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Boca Raton:

Where The Good Life Gets Better

Boca Raton has long been known as one of South Florida’s pre­eminent all-star destinations. Part sun-splashed affluent resort, part successful business community, the city has evolved into an intelligent—and highly sought-after—year-round address. Whether you love the beautiful beaches, warm weather, sophisticated business climate or general tone of tropical elegance, Boca Raton will leave a permanent impression in your heart.

Appealing to both retirees and young families, entrepreneurs and artists, the city still has a small-town feel. You can sense it as you drive through Mizner Park, explore the boardwalk in the tree canopy at Gumbo Limbo nature center, or walk through Sanborn Square downtown.

 Boca Raton's rich history dates from 18th century Spanish galleons to the days of Addison Mizner who built what is now the legendary Boca Raton Resort & Club. It is the city where the fIrst PC was invented and is home to several Fortune 500 companies.

The city is guided by talented local leaders who contribute to the Community’s strong business climate. Among Boca Raton’s prominent corpo­rations are NCCI, Cenetec LLC, Tyco International, Ericsson, Rexall Sundown and Sensormatic. 

Aside from its healthy economic environment, Boca Raton offers unique opportunities for recreation and culture. The grand new home of the Boca Raton Museum of Art contributes to the city’s cultural profile, joining The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, Boca Ballet Theatre Company and The Harid Conservatory. Just a short drive from Boca Raton, you will find the Raymond E. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts to the north and the Broward Center for Performing Arts to the south.

 You can feel the difference that is Boca Raton ... from the closely monitored growth and zoning to the excellent schools to the lush land­scaping. Here, people truly care about the community.

In fact, why think about living anywhere else?

  Source: Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, BOCA RATON ANNUAL 2001-2002                

 

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