Updated: Jan 10
Downtown West Palm Beach is rapidly becoming one of South Florida’s most popular areas to live and play, with a seemingly endless array of options for nightlife, beaches, entertainment, and the arts. Located at the center of it all is Park Central, an upcoming townhome community consisting of 14 units with contemporary design, private pools, and state-of-the-art appliances.
Designed by the award-winning Borrero Architecture, all of Park Central’s 14 townhomes share a nearly identical layout and design scheme. Oversized windows throughout imbue each living space with natural light, while high ceilings and open-concept layouts convey an airy, open feel.
The first floor of each unit showcases an impressive, double-height foyer, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchens feature oversized islands, quartz countertops, and stainless steel Thermador appliances. Polished concrete floors in the main living areas add a sense of contemporary elegance while providing a versatile palette for interior design.
Primary suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, dual walk-in closets, and impeccably designed en-suite bathrooms with soaking tubs. Of the two secondary bedrooms in each unit, one includes a Juliette balcony while the other features floor-to-ceiling windows. Both include walk-in closets and en-suite baths. White oak flooring is found throughout the upstairs living spaces.
Each unit will have its own private courtyard and saltwater pool, as well as a covered walkway leading to a two-car garage. Picturesque, tropical landscaping will reflect the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Situated 70 miles north of Miami, West Palm Beach and Palm Beach offer world-class cultural and shopping districts.
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, for example, is a premier local venue for productions, concerts, and more.
For fine arts, the Norton Museum of Art houses a world-renowned collection of European, American, Chinese, and contemporary art.
Baseball enthusiasts flock to the FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, which is Major League Baseball’s newest Spring training destination and home to both the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals. Additionally, Miami is a short drive away, and many Palm Beach County residents are season ticket holders of the Miami Dolphins, Heat, and Marlins.
For children’s activities, West Palm boasts the Cox Science Center and Aquarium, the Palm Beach Zoo, Lion Country Safari, and ample public parks both on and off the waterfront.
The Atlantic portion of the Intracoastal Waterway runs along the eastern seaboard from Massachusetts to Key West, and the West Palm Beach bike trail runs parallel to a 6.5-mile portion of the waterway—from the canal at the southern end of West Palm Beach north to the historic Old Northwood neighborhood.
For convenient transportation throughout South Florida, the Brightline is a premium, privately owned passenger rail service that currently has stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. The West Palm Beach station is 1.4 miles from Park Central, which makes commuting south easy and hassle free. Additional stations are planned in Orlando and Tampa, among others.
Palm Beach International Airport is located three miles from Park Central. It offers over 200 daily non-stop arrivals and departures to many destinations in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean on 13 airlines, with an average of 11 flights a day to New York City airports.
The development is also situated within a mile from Palm Beach Island, home to scenic Atlantic Beaches and Worth Avenue—Palm Beach’s luxury shopping mecca. Other nearby areas worth exploring include Flagler Drive and the Intracoastal Waterway.
The development is set to open in June of 2023. To learn more about the townhomes, contact Sabra Kirkpatrick.