Living in One City Plaza, West Palm Beach
What to know in One City Plaza
One City Plaza in West Palm Beach is an all-ages community established in 2003 consisting ofCondominiums.
One City Plaza has a Condominium Owner's Association offers residents access to community amenities such as a private clubhouse, swimming pool, fitness center, and more.
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Association: Condominium Owner's Association
Type of homes: Condominiums
Homes in the Community: Unknown Established in: 2003 New Construction Available: no
24/7 front desk security
Country Club Membership Available
Membership Equity Required
Pickle Ball Courts
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About One City Plaza
One City Plaza is a gorgeous 16 story courtyard style building located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach. The condominiums have two styles traditional and lofts. They range in size from 800 to 2,600 square feet. These beautiful homes feature stupendous 26-foot ceilings with floor to ceiling windows. The lofts are located on the first through third floors, with the live-in work lofts being located on the first floor that you can fully operate certain businesses out of. The elegant clubhouse boasts impeccable amenities such as a built-in kitchen, card table/media room, and a fitness center that looks into the garden and relaxation deck. There is also a valet as well as 24/7 front desk security and an on-site management team. You can take in the breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway and ocean from the heated rooftop pool, where there is also a sauna and steam room. One City Plaza is two blocks from CityPlace, which has many superb dining and shopping options. It is also only five blocks away from Clematis Street, perfect for getting out for a night on the town. These pleasant condos are also a short drive from many shops on PGA. The beach is also a short drive away from One City Place, where you can fulfill all of your tropical paradise needs by snorkeling, fishing, and simply soaking in Floridas envied year-round sunshine.