Founding Partner Spencer Sax Featured in “Invest: Palm Beach 2021”

"Invest: Palm Beach 2021," which provides an in-depth review of the key issues facing Palm Beach County’s economy, was recently released earlier this year. The report features the exclusive insight of prominent business and political leaders who provide an in-depth look at what makes the region’s economy tick and the challenges that remain.  Our own Founding Partner Spencer Sax is featured as a leading legal voice: “We are bullish on Palm Beach County and its legal sector. We knew baby boomers were going to retire and we knew that was going to be good for the economy, for the real estate market and for the legal market but COVID has really sped that up. The success of our national economy has afforded people the opportunity to buy second homes and it has also accelerated the move of people from out of state to our state. The more people and businesses move to Palm Beach County, the more need there will be for legal services. We were bullish about that trend even before the pandemic.” Want to know more about Palm Beach County? Here are some interesting facts our legal services team in Palm Beach County found: Palm Beach County by the Numbers from Discover the Palm Beaches: Two Downtown Convention Districts, each with 1,000 walkable hotel rooms350,000 sq. ft. of Convention Center space78 degrees average year-round temperature17,000 guest rooms county wide200+ hotel rooms county wideTwo accessible railways, high speed and regional routesThree miles from Palm Beach International Airport to the Palm Beach County Convention Center20 miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport to the Boca Raton CityWide Collection3,200+ restaurants200+ cultural institutionsLargest hotel meeting space: 146,000 sq. ft.160 golf courses15+ resort-style hotels2 James Beard award-winning chefs Palm Beach County Interesting Facts and Figures from Palm Beach County’s Official Government Website: County History A U.S. Army fort built in Jupiter in 1838 is believed to be the first permanent non-Native American settlement in the area. The fort was followed by the first civilian residents who cared for the Jupiter Lighthouse beginning in 1860.In the late 1800s, the Jupiter and Lake Worth Celestial Railroad and Henry...

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