Located on the gold coast of Florida, Hypoluxo isn’t just an attractive tourist place with quality island time but is also one of those beloved places in Florida where you could spend your time without thinking what’s coming next. The small town in the Palm Beach County has a population of 2668, mostly comprising of White ethnicity. However, the remaining 10 percent of the racial makeup does add to the cultural diversity of the place with its inclusion of African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, and Hispanics. The cool climate of the town and an impressive community living has attracted married couples mostly, reflecting on Hypoluxo’s favorable ambiance for the families.
The town isn’t big, but it’s full of surprises. The affordable housing and coupled with a quality standard of living that’s not too expensive makes Hypoluxo worthy of your investment. If you are a fishing enthusiast or love water sports, Hypoluxo has a lot to offer in the form of luxury boat tours, snorkeling, and underwater diving.
There isn’t a doubt that lower employment rates for a city/town can attract and retain talent, and well, with Hypoluxo's 95.1 percent employment rate, the town has one of the best employment rates in the Florida. A major chunk of the town's occupations revolves around natural resources, construction, and maintenance.
Hypoluxo also offers great health and schooling facilities. With 86 percent of the town’s population being non-smokers and 75 percent of adults having a health insurance, this place is a safe haven for those who want to pursue an active lifestyle.
When it comes to schooling, Hypoluxo has some well-reputed high schools within the vicinity, including Lake Worth Christian School, Quantum Beach High School, Lake Worth High School, and Boynton Beach Community High School. The town also has two very fascinating parks (Hypoluxo Hammock located near the town hall and Hypoluxo Scrub Natural Area) that accommodate 100 indigenous plant species.