Juno Beach, originally called Juno after the ancient Roman goddess, began as a transportation terminal linking south Florida and north Florida, and was created by the dredging of the Intracoastal Waterway, resulting in a barrier island. In 1929, financier E.F. Hutton began construction on the world renowned Seminole Golf Course. When A1A was completed and passed through the town, the first residents built rental cottages for tourists. Juno Beach was finally incorporated in 1953. It was largely undeveloped until the 1950’s, when a developer platted Juno Beach for residential use, dredged a large pond and built a 500’ fishing pier into the Atlantic Ocean. Today the population is around 3500 residents, with Florida Power and Light as a major employer in the area.
Juno Beach is a quaint, predominantly residential, seaside community. Located near many cultural venues, including the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and the Jupiter Theater, nationally known golf courses, tennis courts, county parks upscale shopping and dining, and galleries. Great for fishing, Juno Beach boasts a 500’ fishing pier into the Atlantic Ocean. If you’re walking, jogging, bicycling, sunbathing, or checking out the baby turtles at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, there’s plenty to fill your days and nights.
Whether you are a part-time or permanent resident, there’s a place for everyone in Juno Beach, from fine oceanfront estates, condominiums, perfect sized single family homes, and even business spaces.
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