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About Boca Raton, Florida
Boca Raton is located in the southernmost part of Palm Beach county. It boarders Broward county. It is north of Deerfield Beach and south of Delray Beach. It is home to Florida Atlantic University, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, the National Cartoon Museum, and numerous parks, shops and restaurants. It originally appeared on Spanish maps as "Boca de Ratones." The first known occupant was TM Rickards. In 1895, he lived in a house made of driftwood on the east side of the East Coast Canal, south of what is now the Palmetto Park Road bridge. Boca Raton grew in popularity during the Florida land boom in the 1920's. It was incorporated in May of 1925.
Addison Mizner's Ritz-Carlton Cloister Inn was built in 1926. It is now know as the world-famous Boca Resort & Club. The Resort's pink tower that can be seen for miles was added in 1969. Most of the area was used as an Army Air Force base during World War II. The current airport's runway number 5/23 was part of the original airport. Most of the grounds of Florida Atlantic University (FAU) are are also former airport grounds. In fact, most of FAU's parking areas were runways. After the war, Boca Raton became home to International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). IBM built a huge self-sustaining complex in the late 1960's and early 1970's. After they relocated to North Carolina in the late 1980's, the complex was eventually sold to T-REX Management Consortium. T-REX converted it to the business/research park it is today.
The actual municipality only consists of about 29 square miles. What is referred to as Boca Raton is a much larger area. It consists of surrounding areas from unincorporated Palm Beach County and stretches as far west as the Florida Everglades. It is a great place to visit and a wonderful place to love. Popular parks include Sugar Sand Park, Meadows Park, Memorial Park and Lake Wyman Park. Beachfront parks included Gumbo Limbo Nature Center and Patch Reef Park. Popular centers are Royal Palm Plaza, Mizner Park and the Town Center Mall. Please use the tabs below to learn more about Boca Raton, including Boca Raton real estate and homes for sale, or call us at (561) 322-3330 for more information. Our Boca Raton realtor and specialist is standing by waiting to help you now.
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5 Palms, 14th and Ocean, 200 East, 327 Royal Palm, Addison Estates, Addison Lakes, Addison on the Ocean, Addison Pointe, Admirals Walk, Aegean, Amberwoods, American Homes, Aquarius, Aragon, Arborwood, Athena, Atlantic Cloisters, Atrium, Avalon, Aviara, Azura
Banyan Courts, Banyan Lakes, Banyan Park, Bel Marra, Belaire, Beresford, Berkeley, Beulah, Blue Inlet, Blue Water, Boca Azul, Boca Barwood, Boca Bath and Tennis, Boca Bay, Boca Bay Colony, Boca Bayou, Boca Bella, Boca Capri, Boca Center Plaza, Boca Chase, Boca Country Club, Boca Country Estates, Boca Cove, Boca Del Mar, Boca Dunes, Boca East Estates, Boca Entrada, Boca Falls, Boca Fontana, Boca Gardens, Boca Glades, Boca Golfview, Boca Granada, Boca Grand, Boca Grande, Boca Greens, Boca Grove, Boca Hamlet, Boca Harbour, Boca House, Boca Inlet, Boca Islands, Boca Isles, Boca Keys, Boca Lago, Boca Lake, Boca Lakes, Boca Lake Estates, Boca Landings, Boca Linda, Boca Madera, Boca