Industry Leaders Choose Palm Beach North

POSTED ON May 18, 2017 - 5000 North Ocean

The old adage “Location, location, location,” may still ring true as to why industry leaders are finding Palm Beach North to be an attractive place to open their doors. While not so much a brick-and-mortar storefront as in the past, the saying still applies to where businesses are making their primary decision-where to open their base of operations. With the exceptional tax climate of the Sunshine State, it’s never been easier to make Florida home for flourishing business ventures.

It’s easy to see why Palm Beach North is an ideal location with its year-round summer climate and active outdoor lifestyle near the ocean. Align that fact with ample and affordable business sites, harmonious government and business partnerships, easy access to I-95, Palm Beach International Airport, the newly-reimagined Port of Palm Beach, a wide range of home real estate offerings, urban sophistication with shops, restaurants, arts & culture, a consistent A-rated Palm Beach County school district and you’ve got a perfect mix that’s hard to argue with.

The consortium of municipalities

One Region:
Ten Inviting Personalities

The consortium of municipalities listed at the top make up the distinctive new corridor within Palm Beach County. The 10 municipalities of Palm Beach North share one mission: To foster business and lifestyle prosperity region-wide. All 10 municipalities proactively manage a strategic and sustainable master plan that supports the continued growth of bioscience, aviation, marine, distribution, manufacturing, sports and recreation, energy, healthcare, technology, tourism and other industries, while preserving unique quality-of-life benefits. Every advantage any company needs to prosper and every amenity families and employees could desire can be found here. Maybe that’s why Palm Beach North is fast becoming known as Florida’s Prosperity Coast.

Juno Beach
A seaside community with an exceptional quality of life and small-town charm, the residents, businesses and town staff proudly partner together to protect the beauty of this unique area.
Key businesses: FPL-NextEra Energy; Tire Kingdom, Inc. Corporate Office & Headquarters; DSS Headquarters (Document Storage Systems, Inc.)

A vibrant mix of small-town warmth and 21st century innovative science and business. Three miles of beaches, beautiful and accessible waterways, rich history and cultural discoveries, strong growth and a stable, sustainable local government.
Key businesses: Max Planck Florida Institute; Els for Autism Foundation

Jupiter Inlet Colony
This hidden gem was ranked as the “Safest Town in Florida” according to crime statistics reported by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI (2015). With its premier housing choices and upscale amenities, Jupiter Inlet Colony is a particularly coveted choice for many top executives relocating to the Palm Beach North area.

Lake Park
Known as “The Jewel of the Palm Beaches,” lush landscaping adorns the town, and marinas are filled with postcard-perfect sailboats fluttering in warm breezes. A revitalized downtown with dynamic shopping, cultural and arts venues, it reflects the premium quality of life town founders dreamed of back in 1923.
Key businesses: Congress Avenue Corridor; North Federal Highway Corridor

Mangonia Park
Covering one square mile, approximately 75% of the town is zoned for industrial use, making this an ideal location for distribution centers, manufacturers, importing/exporting operations and other types of relevant commercial activities.
Key businesses: WPEC Channel-12; Kauff’s Transportation Systems; Ande Monofilament

North Palm Beach
The community strives to maintain a small-town atmosphere, while still offering a wide choice of family-friendly recreational choices and upscale amenity opportunities. The Village is home to the North Palm Beach Country Club, which features amenities such as an Olympic-size swimming pool, full tennis facilities with Har-Tru courts and a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
Key business: Scripps Research Institute

Palm Beach Gardens
A thriving business corridor, luxury shopping and dining, as well as many cultural and educational opportunities.
Key businesses: Biomet-3i; Belcan Corporation; CH2M Hill, Inc.; Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA); The Forbes Company; LRP Publications, Inc.; Chromalloy Center of Excellence; Bascom Palmer Eye Institute; TBC Corporation Headquarters

Palm Beach Shores / Singer Island
Surrounded on three sides by ocean, inlet and the Lake Worth Lagoon, the warm waters of the Gulf Stream are closer to land on Singer Island than any other place in North America.

Key businesses: Oceanfront hotel and restaurant corridor; Sailfish Marina; Palm Beach Sailing Club; Port Of Palm Beach Cruise Line

Riviera Beach
A growing harbor city with four strong sectors: marine, medical, light/industrial and tourism/hospitality, Riviera Beach offers a wide range of residential communities and education options.
Key businesses: Viking Yachts; Rybovich Marine; Florida East Coast Railway Company; West Palm Beach VA Medical Center; Kindred Hospital The Palm Beaches; Healey Center

A waterfront community with breathtaking ocean vistas, charming boutiques, historical treasures, majestic churches, cultural events and recreational activities. Tequesta embraces a friendly small-town spirit, along with the vision to help local businesses and residents continue to prosper and grow.