Old Palm has hosted several events for the PGA Corridor Association, but never before at the Royalton model in the Grand Estates neighborhood. However, this extraordinary model home recently held a get-together for the association, and it was a huge success. More than 50 association members attended and enjoyed cocktails and hors dâoeuvres, as Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer for the State of Florida, discussed the stateâs current financial health, which he described as thriving. In particular, Atwater mentioned Floridaâs positive AAA Standard & Poors credit rating, significant reductions to the state debt, and the high desirability of Palm Beach Gardens. Atwater attributed much of the economic good news to the impact of South Floridaâs businesses, both large and small. Atwaterâs bullish outlook was well received, as the PGA Corridorâs mission is to promote the area around Palm Beach Gardens as the premier business location in Palm Beach County. How fitting that the event was held at Old Palm, the premier private Club community in the Palm Beaches. The ambiance of the Royalton, a model built by Courchene Development Corporation, made the event especially memorable. And at 6,855 square feet, it easily accommodated the group of attendees. In fact, versatility is one of the homeâs greatest attributes. It features five bedrooms, six full and two half baths, a den, game room, elevator and loft, so it appeals to a variety of homeowners. Itâs ideal for empty nesters that want separate areas for their kids or grandkids when they visit. The design is also perfectly suited for young families that may prefer to have their children on the second floor, separated from the master suite on the first floor. The spacious design also encourages entertaining, so it provided a wonderful setting for the event. Situated on a beautiful half-acre home site on Calla Lily Court, this Royalton overlooks a private water feature. But the model can be built on any home site in the Grand Estates, starting at $2,623,000. See event photos.