North Palm Beach is a village that's part of Palm Beach County. The county is renowned for the number of famous cities it's home to, with North Palm Beach being closest to Palm Beach Gardens and Riviera Beach. Families searching for homes for rent will find a seaside village directly along the Atlantic if they decide to live in North Palm Beach, with prominent locations like John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, North Palm Beach Country Club and Ruth's Chris Steak House found within the village.
Interesting Facts About North Palm Beach
North Palm Beach was incorporated relatively late, in 1956. The village initially served as a community for professionals who were employees of Pratt and Whitney. Pratt and Whitney is an aerospace manufacturer.
The land that became North Palm Beach was purchased by John D. MacArthur in 1954. MacArthur was instrumental in developing Florida, gaining prominence in the real estate world.
Prior to MacArthur's purchase of the land, the area had been partially developed and had many notable locations, such as the Palm Beach Winter Club. The winter club was subsequently formed into the North Palm Beach Country Club.
North Palm Beach's slogan is "The Best Place to Live Under the Sun."
Resources for Renters
The Village of North Palm Beach has a website that details the unique features of village life for renters. Information can be gleaned from the village newsletter, the country club page, the various departments the village council and a number of other notable pages on village life. "Information for Residents" and "Information for Businesses" are two other pages that offer general information.