Pineapple Park West Palm Beach Real Estate & Homes For Sale

Pineapple Park, for a long time, was a forgotten and unnoticed community near downtown West Palm Beach. Neighboring the well known Flamingo Park and Grandview Heights historic district, Pineapple Park has come into the light around 2015-2016. Consisting of approximately 250 single family homes, the neighborhood was originally a pineapple plantation. Homes tend to be on the smaller side when compared the historical districts nearby. You may hear the terms, “cottage,” “quaint,” or “starter home” used to describe homes in the area.

Located directly west of Flamingo Park and Parker Ave., Pineapple Park is a short bike ride to everything downtown West Palm Beach has to offer or over the bridge to the beaches, shopping & dining of Palm Beach. Residences also enjoy walking to Howard Park, Grandview Market and Elizabeth Station.

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Pineapple Park
Real Estate Trends

With home values on the rise, the smaller and more affordable homes that make up Pineapple Park have become in-demand. Young families and investors are buying and fixing up the long forgotten properties. Bringing these homes back to their former glory coupled with one of the newest attractions to the area, the Warehouse District, has put Pineapple Park back on the map.

2023 Real Estate Statistics (Information obtained from MLS)

Number of Properties Sold: Eight (8) Single-Family Homes
Total Volume Sold: $4,126,400
Median List Price: $534,625
Median Sales Price: $515,800
Sales vs. List Price: 97%
Median Living Sq Ft: 1,122 sq ft (under A/C)
Median Sold Price Per Sq Ft: $477.51per sq ft
Median Days on market: 39 Days

Schools Zoned For Pineapple Park

Elementary School – Palm Beach Public School
Middle School – Conniston Middle School
High School – Forest Hill Community High School