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Which Beloved North Palm Beach Neighbors Have a Legendary Track Record of Helping Children in South Florida?

POSTED ON: AUGUST 25, 2017

Which Beloved North Palm Beach Neighbors Have a Legendary Track Record of Helping Children in South Florida?

Considered by many to be the first family of North Palm Beach, Jack and Barbara Nicklaus' impact on the local community continues to be felt daily. Their charitable donations and developments have helped so many in all of South Florida, including the Nicklaus Children's Hospital. Even now, as the couple celebrate their golden years, the Nicklaus' continue to save and change lives.

The latest example being a partnership between the Nicklaus Companies and the PGA of America to support PGA Reach, the PGA of America's charitable foundation. The partnership includes a $100,000 Jack Nicklaus PGA Hope grant that will help launch five new PGA Hope programs, as well as a $120,000 Nicklaus PGA Works grant. No athlete has raised more money for children's healthcare charities, whether it's through the Memorial Tournament he founded near his hometown in Dublin or the Honda Classic in Palm Beach County, where the Nicklaus' have lived since 1965.

Jack and Barbara continue to reside on the Intracoastal in North Palm Beach's Lost Tree Country Club and are commonly seen in the area enjoying a delectable bite to eat or out on the boat cruising the open water for a big catch.

"I could've gone anywhere. I have been all over the world and I haven't found a place that I would rather be than Palm Beach County," Nicklaus said. "Once you get here and discover what's here, it's pretty hard to leave."

North Palm Beach has continued to grow and provide ample opportunities for the world's elite to make this special area their new home. Just across the Intracoastal from Jack and Barbara's place in Lost Tree, the hottest new development in the area, Water Club North Palm Beach, has opened to rave reviews. Nearing a sellout, Water Club's unique blend of modern, coastal design and ultra-luxe floor plans have grabbed the attention of both domestic and international buyers.

Which Beloved North Palm Beach Neighbors Have a Legendary Track Record of Helping Children in South Florida?

Water Club features two, soon to be three, distinctive towers, offset to create open sight lines to the water and surrounding area. The carefully planned private elevator design allows through-views in both directions from each residence and optimizes security and privacy. Elegant tower residences range from 1,728 to 2,602 square feet; lavish penthouse residences encompass 2,499 to 3,330 square feet.

The gated 22-story towers sit on 400 feet of waterfront and have views overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and Singer Island, including the undeveloped north end. Two, sandy fire pits are along the water, just beyond a lap pool, recreational pool and hot tub. A community room with an electric fireplace, pool table and TVs opens up to a covered, outdoor seating area.

Which Beloved North Palm Beach Neighbors Have a Legendary Track Record of Helping Children in South Florida?

The arrival lobby will take your breath away, and the designer furnished models will leave you speechless. Call 561.799.2837 today to schedule a Private Showing. Prime residences remain available in the first two buildings. Priced from the $900s to over $2 million.