of family-friendly neighborhoods that include country clubs, gated and nongated communities all within reach of Florida’s shoreline. East Boca boasts the city's historic districts, high-rise beach condos, intracoastal waterways and untouched beaches. Walkable downtown features the Boca Raton Museum of Art and two wonderful plazas - Mizner Park and Royal Palm Place- which include local restaurants, bars, and boutiques. There are plenty of outdoor activities to soak up the sun, including beaches, neighborhood parks, the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, golf courses and tennis courts. Florida Atlantic University and Lynn University also attract students from all over the world to Boca. Boca Raton is also home to the luxurious and iconic Boca Raton Resort and Club, built in 1926 and designed by famed architect Addison Mizner.
Outdoor living, trendy dining, family friendly
Central and West Boca provide non gated and gated communities with some of them being country clubs with equity memberships. The country club communities offer private, luxurious amenities such as exclusive golf courses, tennis courts and resort-style pools along with hip, delicious dining within each neighborhood’s gates. Close by are notable nature walks, neighborhood parks and local restaurants like Trattoria Romana and Max’s Grille. Explore the surrounding areas of walkable East Boca for more delicious eats and picturesque plazas to stroll after dining. East Boca also presents the ever popular Lake Boca; make sure you stock your cooler when you dock there as it is a central gathering spot on the intracoastal for boaters and kayakers looking for a fun day on the water.
Beachfront condos, intracoastal estates, country club homes, gated and nongated communities
Boca Raton has a home for everyone. With modern beachfront high-rise condos, where the shoreline is out your window to Intracoastal estates that are perfect for docking your boat right in your backyard. Boca is most known for its expansive country clubs and golf course communities that offer a distinct lifestyle. In West Boca, you will find new development communities featuring modern single-family homes and in East Boca new development luxury condo buildings featuring magnificent amenities. Comfortable and affordable single-family homes and condos can be found throughout Boca.
The variety of activities, lifestyles, and homes in Boca Raton; there’s something for everyone here
Boca Raton is the perfect blend of casual and suburban living. Whether you're in the mood to relax at the beach, take up a round of golf, spend the afternoon with your family at Sugarsand park, walk around Boca Town Center Mall, or go out for a world class dinner, Boca has it all.
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