The entrance sign to PGA Commons reads, “Dining, Shopping, Living”, and a little bit of the urban lifestyle can be found at PGA Commons townhomes in Palm Beach Gardens. This European inspired community was created by Channing construction. Paver brick lined streets and lush tropical foliage right outside all the restaurants and shopping gives a feel to Mediterranean city life.
PGA Commons Palm Beach Gardens town houses is known for its restaurants. From Italian Vick & Angeles, Sushi Jo, Menchies Yogurt, Spoto’s Raw Bar, Panera Bread, Mexican eateries, and even Subway all are a short walk from your front door. Festivals and activities are happening all the time. Across the street is Midtown giving way to cultural events, and more dining and shopping experiences.
The subdivision streets of Hickory Lane and Commons Way is separated nicely from the commercial aspect so noise is not an issue. The homes are 1400-1800 square feet with 2 or 3 bedrooms. Lots of coves, vaulted ceilings, upgrades such as granite counters, stainless steel, porcelain tile or marble floors and crown molding will be found throughout. Spacious patios for taking in a garden or lake views make it all the more inviting.
All homes have 1-2 garages doors as well as outdoor parking. Lawn care, roof maintenance, cable, and exterior maintenance are all taken care of by the PGA Commons homeowners association. The PGA National Resort nearby offers outside membership opportunities for those who like to work out, play tennis or golf, or wish to partake in more social activities. Down the street are I95 or the turnpike, and the famous Beaches of Jupiter and Juno.