Delray Beach

Delray Beach Delray Beach is known as South Florida’s “Village by the Sea” because of its friendly, walkable downtown. Just a block off Atlantic Avenue, CODA is within walking distance of the Delray Beach Tennis Center, the Delray Beach Library, Old School Square, shopping, dozens of great restaurants, the intracoastal waterway and the city’s famous beach. Wakodahatchee Wetlands and  Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens should be included in “things to do” in Delray.

.  Real estate in Delray Beach is comprised of historic homes, art-deco style cottages, beachfront estates, golf course villas and townhomes, waterview condos, and single family residences. Home prices range from $150,000 for a two-bedroom apartment to more than $17 million for a magnificent mansion with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.

Delray Beach is a small city on Florida’s southeast coast. The Pineapple Grove Arts District is dotted with public art and galleries. Nearby, Cornell Art Museum displays contemporary works. The lakeside Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens offers tea ceremonies, calligraphy workshops and serene outdoor spaces. Wakodahatchee Wetlands is a park featuring a raised boardwalk with views of birds, turtles and alligators.