Boca Raton has recently received the honor of being selected in Livability’s list of ‘2018 Top 100 Best Places To Live’. The website used a variety of techniques to study certain locales and learn how happy and healthy its residents are. “We’re not surprised to see Boca Raton recognized as the cultural powerhouse that it is,” commented Ed Jahn, Senior Vice President of Kolter Urban. “We’re always happy to show off our beautiful Boca Raton.” Among the reasons for Livability’s decision were:

The Shopping

Boca establishes Florida as a modern fashion destination. Shopping venues such as Mizner Park host high-end boutiques such as J.McLaughlin and Tommy Bahama, next to restaurants such as Tanzy and Ouzo Bay. Town Center at Boca Raton is one of the largest shopping destinations in the area and offers high-level stores such as Neiman Marcus and Tiffany’s.

The Weather

Locals enjoy roughly 231 sunny days in Boca Raton every year. The warm weather accentuates the area’s waterfronts and preserves. With beaches like the one at Sugar Sand Park and the dog beach at Spanish River Park, there’s no excuse to not get outside. Make sure to stop by Pondhawk Natural Area to enjoy a trail through scrubland and wetland. Keep an eye out for gopher tortoises, bald eagles, and hawks as you walk the path here.

The Art

The ‘City for All Seasons’ supports all media, as evidenced by its vibrant and involved arts culture. The Boca Raton Museum Art School hosts workshops for everything from photography to making your own film. Art Boca Raton hosts local artists and artists from all over to show off their best works. Artists often set up permanently here, drawn to the avant-garde and creative atmosphere that Boca Raton fosters.

Because of Boca Raton’s investment in the arts and culture scene, daring and experimental styles and ways of life are often debuted here. It’s not unusual to sight someone wearing the latest trends before other fashion houses catch up to them, or eating new cuisines before other chefs start making them. Be at the forefront of a new way of living at Moderne Boca, Boca Raton’s contemporary neighborhood.

Outside view of luxury residences in Boca RatonLocated in the heart of Palm Beach County, is Boca’s newest private residences- Moderne Boca. Its central location makes it minutes away from everything the area has to offer. Moderne Boca is also conveniently located between Fort Lauderdale International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport, making it easy to welcome guests, or travel as you please!

Residences are fully constructed of poured concrete for energy-efficiency, storm readiness and design aesthetics. Himalayan limestone treads on the staircases and 9 ft. aluminum entry doors are just a few of the Game-Changing Features. Private elevators are also available in many of the remaining residences that overlook the Pondhawk Nature Preserve.

Phase I of Moderne Boca has already sold out and the Phase II residences are priced from the $800,000s, from 2,890 sq. feet to 3,443 sq. feet of living area. To take a closer look at this low maintenance, high lifestyle in person, we encourage you to schedule a tour with the Moderne Boca Sales Gallery, located at 4202 N. Military Trail in Boca Raton. Two on-site models by The Decorator’s Unlimited are open daily. To also receive your free digital brochure or learn more, visit ModerneBoca.com or call 561-300-6787.

Boca Raton Ranked Top 100 Best Places To Live

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