Downtown West Palm Beach
Downtown West Palm Beach is booming with a tremendous amount of new growth. Much of the growth is comprised of new rental apartments and condominium buildings rising along Flagler Drive’s impressive waterfront offering Intracoastal and ocean views, boat slips, marinas and walking distance to the restaurants and shops of Clematis Street and City Place.
Historic West Palm Beach
The El Cid neighborhood is located just south of the revitalized downtown area and is in close proximity to the Intracoastal Waterway and Flagler Drive. A wide walkway along the lake offers a place to bike, stroll, rollerblade, fish or socialize with neighbors. El Cid was largely developed in the early part of the last century as a neighborhood for many of the community’s prominent families and earliest settlers. El Cid real estate reflects that heritage with Mediterranean and early Florida architectural influences. Wide front porches, charming loggias, broad lawns and a true family neighborhood atmosphere attract year-round and seasonal residents alike.