The tiny, waterfront village of North Palm Beach has closed their 55-year-old clubhouse to prepare for its demolition. In its place will soon be a $15 million, 40,000 square-foot brand new clubhouse that includes a restaurant, ballroom and small waterpark.
The clubhouse was closed on May 1st and demolition is planned to start sometime next month. Construction will start immediately after, and the new clubhouse will be opened next year. North Palm Beach commissioners designed the new one almost 2 years ago and have met many times since then to critique plans in order to create the perfect community gathering place.
The new clubhouse will be more than 40,000 square-feet with 2 levels, a modern look, and floor-to-ceiling windows for a great view of the pool and Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. There will be two dining areas on the second level- a casual one and a fancy one- both will have shaded terraces overlooking the green property that will have a fresh coat sod. The pool deck is getting a fun splash pad for kids complete with slides and sprinklers.
Folks around North Palm Beach and Singer Island can get excited about this awesome new community center opening next year. There will be plenty to do all in one spot with like-minded neighbors.
In preparation for demolition, current clubhouse items are being auctioned off for super cheap. Browse tables, chairs, fans, and decor here if you're interested.