Here’s Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

POSTED ON May 16, 2018 - 5000 North Ocean

Singer Island residents have a hard time choosing their reasons as to why Singer Island is their favorite place to live and play. The white sand beaches, the eclectic local life, and the natural areas help establish 5000 North Ocean as a location where residents recharge and reinvigorate themselves, play on the waterfront, and enjoy their time in luxury-which makes it hard to choose which reasons to like it for. Below are six of our favorites, with input from Singer Island Realty, helping to explain what makes this locale so wonderful to live at.


Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Located just North of Palm Beach Inlet and Palm Beach Island, and just south of Jupiter Island and Juno Beach, Singer Island is 10 minutes from downtown West Palm Beach and the Palm Beach International Airport to the South. The North Palm Beach County Airport also accepts private planes, and is only a few minutes drive from this exclusive location. While Singer Island residents are less than fifteen minutes away from the best shopping, dining, and entertainment in the area, Singer Island itself retains a comfortably isolated feel as the wide waters of the Intracoastal and Lake Worth Lagoon buffer its residents from the outside world. 5000 North Ocean is strategically located in an area that is close to all of these great places, making them only a few minutes’ drive away.


Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Being a short drive away from PGA Boulevard has its benefits, one of them being having access to one of the best golf clubs in the country. Not only does PGA National have award-winning courses designed to test your skill as a golfer, it also hosts The Honda Classic every year. Among the other names in golf here is Lost Tree Golf and the North Palm Beach Country Club, which features its own Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course for players to test their skills on. Along with these, there are also a high number of private clubs in the surrounding area.


Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Singer Island is home to beautiful state parks, such as John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. Located at the north end of Singer Island, it’s one of the finest naturally preserved state parks in all of Florida. From the giant expanse of secluded beach to the estuaries, and preserves, to the kayaking and paddle boarding in the calm inland waters, this park is never too crowded. Sitting just off the southwestern end of Singer Island is the locally beloved Peanut Island.  With its rich history dating back to President Kennedy’s bunker to the Historic Coast Guard station, Peanut Island is a great place to take family and friends over the weekend for snorkeling, swimming, and exploring


Singer Island is designed for you to establish a strong center for your progeny-the relatively slow pace of island life, the expansive open-air spaces, and the high quality of life creates for a happy and healthy childhood. Proximity to high-end private schools such as The Benjamin School and Baldwin Prep School also help exponentially. Receiving high accreditation for Baldwin Prep’s I-20 status and The Benjamin School’s involvement in students’ post-academic lives, its one of the best investments that you can make in your children.

Sport Fishing

Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Boating is also a huge part of the lifestyle here on the Island, and many of the homes on the western side have backyard access to the Intracoastal Waterway. Many residents even enjoy visiting the Bahamas on the weekends, which is only roughly fifty miles offshore of the area. 5000 North Ocean possesses direct waterfront property and a private beach zone for residents to enjoy. 5000 North Ocean recognizes how important North Palm Beach’s sensitive environment is, which is why nearly 54% of its property is improved natural state in the form of wetlands and restored private dunes. This secluded corner of sun and sand ensures that you can enjoy it in peace and privacy. There is a reason that the best captains and fishing charters call Singer Island their home base. The Palm Beach Inlet to the south of the island is the most direct and easily navigable inlet in the Palm Beaches to get its anglers to top ocean game fishing in a very short distance.


Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Most residents on the island are treated to an ever-changing art gallery outside their windows as colors from the sun rising over the Atlantic to the sun setting behind the Intracoastal create a daily masterpiece to enjoy, and a select few of them are 5000 North Ocean residents. Enjoy watching the sun rise and set from your expansive terraces, or watch it play over the ocean from your 30-foot glass window.

The beaches of Singer Island are among the best in all of Florida. Visitors flock from all over the world to enjoy Singer Island’s white sands, cool waters, and relative peace and distance from the rush of the city. However, the best beach on Singer Island would be the private one that you have at 5000 North Ocean on Singer Island. Isolated and serene, this near half acre is yours to swim in, sun on, and enjoy in privacy and security.

Here's Why You Should Live on Singer Island, Florida

Kolter Urban’s 5000 North Ocean will be home to only 48 exclusive residences and has been thoughtfully planned to take full advantage of the 4.5-acre development site and its 341 ft. of direct Palm Beach oceanfront.

Residents will enjoy a plethora of resort-style on-site amenities in a very private natural setting. Amenities include a one-of-a-kind private beach oasis of natural gardens at the dune’s edge, an oceanfront pool, state-of-the art fitness center and a resident club room.

Construction is well underway at 5000 North Ocean with delivery planned for the Fall of 2019. For a preview of the future, homebuyers are encouraged to visit the on-site Sales Gallery, which is open daily. An architectural scale model and full-size designer kitchen are available to provide an in-depth look at the community’s plans. For more information, visit or call 844-500-0937.