Boca Raton is the second largest city in Palm Beach County. “East” Boca as it’s called was incorporated in 1925 and covers over 29 square miles. Five miles of coastal beach to the East, the city limits border Clint Moore Rd to the North, parts of Powerline/Jog Rd or the Florida Turnpike to the West, and just south of Southwest 18th St. The city of Boca Raton is home to just over 90,000 residents in a mix of single-family homes, condos, and townhomes.
Over 1,600 acres make up the city’s 46 parks, and over 90 miles of trails, bike/walking paths can be enjoyed in Boca Raton. Florida Atlantic University is the largest of Boca Raton’s 3 colleges and universities. For primary education, Boca Raton offers 28 schools varying in grade levels including both public and private. Boca Raton’s commitment to education is evident in its highly regarded public and private schools, making it an ideal place for families.
Boca Raton has highly desired waterfront properties on the intracoastal waterway. Areas with intracoastal access include Blue Inlet, Boca Harbour, Golden Harbour, and Boca Bay Colony. Some of the most highly sought-after gated communities includes but is not limited to Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club, The Sanctuary, and the Woodfield Country Club.
If condo living is desired, Boca Raton has so many options to choose from. Numerous condo communities provide direct ocean view, such as Presidential Place, One Thousand Ocean, or Addison on the Ocean. In Boca Raton, not on the ocean, you will find beautiful condo neighborhoods like 327 Royal Palm, Sea Ranch Club of Boca, and the newly finished Alina Residences.