Stamford @ Royal Palm Beach, FL


                Stamford was built in 1988 by developer Burg Divosta Corporation in the beautiful and tranquil Village Of Royal Palm Beach Florida, erecting 50 buildings with 200 units on 5 acres of land centered with 2 beautiful lakes lined with palm trees, oak trees and a manicured landscape along with a large pool, deck and clubhouse. Each building has 4 units with 1,398 square feet of living space, 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, large kitchen, dining, living room, fenced patio and 2 assigned parking spaces. Stamford is as beautiful today as when it was built in 1988 thanks to the dedication of our Residents, Management Company and Board Members.

                     Royal Palm Beach is a village in southeast Florida, located in Palm Beach County. The population was measured at  37,015  As of July  01, 2014. The community is actually located approximately fifteen miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and is the only land-locked municipality in Palm Beach County with "beach" in its name. 

Royal Palm Beach is known for its many parks and general mission to protect green space, as evidenced by the recent acquisition of 190 acres (0.77 km2) to create a master central park and development of 25 preserved acres into a passive bird watching and nature park. The village offers a variety of activities for the outdoor and sports enthusiast: soccer, basketball, RC racing, tennis, Pop Warner youth football, senior activities, and golf programs are run year round. The public schools within the Village consist of "A" rated elementary and middle schools, however, the high school consistently ranks below average in all areas.

Once a Seminole Tribe hunting ground and incorporated in June 18, 1959, Royal Palm Beach has grown from a mosquito-infested swamp into a thriving village of nearly 25,000 residents.
It was not until the 1950s, when Philadelphia supermarket magnates Sam and Hattie Friedland purchased 65,000 acres (260 km2) for approximately $1.25 million in what is now the Royal Palm Beach village and Acreage areas, that the vast wilderness became destined to be the U.S.A.’s fastest growing community (in its size category) in the 1980s. The Friedlands subsequently sold their land to Miami developer Arthur Desser, founder of Lefcourt Realty Group. About 4,200 acres were earmarked for Desser’s Royal Palm Beach development.

                 Royal Palm Beach has been named Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation since 1990. The entire area within the village limits is designated as a bird sanctuary. In 2008 Royal Palm Beach was chosen 10 best towns for families to live in the United States by Family Circle Magazine.

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