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Boca Raton City Guide

Home to the Florida Atlantic University main campus, Boca Raton is known as both a scholastic and corporate city. The headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies and non-profits are located here, including Office Depot, ADT, Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Lynn University. World-renowned tennis player Chris Evert runs the Evert Tennis Academy here. Boca Raton is also a major shopping destination – the upscale Town Center Mall and Boca Raton’s unique downtown district are the city’s hottest retail spots.
  • Upscale Shopping
  • Commuting To Miami
  • Beaches
  • Golf Courses

Architecture and landmarks

Both Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival are popular styles in Boca Raton, thanks to architect Addison Mizner, who was instrumental in the development of the city. There are several homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the Old Floresta Historic District. Strict development codes prevent outdoor car dealerships, big box stores like Walmart and Costco and billboards. As a result, there are a number of major thoroughfares that have no advertising or chain stores at all.

Most of the homes with a Boca Raton zip code aren’t actually located within the city limits. There is a very large area to the west of the city that’s unincorporated, but has Boca Raton mailing addresses and phone numbers. The larger Boca Raton area is home to many gated communities, golf courses and huge planned developments.

Architecture and landmarks

Real Estate Market

Real Estate Market

Within the bounds of Boca Raton there are 46,848 single-family homes, 39,781 condo units and 11,445 townhouses. There are an additional 489 multi-family homes, 155 residential properties that don’t fit within any of those descriptions, and 439 vacant lots.

There are nearly 1,800 commercial units in the area, though there are significant limits on the size of businesses that can operate within those units. Another 425 properties are zoned as being industrial in Boca Raton, and there are 588 mixed-use buildings.

Real Estate Market

Public services

Transit

Known to locals as Federal Highway, US Highway 1 cuts through downtown Boca Raton as well as the commercial and industrial districts. Drivers can get from I-95 in Boca Raton to Miami in about 40 minutes without traffic or they can take the Boca Raton Tri-Rail commuter train. Limited bus service is provided by PalmTran.

Schools

The School District of Palm Beach County oversees public schools in Boca Raton, including 4 high schools, 5 middle schools and 12 elementary schools. Additionally, there are a number of well-known private and parochial schools and two alternatives schools in the city. Higher education options include Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University, and Palm Beach State College.

Health

The 374-bed Boca Raton Regional Hospital is the city’s general medical and surgical hospital. Survey data for the latest year available shows that 41,917 patients visited the hospital's emergency room. The hospital had a total of 17,018 admissions. Its physicians performed 4,057 inpatient and 5,008 outpatient surgeries.

Safety

The FBI’s most recent statistics reported 203 violent crimes in the course of one year. The Boca Raton Police Department offers several free classes to residents, including a Citizen’s Police Academy and a SAFE Program for self-defense.

Things to do

Things to do

Mizner Park, located in downtown Boca Raton, is a hub of unique stores, boutiques, a movie theatre and upscale restaurants. At its northern end sits the Center for the Arts, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, and the Count de Hoernele Amphitheater. Town Center at Boca Raton, the largest enclosed mall in the county, offers another upscale shopping option.

Things to do

The eastern coast of the city has a full two miles of beaches, Red Reef Park and South Inlet Park being the most popular. Sugar Sand Park, a municipal park, is home to the Children’s Science Explorium, while other area parks include golf courses, dog parks and nature center. Fine dining options abound in this upscale city.

Things to do

Popular choices include contemporary American fare at Twenty Twenty Grille, steaks at Abe & Louie’s or STaR, and European classics at The Capital Grille. Hoagie sandwiches are a local specialty and can be found at V & S Italian Deli or Laspada’s Original Hoagies. Tom Sawyer Restaurant is a top family restaurant and Icihyami Buffett and Sushi is one of the highest rated international restaurants.