Population within 10 miles
Average Household Income
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Jupiter – Palm Beach County’s Northernmost Gem
Jupiter is one of the northernmost towns in Palm Beach County. With a 40% population increase since 2000, a year round population of 193,617 within 10 miles of the project and average household income of $114,884 within one mile of the project, the town is considered one of the most affluent and fastest growing populations on the east coast of Florida. In addition to the quality of life attractions of Jupiter, the Town is also on the rise due to a diversifying local economy. Targeted and specific additions to the business landscape of Jupiter such as one of the world’s largest, private non-profit research organizations, Scripps Research Institute, have resulted in a continuously growing and successful town.
The Town of Jupiter is very focused on controlled growth and proactively imposes strict zoning and approval regulations to protect projects that are beneficial to the local market. Its efforts to attract projects that bring quality jobs, economic growth and overall prosperity to the community have resulted in the town’s wealth, beauty and popularity.
Jupiter’s northern location in the county does not deter from its close proximity to other points of interest. Jupiter is only 15 minutes north of West Palm Beach, 20 minutes north of Palm Beach International Airport, 1 hour north of Miami and 2 hours south of all Orlando attractions.
Why Palm Beach County?
Totaling 2,386 square miles of prime South Florida real estate, Palm Beach County is the second-largest county in the state. Its 47 miles of beaches, 160 world-class public and private golf courses and innumerable museums, shops, restaurants, spas and other cultural venues make the county both a coveted place to live and destination for travel.
According to a 2011 comparative cost analysis by The Boyd Company, Inc., Palm Beach County ranks 16th among 55 top U.S. locations for corporate headquarters. The county is home to more than 60 headquarters, which bring high wage and high skill employment, high visibility, prestige and stability to the area. Twelve major industry clusters span the county, ranging from agribusiness to aerospace engineering, and over 49,000 companies supply products and services throughout the state, country and world.
Jupiter, the location of Harbourside Place, is considered one of the most affluent and fastest growing populations on Florida’s east coast. With close proximity to the state’s busiest ports and airports, the town continues to grow and prosper.
Number of Households39,144
Avg. Household Income$107,777
Boca Raton FL
Comparable development, Mizner Park, offers guests 503,000 square feet of retail and office space, 272 luxury apartments and 50,000 square feet of cultural arts space. Retailers include F.P. Journe, Hublot Geneve, Banana Republic Women and Z Gallerie.
Number of Households28,673
Avg. Household Income$96,174
Located in the West Coast equivalent to Jupiter, Florida, 5th Avenue retailers bring in some of the highest earnings in the state. The Avenue is lined with over 200 charming local and national retailers, restaurants, theatres and professional services.
Number of Households14,675
Avg. Household Income$87,732
Bel Harbour, Miami
Bal Harbour Shops, in Miami, broke earnings records in 2012, with sales at $2,700 per square foot. Revenue at the facility has increased every year since its opening in 1964, with only two exceptions: 2001 and 2009.