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Living & Loving the Northern Palm Beaches!

August 1st, 2018

A Video Tour of Paradise!

Let us take you on a tour of this gorgeous slice of paradise we call home…

🌞 Warm weather year-round…

Perfect place for every age to live, work, play, & relax…

🌊 Beautiful beaches, breathtaking waterways, year-round world-class 🎣 , beloved historic landmarks, natural wildlife preserves, shopping, dining, & so much more!

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OnTheMarket…Condo with gorgeous lake views!

April 25th, 2018

Agent Jamie Garber takes us on a tour of her newest listing (2812 Grande Parkway #109) located in San Matera at the Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

This spacious end unit has 2 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms, with a large living room & dining room with views of the lake, and is located near The Gardens Mall! Find more info on this amazing condo here:

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Pre-sale, pre-construction opportunity in Palm Beach Gardens

September 12th, 2015
Pre-sale, pre-construction opportunity filling up fast! Call me for more information at 561.891.9262 or email me at to RSVP for a special VIP opportunity on October 14th.
I wanted to share some news with you regarding an exciting new housing development being built on the last large parcel of land in Palm Beach Gardens. This will be a non-golf course community with very low HOA fees and is slated to be open for sales in November 2015. There are 12 models as well as specs under way.
This is an exciting new community for our area and sorely needed. There will be a total of 1250 single-family homes and townhomes in all. Pre-construction prices will initially top out around $1 million (base pricing) for over 5500 square feet of living space. The estimated build-out time is 7 years, although we expect it will be much sooner due to the high demand, lack of competition, and new jobs from Scripps coming in. The community will have 2 pools, a fitness center, and a clubhouse. The numerous floorplans offered from the developer are very unique and offer a modern, open design with high-end finishes as well as an abundance of design options.
If this is of interest to you, I highly recommend that you attend the pre-sales preview so that you can take advantage of opening day prices and selections. Please call me for more information, or if you would like to RSVP for the event, call me at 561.891.9262 or or email me at
Thank you,
Andrew Levy

Waterfront Options in Jupiter Island, Jupiter, & Palm Beach Gardens

December 3rd, 2014

Waterfront Options in Jupiter Island, Jupiter, & Palm Beach Gardens

I would like to live on the water, preferably the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, or Loxahatchee River?

I get asked these questions all the time. First, the ocean is incredibly pricey, like $5-7 million for a luxury lot on Jupiter Island, moving down in price as you go north to Stuart to the $3 million dollar range. Intracoastal prices range from $1.5 million on the low side to $5 million on the high side, again location dependent. What most people don’t know is that the salt from the ocean literally eats concrete. The annual maintenance of Ocean property including windstorm insurance is astronomical.

As a result, most buyers opt for the Intracoastal, especially where the Intracoastal has some serious width. Plus, the boats and city lights make it desirable during the nighttime, whereas the ocean is very dark.

Another option is the Loxahatchee River homes, where teardowns and vacant lots run anywhere from the low $1’s to $3.5 million.

A boat’s keel depth can be an issue in the Loxahatchee River, not so much in the Intracoastal Waterway.