The Old Northwood Historic District is one of the most beautiful and friendly neighborhoods in West Palm Beach. Its distinguished architecture—Mediterranean Revival and Mission style—reflect the historic development era of the mid-1920s made famous by Addison Mizner throughout South Florida. Builders associated with the famed architect carried his vision of design and scale from Palm Beach to the eastern shore of Lake Worth where Old Northwood began. The architects and builders of the 1920s—like John Volk, William King and Henry Harvey—built their homes here and left an indelible mark on Old Northwood. Many of these historic homes have been completely restored in recent decades
From Old Northwood, one can walk east two blocks to the walking and bike path along the intercoastal waterway. One can walk two blocks to one of the toniest restraurant areas in West Palm Beach. Five minutes away, one can board a cruise ship for a day trip to the Bahamas. Residents can reach a major hospital in five minutes. An elementary school age student can attend one of the city’s newest public schools which is situated near the border of Old Northwood. Numerous public and private schools are 10-15 minutes away. And the center of Palm Beach island is only a ten minute drive across the Flagler Bridge.
- Charter School Town Hall Meeting scheduled for Monday, August 11 from
- 6:00-8:00PM at Rybovich in the cafe
- Rybovich in the cafe
- 4200 N Flagler Dr
- West Palm Beach, Florida 33407