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West Palm Beach's historic Clematis Street is ready for its close up! The two-year construction project has finally finished up the final stages and residents of Palm Beach County are welcome to enjoy the new streetscape. 

From the waterfront to Rosemary Avenue, the $18.8 million dollar streetscape has widened the sidewalks, narrowed the travel lanes and many on-street parking spots eliminated travel lanes to discourage cars and emphasize the on-foot experience on Clematis, an entertainment, dining and shopping focal point for residents, tourists and workers.

There's still work to be done but it's all expected to be complete by the end of October, officials said Thursday according to the Palm Beach Post. 

The 600 block will get a minor update,

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Amazon is coming to the Gardens Mall. Beginning today, September 16th, Amazon customers can buy toys, books, kitchen gadgets, electronics and more at their new 4-Star store.

The giant online store is set to open its doors in the Gardens Mall for its first general merchandise store in Florida at 11 am. The store is located on the first floor near Nordstrom’s of the popular Palm Beach Gardens mall.

The new 4,500 square foot Amazon store will carry everything that received a 4-star rating or greater on their website. Products include everything from electronics, games, books, toys, home goods, kitchen items and much more. The store will also carry and serve as a platform for Amazon’s own tech devices including smart home devices such as Alexa and the

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Signs of fall are coming to Palm Beach County. Although the weather is still warm and sunny, fall activities are getting ready to open.

The West Palm Beach GreenMarket is preparing to return to the West Palm Beach waterfront this October for its 26th season. The popular GreenMarket is a fall centerpiece for downtown West Palm Beach.  On Saturday mornings, hundreds of people and vendors line the streets and display some of the best local produce and homemade goods.

The theme for this year’s market is “Lettuce Shop Safely” and due to the current conditions and health and safety guidelines, social distancing will be strictly enforced. The GreenMarket will start this October 3rd and run every Saturday until mid-April. Admission is free with vendor

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Located on one of Palm Beach Island’s most exclusive streets, The Flagler Museum is one of the most visited attraction in Palm Beach County. The grand estate, formally known as Whitehall, features more than 100,000 square feet filled with some of the most important Palm Beach history.

The famous landmark was commissioned by the American Industrialist Henry Flagler as a wedding gift to his wife Mary. Henry Flagler is known to be the founder of Standard Oil and an important person in shaping the history of Palm Beach. Flagler commissioned John Carrere and Thomas Hastings to build and design the grand estate. Hastings and Carrere were also the architects for other famous landmarks such as the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City and the New York Public

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The Gardens Mall is a popular destination for those who live and visit Palm Beach County. The luxurious shopping mall features more than 1.4 million square feet of shopping, entertainment, events, and dining options.

Scattered around the enclosed two-story shopping mall is more than 160 shops and restaurants with more to come.  The mall features five anchor stores, Nordstrom’s Bloomingdales, Sears, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Macy’s.

Some of the stores located within the mall include Apple, Peloton, Tiffany and Co. Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Tesla, Pottery Barn, Sephora, Kendra Scott, Shake Shack, True Food Kitchen, Lilly Pulitzer, Jo Malone, Tommy Bahama, Brooks Brothers, Anthropologie, Tory Burch, Jimmy Choo, LuluLemon, and much more.

The Gardens Mall

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Head to The Royal Poinciana Plaza on Saturdays during the month of September and October for their new event, "Shop To Table Outdoor Shopping Series".

Shops and boutiques located within the Royal Poinciana Plaza move their store outside for fresh air and the Palm Beach sunshine. During the al-fresco shopping series, clothes, shoes, and merchandise line the terrazzo and courtyards with exclusive offers and shopping deals.

The event takes place every Saturday throughout the month of September and October for a fun day of shopping. On the third Saturday of every month, there is live music in partnership with Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

Shop To Table Outdoor Shopping Series September Dates:

Saturday, September 5th

Saturday, September

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Often referred to as an exotic oasis perched on the prestigious Florida coast in Palm Beach, Worth Avenue attracts the world’s elite to Palm Beach County for the finest in shopping dining and overall Florida lifestyle. Located just steps from the world famous “Billionaires Row”, Worth Avenue is home to some of the world’s most exclusive shopping brands in the world and breathtaking Mediterranean-inspired architecture.

Whether your in the market for a piece of fine art, a slice of your very real estate paradise, or just a stroll among the rich and famous, Worth Avenue has it all. Here is a quick guide of some of our favorite shops, restaurants and places to stay to help you soak it all in: 

Shopping

Veneta

Brioni

Gucci

Jimmy Choo

Louis

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North Palm Beach is a small incorporated village located in Northern Palm Beach County along the intracoastal waterways and the Atlantic Ocean on a barrier island. The quite village has won the National Association of Home Builders as the best planned community in 1956 when the village was formed.

The North Palm Beach area was developed in the early 1950’s by philanthropist John D MacArthur.  North Palm Beach is home to the only state park located in Palm Beach County, the John D. MacArthur State Park and is known to be the home to many PGA Tour golfers.

The John D. MacArthur State Park is an eco-friendly and family orientated park complete with picnic facilities, natural trails, a Nature and Welcome Center, waterways, kayak rentals and much more.

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Amazon is coming to Jupiter, the large company with millions of goods announced this week that they are planning on building a giant fulfillment center in northern Palm Beach County. The online shopping giant plans to build a one million square foot facility and the new facility will create hundreds of new full-time jobs.

The new Jupiter location will be Amazon’s third fulfillment center in Palm Beach County. The company announced last month of building a delivery station in Boca Raton and last year, Amazon opened their 96,000 square foot delivery warehouse west of the turnpike in West Palm Beach.  In addition to the news of the new Jupiter location, Amazon announced that the online company plans on opening a retail store in The Gardens Mall.

The

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According to Men’s Health Magazine, Stuart ranks No. 6 on their list of 58 Charming Towns You Haven’t Heard of but Should Visit ASAP and we couldn’t agree more. This Martin County gem sports a variety of reasons why it should be on your list of places to visit this year!

For a community with a population just under 16,000, the pretty little coastal town of Stuart has made quite a name for itself. 

Named the 2008 "Most Beautiful City in America" Stuart came out on top after being evaluated based on the categories of Tidiness, Environmental Awareness, Community Involvement, Heritage Preservation, Urban Forestry, Landscaped Areas, Floral Displays and Turf & Groundcovers. 

When it comes to recreation, the Stuart beaches are plentiful and uncrowded.

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