Boca Raton Real Estate & Community Information

Boca Raton, known to the locals as ‘Boca’, is a beautiful coastal city located between Miami and Palm Beach, Florida right on the Atlantic Coast. The Spanish influence is prevalent throughout the buildings and architecture bringing a classy landscape to the city.

The population of Boca Raton is about 93,000 residents, however with being one of the wealthiest communities in the United Sates, the city attracts significant daytime visitors coming to shop and explore what the city has to offer. Boca Raton houses the main campus of Florida Atlantic University as well as corporate headquarters for Office Depot, ADT and Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

$400,000 – $600,000
$600,000 – $800,000
$800,000 – $1,000,000
Over $1,000,000

Living in Boca Raton

Boca Raton is known for its beautiful beaches, family-owned boutiques and shops, varietyof fine dining options, and golf courses. Median home price is $402,100 with choices of community homes or coastal front properties at your fingertips.

The median household income is $71,768 with the sales tax rate at 6.00% and no income taxes. The unemployment rate in Boca Raton is 4.10% with a positive job growth rate.

Shopping and Dining Options in Boca

Boca has a variety of shoping and dining from family-owned boutiques to major shopping centers and designer stores.

Town Center at Boca Raton – this impressive indoor mall is the biggest in its region. Withover 220 stores, including 6 major department stores, to choose from you can find anything and everything you might need. Feeling hungry? The wide variety of dining options from The Capital Grill and Pinon Grill to coffee shops and cafes, there is something to curb your appetite.

Mizner Park – Right in the heart of downtown Boca, Mizner Park brings together leizurely dining, entertainment and shopping all in one stop. Kapow Noodle Bar, Racks Downtown Eatery and Tavern, Tanzy and Uncle Julio's are just a few of the restaurants goers have to choose from.

Clematis Street – Located in the historical heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. Starting at Flagler Drive on the Intracoastal Waterway, Clementis Street is home to the indigenouse flavors of the southeast Florida. From Bar Louie, to Duffy's Sports Bar & Grill, to Le Rendezvous, Clematis offers dining, nightclubs, and shopping galor.

Boca Parks and Recreation

Boca Raton has 2 miles of beaches and parks along the Atlantic Coast. Some of the noteable attractions include:

Red Reef Park – 67 acres of ocean front scenery. The park offers an array of amentities for all including areas for camping, hiking, nature walking and fishing.

Gumbo Limbo Nature Center – the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is the perfect place for the entire family to enjoy the wildlife that the Atlantic Coast has to offer. Twenty acres of the Center is protected barrier reef that is home to many endadged species and wildlife. The Center also educates over 6,000 students in marine and ecology, and monitors over 800 sea turtle nests and rescures and releases over 9000 injured turtles a year, and offers public programming for children, adults, and families.

Red Reef Executive Golf Course – this golf course offers players an oceanfront golf experience. Enjoy an amazing day of golf while taking in the oceanfront panoramic views along the way.

Schools, Health and Transportation

Boca Raton is commited to the life-long education of it's residents. It is home to 47 grade-A public schools, top notch private schools, and 4 local universities. It is part of the Palm Beach County Public Schools Distric.

Boca Raton Regional Hospital as well as many local clinics provide the city with any healthcare needs they may have. Whether it's your yearly checkup, or visiting the ER, there is a place for you to go and trust.

Boca Raton has many ways to get around. Public transportation options include the Tri-Rail which is a regional commuter rail system with 18 stations that span from Mangonia Park to to Miami Airport, Palm Tran which is Palm Beach County's public bus system and Broward County Transit (BCT) which is Broward County's public bus system. There are 3 international airports very near to Boca Raton including Miami International Airport 43 miles south, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 22 miles south and Palm Beach International Airport 21 miles north.