West Palm Beach resides in the Palm Beach County area and is the oldest incorporated municipality in the South Florida area. In the summer, temperatures range from 70-87 degrees and in the winter they range from 33-51 degrees.
The city has a population of about 120,021 in a 58.2 square mile area. The demographics for West Palm Beach are; 54.09% Caucasian; 36.21% African American; 0.33% Native American; 1.46% Asian; 4.35% Mixed.
The economy for West Palm Beach is currently ranked 4th for U.S. Cities.
The Bel Air Historic District is one of four historical districts in West Palm Beach. Central Park makes up several subdivisions which reside north of Southern Boulevard. El Cid is made up of Mediterranean revival and mission style homes and was highly developed during Florida’s real estate boom. Flamingo Park rests on one of the highest coastal ridge sections of Palm Beach County. Grandview Heights is one of the county’s oldest neighborhoods.
World Class performances have been seen at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. The center has more than 800 events each year such as theater, dance, opera and music. Just south of Downtown the Norton Museum of Art is located where they feature travelling exhibits and a permanent collection of art from the 19th and 20th century.