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Old Port Cove

Old Port Cove is a gated waterfront community in North Palm Beach. It is situated on a small peninsula overlooking the Intercoastal Waterway, upscale marinas, MacArthur Beach State Park, and downtown West Palm Beach. Constructed throughout the 70s and early 80s, it is a mix of all-ages, and 55+ condo buildings, with 1,046 units in total. 55+ communities are spread across three 22-story high-rise towers, including the upscale Lake Point Tower. All-ages communities are spread across 3 towers, and a village of twelve 4-story buildings. All buildings feature spacious balconies, pool access, a community restaurant, and over 2 miles of scenic walking trails. See the links below for further lists of amenities. Each building has its own managing association which all operate under Old Port Cove Property Owners Association, Inc.  All associations offer one covered parking space, with guest parking available. Below you'll also find links to individual community's building details, rules, and regulations. Old Port Cove offers luxury boating via Safe Harbor Marina. Boat slips are open to the public, and slip fees are not included in association dues. Residents also have access to I-95, the Florida Turnpike, Palm Beach International Airport, public country club golfing at North Palm Beach Country Club, and a wide variety of upscale shopping and restaurants.


Find Old Port Cove Condos south of PGA Blvd, and east of Federal Highway. Entrance north of the Parker Bridge via Lakeshore Dr. (MAP)

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