Mar, Boca Marina, Boca Palms, Boca Park, Boca Patio Village, Boca Pinar, Boca Pines, Boca Pointe, Boca Quay, Boca Rancho, Boca Raton Heights, Boca Raton Hills, Boca Raton Riviera, Boca Reserve, Boca Resort, Boca Ridge, Boca Rio, Boca Sailing, Boca Springs, Boca Square, Boca Teeca, Boca Terrace, Boca Towers, Boca Towne, Boca Trace, Boca Trails, Boca Verde, Boca View, Boca Villas, Boca Walk, Boca West, Boca Winds, Boca Woods, Bocaire, Bocar, Boniello Acres, Breakers at Boca, Brentwood, Brighton, Broken Sound Country Club, Brookhaven
Cameo Lakes, Cameo Woods, Camino Gardens, Camino Real Village, Canary Palm, Captiva, Caribbean Keys, Carlton, Carriage Hill, Casa Del Rio, Casa Nueva, Centra, Central Park, Century Village, Chalfonte, Charleston Place, Chateau on Knoll, Chatham Hills, Cimarron, Cloister Beach Towers, Cloister Del Mar, Cloisters, Cloverfield, Club Royale, Coach Houses, Colonnade, Colony Point, Conference Ridge, Coral Lakes, Corniche, Coronado, Country Club Village, Country Landing, Country Park, Courtyards, Crystal Cove Estates
La Costa Del Mar, La Fontana, La Joya, Lago Del Mar, Lago Mar, Lake Boca Raton, Lake Floresta Park, Lake House South, Lake Rogers, Lake Windwood, Lake Wyman, Lakes at Boca Raton, Lakewood Oaks, Lambiance, L'Ambiance, Lands End, Las Brisas, Le Lac, Le Rivage, Les Jardins, Lexington Estates, Library Commons, Loggers Run, Long Lake Estates, Long Lake Palms, Luxuria
Majorca, Maranatha, Marbella, Mayfair, Meadow Lakes, Mediterrania, Millpond, Misson Bay, Mizner Court, Mizner Forest, Mizner Grand, Mizner Lake Estates, Mizner Park, Mizner Pointe, Mizner Tower, Mizner Village, Montoya Circle, Montoya Estates
Palacio Del Mar, Palm Beach Farms, Palm Royal, Palma Vista, Palmetto Park Terrace, Palmetto Pines, Palmetto Place, Paradise Palms, Paradisio, Paraiso, Parkside, Paseos, Patrician, Pheasant Walk, Pine Springs, Pineapple Walk, Pinelands, Placide, Polo Club, Ponderosa, Por La Mar, Porta Bella, Pradera, Presidential Place
Sabal Point, Sabal Ridge, Sabal Shores, San De Vance, San Remo, San Simeon, Sanctuary Pines, Sandalfoot, Santa Barbara, Saturnia, Sea Ranch Club, Seasons, Sierra Del Mar, Silver Woods, Solimar, Sonoma Lake Estates, Southwind Lakes, Spanish Isles, Spanish Oaks, St Andrews Country Club, Saint Andrews Country Club, St Andrews Grand, Stonebridge, Stonebridge Country Club, Stratford Arms, Strathmore, Sun and Surf, Sunflower, Symphony Bay
Tamarron, Terra Tranquila, The Estates, The Meridian, The Oaks, The Preserve, The Sanctuary, The Shores, The Woods, Thornhill Estates, Thornhill Glen, Thornhill Green, Thornhil Lake, Thornhill Mews, Thornhill Village, Thre Thousand South,
Tiburon, Tierra Del Mar, Timbercreek, Timbers, Timberwalk, Tower 155, Town Villas, Townhomes of Enfield Street, Townsend Place, Trends, Trieste, Tudor Woods, Tunison Palms, Tuscany Village
University Heights, University Park, Vallhala, Villa Nova, Villa Rica, Villa San Remo, Village Del Mar, Villaggio, Villas of Oriole, Villas at Red Reef, Villas Del Mar, Vineyards, Vista Verde, Vistazo
Watergate, Waterside, Wedgewood Estates, West Lakes, Whisper Walk, Whitehall, Whitehall at Camino Real, Wimbledon, Wimbledon Villas, Winding Lakes, Windsong, Windwood, Winfield, Winfield Park, Winston Bay, Woodfield Country Club, Woodfield Hunt Club, Woodhaven, Woods at Boca Del Mar
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