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Lake Worth

Experience the art of Florida living where the tropics begin

  • Coastal
  • Tropical
  • Suburban
  • Diverse
  • Artistic
  • Historic
  • Laidback

Nestled between West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach, Lake Worth is known as the place “where the tropics begin” since it is located on the northernmost point of the subtropics, based on the city’s latitude. Residents flock to Lake Worth for its welcoming atmosphere, historic charm, vibrant downtown, and unique residential neighborhoods.

Downtown Lake Worth forms the cultural core of the city, touting the Lake Worth Playhouse and the Museum of Lake Worth in addition to rows of eclectic shops, diverse restaurants, lively bars, and music venues. Lake Worth also offers many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, with Lake Worth Beach Park, Snook Islands, John Prince Park, and numerous golf courses located within close proximity. Quick access to I-95, U.S. 1, and Palm Beach International Airport makes commuting and traveling from Lake Worth a breeze.

Rent Trends

As of October 2018, the average apartment rent in Lake Worth, FL is $966 for a studio, $924 for one bedroom, $1,242 for two bedrooms, and $1,832 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Lake Worth has increased by 2.8% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 250 $966
1 BR 524 $924
2 BR 858 $1,242
3 BR 1,273 $1,832


55 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
32 Transit Score® Some Transit
65 Bike Score® Bikeable

Living in Lake Worth

  • Restaurants

    For a quiet night on the town, try a trendy tapas bar or sample the premium sakes and sushi from your local Asian gastropub. If rubbing elbows with the glitterati is your thing, then try the nightlife on Palm Beach, or motor down to South Beach in the Miami area for some lounge-hopping. The Old Key Lime House and Riggins Crab House in nearby Lantana are great places for seafood. The Old Key Lime has an outdoor patio and dock and boasts traditional seafood dishes. Riggins features crab, land other seafood delicacies with a blend of Maryland and Florida shellfish for the seafood aficionado. For fine dining, Angle at the Eau Resort & Spa on Manalapan (formerly the Ritz Carlton) offers oceanside dining with modern American cuisine including handcrafted cocktails, select wines, and gourmet creations such as octopus confit with avocado and cabernet vinaigrette and caramel poached Maine lobster tail. 

  • Shopping

    Within quick reach of the famous Sawgrass Mall and the bargain-friendly Vero Beach Outlet Mall, Lake Worth residents can find super shopping values within a reasonable driving radius. The shops of the Gardens Mall, approximately 20 miles north, offer literally everything from A to Z, Abercrombie & Fitch to Zales Jewelers. Start your shopping day with Starbucks, shop 'til you drop, then drop by P.F. Chang's China Bistro for lunch; and if you're finished bargain-hunting at Ralph Lauren, Pottery Barn, Jimmy Choo, and Michael Kors by nightfall, grab a bite at Brio Tuscan Grille or try the rustic cuisine at Figs by Todd English. Shopping never tasted so good!

  • Transportation

    Luckily, Lake Worth is an easy-access area; most everything you'll need is within a short drive or bus ride. Palm Beach County's Palm Tran bus line takes its riders to all corners of the area, and the Tri Rail train system travels from the northern Palm Beaches to the Miami/Hialeah area. Visit John Prince Park. attend the monthly sidewalk sales in downtown Lake Worth, or visit the Lake Worth Playhouse to view their latest production; from camping to culture, it's all available in beautiful Lake Worth, Florida.

  • Parks

    Florida prides itself on its year-round sunny weather, and with sunshine that never takes a holiday, the Palm Beaches is a prime destination for those seeking the leisure lifestyle with swimming, boating, and water activities. The Lake Worth Pier is a popular stop for fishing and pier-walking; it also offers lounge and cabana rental. The newly renovated Casino Building and Beach Complex retains its original 1920s architectural flavor, offering event facilities on the upper floor with a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. 

    To get your sports fix, drive down to Miami to catch a Dolphins football game or a Heat basketball game. Or try Roger Dean Stadium for Miami Marlins or St. Louis Cardinals spring training. For family outings, there's Lion Country Safari, with big game animals roaming free, and the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, highlighting traditional and contemporary Japanese culture with tranquil gardens and art exhibits.


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    Palm Gardens Apartments
    1710 4th Ave N, Lake Worth, FL 33460
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